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The Birth and Growth of a cartel in the ICT sector in Zimbabwe.

28 December 2017 His Excellency Cde. E.D.Mnangagwa, President of the Republic of Zimbabwe The Birth and Growth of a cartel in the ICT sector in Zimbabwe. Introduction: Mid – December 2014, saw the appointment of Hon. Supa Mandiwanzira as the Minister of Information Communication Technologies, Postal & Courier Services, replacing …

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What Investors Need to Know About Zimbabwe After Mugabe

What Investors Need to Know About Zimbabwe After Mugabe By APPRI MEDIA   After being denounced for years for its dictatorship and destructive economic policies, Zimbabwe entered a new chapter in November 2017, following the military’s removal of president Robert Mugabe, who ruled the country for 37 years. Mugabe’s ouster …

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Mugabe Gets U.S.$10 Million, Full Salary and More

By Elias Mambo Former president Robert Mugabe resigned on Tuesday after being granted full immunity and a U.S.$10 million lump sum payment, full monthly salary, medical cover, security as well as protection of his private properties, the Zimbabwe Independent has heard. His resignation came on the backdrop of negotiations between …

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No holiday for President Mnangagwa

No holiday for President Mnangagwa President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been working throughout the festive season. On New Year’s day yesterday, the President was in his offices at Munhumutapa building. On the 31st of December, he was in Bulawayo for the National Thanksgiving and Dedication Church Service. Today, he was at his …

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Meet the force behind Zimbabwe’s ‘Crocodile’ president

Meet the force behind Zimbabwe’s ‘Crocodile’ president His wife is a beauty queen, his troops unseated Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe. Ed Cropley, Reuters Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa. Picture: Reuters His wife is a beauty queen, his troops unseated Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe, and his motorcade is fit for a president. …

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‘Stop invading farms,’ Zimbabwe government warns illegal settlers

Harare – A Zimbabwean minister has warned illegal settlers against invading dairy farms that were sparred by government during the country’s land reforms programme, says a report. According to the state-owned Herald newspaper, Manicaland Provincial Affairs Minister Owen Ncube said this amid reports that illegal settlers were invading dairy farms in the …

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