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Telecoms Sector Posts 9,2 Pc Profit

By Kudakwashe Mhundwa and Princess Ncube, Business Reporters Zimbabwe’s postal and telecommunications sector registered a 9,2 percent revenue growth in the third quarter to September, 2018 on the back on increased usage of data and internet. In its Postal Telecommunication Sector Performance report for the third quarter, the Postal and …

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Morgan Heritage Arrives

By Lemuel Chekai Grammy award-winning Jamaican group, Morgan Heritage has landed in the country ahead of their show at Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) tomorrow. Morgan Heritage made up of Peter Morgan, Roy Morgan and Memmalatel Morgan will be performing for the second time in Zimbabwe as part of “Africa …

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Minister Sucked Into US$33m Shady Deal

By Andrew Kunambura TRANSPORT and Infrastructural Development minister Joel Biggie Matiza is entangled in a multi-million dollar Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (Caaz) scandal after he reportedly authorised a €28 million (US$33,3 million) deal for Spanish company Indra Sistemas (Indra) without going to tender. The contract, which Matiza awarded to …

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Motlanthe Inquiry Findings – There Is No Justice

By Brezhnev Malaba READING the report of the Motlanthe commission of inquiry into the August 1 post-election violence, I had the distinct impression that the document was badly structured, devoid of a flowing narrative, rendering it, in effect, a hodge-podge of political mumbo-jumbo cobbled up by a glorified panel which …

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Morgan Heritage Promises Explosive Gig

By Kundai Marunya International reggae band Morgan Heritage has promised to dose local fans with great music and fun at their second Harare show this weekend. Dubbed the “Second Coming”, the show is the second in Harare for both the award-winning Jamaican band and reggae crooner Lutan Fyah. Morgan Heritage …

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Govt Concerned Over Low Uptake of HIV Testing Among Youths

By Costa Nkomo Government has expressed concern over the low uptake of HIV testing and counselling services by young people and students despite being the most affected constituency. Addressing the 9th National Students conference organised by the Students and Youth Working on Reproductive Health Action Team (SAYWHAT) in Harare on …

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Family Plans Tsvangirai Memorial, Informs ED Government

By Makanaka Masenyama THE family of the late MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai has announced plans to hold his memorial service February 14 next year, which would mark an exact full year since his death. Family spokesperson Manase Tsvangirai said at the former Prime Minister’s residence in Harare’s Strathaven suburb that …

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Australian Man in Fraud Storm

An Australian man has been arrested on allegations of fraudulently acquiring Zimbabwean national identity documents and a passport to secure his stay in the country. Aaron William Young (45) was arrested at his house in Harare last week by officers from the Department of Immigration and the Zimbabwe Republic Police …

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Grace Mugabe Arrest Warrant Triggers Diplomatic Conflict

By Marcus Mushonga in Harare, Zimbabwe Harare — A DIPLOMATIC collision appears on the cards after Zimbabwe insisted it would not extradite former first lady, Grace Mugabe, to answer to assault charges in neighbouring South Africa. This would be in defiance of an arrest warrant issued by the South African …

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