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Boost for COVID-19 Fight

By Thupeyo Muleya The Shipping and Forwarding Agents Association of Zimbabwe (SFAAZ) has started offering free services to those importing equipment for use in the fight against Covid-19. SFAAZ board member Ms Catherine Hlanguyo said last week that they will offer the facility until end of this week. She made …

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One Year Later, It’s Still Painful

By Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor THEY flattered their fans in Nigeria, giving them a reason to believe, before deceiving them in Egypt as they produced their worst AFCON finals campaign. Today, June 1 2020, marks exactly a year to the month when the sequence of those events unfolded. And, …

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Cost Containment to Sustain Dairibord

By Enacy Mapakame Business Reporter While demand for goods and services continue to decline due to waning disposable incomes, cost containment measures coupled with price adjustment is expected to sustain dairy processor, Dairibord going forward, analysts have said. For the current financial year (FY20), revenue is seen jumping 168 percent …

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Govt Partners Private Sector On Pfumvudza

GOVERNMENT has collaborated with the Foundations for Farming and other stakeholders in capacitating extension workers on the Pfumvudza concept ahead of the 2020-2021 summer cropping season. The extension officers will be capacitated to enable them to educate, track and monitor the Pfumvudza concept, which is aimed at climate-proofing agriculture by …

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New Policy Shuts Out Land Barons

By Lovemore Chikova Assistant Editor Land barons have now been cut out of Harare’s housing programme, with council determined to allocate serviced land only, preventing anyone from seizing unserviced land and seeking later regularisation. Once the new Human Settlements Policy is approved by the appropriate organs within council, the city …

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