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Zimbabwe: Zifa Set to Acquire New Offices

ZIFA are set to acquire new headquarters, soon after receiving a FIFA forward grant for the project. The association will also acquire offices for their Central and Eastern region. The national association have an option to either buy property where they can have their headquarters, or secure land and build …

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Zimbabwe: Biti Falls On His Own Sword

Tendai Biti was a legislator (among others) who partnered with foreign governments to collectively punish innocent Zimbabweans by inviting sanctions, in an attempt to coerce people to vote for his party. He also conspired to influence and shape Zimbabwean laws in a manner that facilitates regime change for his Western …

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Zimbabwe: ‘Cabinet Approved Council/Augur Venture’

By Nyore Madzianike Senior Court Reporter A joint venture agreement between a land development company, Augur Investments and City of Harare for the construction of middle income houses in Harare and construction of the Airport Road was done above board with approval from Cabinet, the court heard yesterday. The process …

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Zimbabwe: Gowero Steps Down As Delta Corporation CEO

By Alois Vinga Listed beverages manufacturer, Delta Corporation’s chief executive Pearson Gowero has stepped down on retirement after spending over two decades with the group. The veteran administrator was appointed as the CEO in June 2012, having joined the Group in March 1997. He started at Chibuku Breweries in marketing …

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Zimbabwe: Man Kills Wife in Row Over Kids’ Cool Drink

By James Muonwa THE residents of Chinhoyi have expressed shock over the cold-blooded murder of a woman by her husband in a row over the couple’s cool drink. The suspect identified as Nelson Nhunge allegedly killed his wife Faith Mhlanga (36) following a quarrel over a soft drink meant for …

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Zimbabwe: Adopt Climate Change Curricula for Schools, Govt Urged

By Donald Nyarota A local civic organisation has urged Government to adopt a climate change curricula from primary to tertiary education as a way of raising awareness and mainstreaming youth participation in adaptation strategies. Presenting a Policy Brief to the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Environment, Tourism and Hospitality, Green Governance …

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Zimbabwe: Bread Prices Go Up

By Oliver Kazunga Bulawayo Bureau THE price of a standard loaf of bread has risen by 6,8 percent to $94 and the bakers have blamed the increase on the recent upward review of utility charges and the price of fuel. A snap survey carried out by Business Chronicle indicated that …

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