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Cattle Rewards for Telecel Mobile Subscribers

By Marcus Mushonga TELECEL Zimbabwe customers stand a chance to win livestock, electronic equipment, airtime and cash through a point-based competition the mobile operator has announced. Known as the Bundle Mania Promotion, it will be launched on Thursday for registered subscribers who purchase WhatsApp, Facebook, MegaBoost and Wi-Fi bundles. It …

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Victoria Falls Bridge Tolling Takes Effect

Emerged Railways Properties Pvt Ltd says it has started collecting toll fees at the Victoria Falls-Zambia Bridge as part of measures to ensure that the bridge sustains itself. Toll fee collection began last month with haulage trucks paying $30, buses $7, minibuses $5 and heavy vehicles $10. ERP joint company …

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Harare Bans Kombis From CBD

By Yeukai Karengezeka Harare City Council has banned commuter omnibuses from the central business district (CBD) and is ordering them to operate from new ranks with effect from Wednesday. In a statement yesterday, Harare City Council corporate communications manager Mr Michael Chideme said the new development will be implemented tomorrow. …

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Zimra Implements New Strategies

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has started working on new strategies to plug corruption and speed up the movement of cargo through the country’s ports of entry, an official has said. Speaking to journalists during a familiarisation tour of Beitbridge Border Post yesterday, the new Zimra Commissioner-General, Ms Faith Mazani, …

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PPC Cement Appoints New CEO

Leading cement manufacturer, PPC Limited has with immediate effect appointed former Managing Director of their South African plant, Johan Claasen as the substantive Chief Executive Officer, with the company already upbeat about his successes since his elevation on an interim basis in July last year. Group Chairperson Peter Nelson said …

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Potraz Cracks Whip On NetOne

By Africa Moyo The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) has directed NetOne to compensate all subscribers who lost airtime on the Onefusion package over the weekend due to a faulty billing system. Further, Potraz has demanded a database which indicates the total number of affected subscribers, their …

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Magunje University Construction Gathers Pace

Construction of a Science and Technology University at Magunje Growth Point in Mashonaland West Province, has gathered pace. Mash West Province is set to have a second university following the allocation of land to Magunje legislator Dr Godfrey Gandawa by Hurungwe Rural District Council for the purpose of establishing a …

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Foreign Investors Told to Avoid Zim Politics

Foreign companies intending to invest in Zimbabwe must avoid political engagements or commentary as State security agents “will employ heavy-handed methods on them”, an international business company has said. A number of foreign investors have visited Zimbabwe with the intention of seeking new opportunities following Emmerson Mnangagwa takeover as president …

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Everybody Wants a Share of the Cake

President Mnangagwa’s stance on downsizing large farms to accommodate other land seekers should be applauded. The need to equitably distribute farming land in Zimbabwe is still a cause for concern as some blacks are still marginalised, while others have had more than their fair share of the national cake with …

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