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PSL Prepares for Possible August Kick-Off

The Premier Soccer League (PSL) has taken the first step towards the possible August kick-off to the 2020 season after revealing plans to ensure a safe environment for players when the football finally receives the go-ahead from government to resume activities. The new season, which was scheduled to get underway …

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Chimanimani Road Rehab On Course

The government is considering extending the contracts of companies rehabilitating roads and bridges affected by Cyclone Idai last year to include new works following remarkable progress that has been made in the last nine months. Work on almost all projects commissioned last year under the Cyclone Idai recovery project is …

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Zimtrade Establishes Regional Export Clusters

By Panashe Chikonyora National trade development and promotion body, ZimTrade, is working on establishing regional export clusters to facilitate the country’s export potential. This will see the trade body working with Provincial Ministers and business organisations to ensure all stakeholders are taken on board. According to ZimTrade, the move is …

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Why We Should Be Concerned

EDITORIAL Over the past month-and-a-half, the response of the business sector towards combating and containing the worst threat to global health has been exemplary. The business community has made a beeline to State House, provincial Government headquarters or the various health institutions to offer their contribution in kind or in …

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‘New Cotton Hybrid a Game Changer’

By Martin Kadzere Several Zimbabwean cotton farmers have embraced new hybrid seed after recording higher yields compared with traditional pollinated varieties. Last year, The Cotton Company of Zimbabwe (Cottco), introduced the hybrid variety and it has been observed that boll count on hybrid was much better than on the open …

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