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Zimbabwe: Govt Keen to Localise Construction of Key Infrastructure Projects

Local construction companies and developers must bid for capital projects as Government has no intention of awarding tenders particularly on road rehabilitation, to foreign developers. Speaking at a South Africa-Zambia and Zimbabwe Infrastructure Summit and Expo which started on Wednesday here, Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Joel Biggie Matiza yesterday …

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Zimbabwe: CAF Open Window, Send Inspector

THE Warriors’ chances of hosting the Desert Foxes in Zimbabwe were boosted yesterday when the Confederation of African Football confirmed they will send an official to inspect both the National Sports Stadium and Barbourfields next week. CAF have also slammed ZIFA with a US$4 000 penalty, for late notification of …

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Zimbabwe: Getbucks Appoints Two Non-Executive Director

Zimbabwe Stock Exchange listed microfinance institution, GetBucks Microfinance Bank Limited has appointed two new non-executive directors, Ruvimbo Matsika and Joseph Machiva. The appointments took effect from February 12, 2020. Matsika and Machiva took positions assumed by George Manyere and Godwin Nyengedza who had resigned from the board effective December 31, …

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Zimbabwe: MDC-A Defends Grace Over Multiple Farm

MDC — Alliance legislators yesterday defended former First Lady Grace Mugabe’s ownership of multiple farms and quashed calls by Norton legislator Mr Temba Mliswa to repossess them. The incident occurred in the National Assembly during the weekly question-and-answer session. Mr Mliswa said it was on record that the former First …

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Zimbabwe: Round-the-Clock Work in NSS Facelift

WORKMEN at the National Sports Stadium are targeting to complete the first phase of renovations in the next 10 to 14 days as Government and football stakeholders rally to upgrade the facility to meet CAF requirements. Sports Commission director-general, Prince Mupazviriho, yesterday told The Herald contractors who have been employed …

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Zimbabwe: Mliswa, Sikhala Quarrel Over Grace Mugabe

NORTON MP Temba Mliswa and MDC MP for Zengeza West Job Sikhala were Wednesday involved in short exchanges after the latter had interjected in defence of former First Lady Grace Mugabe’s multiple farms. The bust-up started when Mliswa, through a question to leader of the house, Ziyambi Ziyambi demanded the …

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Zimbabwe: MDC Gags Mwonzora, Issues Senator With Final Warning

Embattled MDC deputy secretary for international relations Douglas Mwonzora was Tuesday ordered to stop commenting on party business through the media and was further given a final warning by party secretary general Charlton Hwende. “We note with concern that you continue to discuss party business in the media notwithstanding the …

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Zimbabwe: Investment in Young People a Priority – Minister

Zimbabwe yesterday joined the rest of the world in commemorating the International Children’s Day of Broadcasting, a global event celebrated annually on March 1. Children have been allowed to be part of the programming, to talk about their hopes and dreams and share information with their peers. As has become …

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Zimbabwe: Illegal Structures Resurface in Harare

Illegal businesses on roadsides and at shopping centres in Harare, which were demolished by council in January, have resurfaced. City of Harare destroyed illegal structures in Westlea, Dzivaresekwa, Waterfalls, at Zindoga Shopping Centre, Mbudzi roundabout area, Sunningdale and Mbare, as part of an exercise to clean the city. Municipal police, …

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