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Teachers’ Salaries a National Scandal – Chamisa

MDC President Nelson Chamisa has described as a national scandal, salaries that teachers in government schools are earning and demanded that the government must restore their dignity. The opposition leader said this at the weekend while addressing delegates attending the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) 4th national congress at …

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Gweru miner, farmer maximises water usage

BY Stephen Chadenga A GWERU gold miner has combined mining with agriculture in a bid to maximise production in the two sectors. Speaking last Friday during a tour of the gold mine and farming projects, CMN Mines managing director, Advance Chauke said he uses water pumped from mine shafts for …

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Zim records spike in fish sales

BY MTHANDAZO NYONI ZIMBABWE’S fish export volumes increased by 37% to 2 318 tonnes between January and September 2019, driven by fresh water frozen fish and frozen tilapia, according to a Livestock and Meat Advisory Council (Lmac) report. In value, the exports increased by 12% to US$4,9 million compared to …

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Govt uncommitted to ‘Zim open for business’ pledge

editorial comment IF there is anything that President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s two year-old government has managed to do and pass with flying colours, it has been its complete disregard to set rules of engagement specifically concerning its commitment to opening up the country for business. As we speak, the cookie is …

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Looming drought a test case of human preparedness

guest column:Peter Makwanya THE news currently filtering in from recent meteorological surveys indicate a looming drought in southern Africa due to a number of reasons. News indicating an imminent drought in southern Africa, with Zimbabwe being the hardest hit, have sent shivers and shock waves down the spines of the …

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