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#Zimbabwe prints more bond coins

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says bond coins valued at $9 million have since been collected for distribution by various banks to date, representing a 90 percent uptake for the special money. RBZ introduced the bond coins in December last year to provide smaller denominations for the multi-currency regime …

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Jabu Sibanda insists on meeting President

UNDER-SIEGE war veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda yesterday remained defiant, insisting he wanted to meet President Robert Mugabe over Zanu PF party issues and dismissed as “nonsensical” reports that he had planned a march to State House today. Following ringing endorsements from war veterans in Midlands and Bulawayo, Sibanda said he …

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10 Questions For Carl Joshua Ncube

1. How would you describe what you do for a living?I am a stand up comedian, graphic designer, web developer, celebrity chef, social media expert, motivational speaker, animator, producer/director for a living2. What is your most vivid childhood memory?My parents divorce I guess because there was a lot of back …

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Biti and friends recalled from Parliament

Zimbabwe’s main opposition Movement for Democratic Change (M.D.C) on Thursday recalled from parliament 18 lawmakers who defected from the party at the beginning of the year.“The MDC has today recalled fifteen House of Zimbabwe’s opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) on Thursday asked parliament to expel 18 rebel MPs on …

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Key to Zimbabwe’s Economic Renaissance

WATER is to the 21st Century what oil was to the 20th Century: the commodity that determines the wealth and stability of nations. When President Robert Mugabe first became President of Zimbabwe, he launched an ambitious development programme of the nation’s water supply and sanitation infrastructure. By 2000, the levels …

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