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Bopoto to Unveil Fourth Album

South Africa-based gospel musician Ray Bopoto is this Friday scheduled to launch a nine-track album titled “Wandinonamata”. Bopoto — who boasts vocal clarity, deep lyrics and a shifting tapestry of percussion — is launching the album on-air at Radio Zimbabwe studios in Mbare. Popularly known in music circles as “Mr …

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Retooling NYS to Drive Economic Growth

On August 12 Zimbabwe commemorated the gallant sons and daughters who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of the country. Globally, the day is also the International Youth Day and serves as an annual celebration of the role of young women and men as essential partners in change, and also …

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Zim to Get Lithium Dividend

Zimbabwe is primed to draw significant benefits from one of its lithium assets after an independent market report for the country’s brightest lithium project, Arcadia, certified the mineral as premium price category export. Australia Stock Exchange listed Prospect Resources, developer of the Arcadia lithium project near Harare, said it received …

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Industry Minister to Open 5th Customer Service Symposium

Industry and Commerce Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu will headline this year’s Zimbabwe Customer Experience and Service Delivery Symposium, which enters its fifth edition. Appropriately themed “Towards Vision2030: Building Customer and Citizen Centric Service Delivery”, the event is expected to bring together the public and private sectors, highlighting the significance of positive …

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Businesses to Capitalise On Re-Engagement

Zimbabwean businesses should ride on comparative advantage and capitalise on the renewed international relations under President Mnangagwa’s dispensation to boost production and exports. Zimbabwe’s Ambassador to Botswana, Batiraishe Henry Mukonoweshuro, said this in an interview in Gaborone recently where he held brief engagements with local companies that participated at the …

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Zesa Scales Down Load-Shedding

Zesa Holdings has downgraded load-shedding from Stage Two to Stage One after it started receiving 400MW from Eskom of South Africa last Thursday, an official has said. Zesa will now cut off power during the morning and evening peak hours. The peak hours are 5am to 10am and 5pm to …

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Churches Get 60-Day Ultimatum

Harare City Council, which is owed more than $925 million in unpaid rates and rentals, has ordered churches occupying council land to pay up within 60 days or risk getting their leases terminated. In a recent statement, the local authority urged churches occupying council land to clear all pending arrears …

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Chasi Breaks New Ground in Parastatal Board Appointments

ENERGY Minister Fortune Chasi has become the first member of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s executive to make an open call for members of the public and professionals to submit their CVs for possible appointment to boards of State entities as he seeks to rid the country’s energy sector of mismanagement, nepotism …

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Darkest Hour Is Before Dawn – Mnangagwa

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has promised Zimbabweans a better tomorrow as long as they tough it out to see his austerity measures bear fruit. Mnangagwa told thousands gathered for Defence Forces Day celebrations in Harare, Tuesday that while he understands the pain that citizens are going through, his austerity measures have …

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Chinese Official Hails Mnangagwa’s Practical Skills

By Blessings Chidakwa and Nesia Mhaka President Mnangagwa’s practical leadership, together with the citizens’ hard work, will see the country overcoming its economic challenges to become a regional powerhouse within the next three years. Vice chairman of the General Chamber of Commerce of Overseas Chinese in Zimbabwe, Colonel Tang Zheng …

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