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Zimbabwe: Mines, Banks in Crunch Talks Over U.S. Sanctions

By Fidelity Mhlanga Zimbabwe’s mines said on Friday they had kicked-off crunch meetings with banks, government and the Minerals Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe (MMCZ) to find a solution after operators reported that their funds had been withheld in MMCZ’s foreign accounts by the United States government. The country’s mines export …

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Zimbabwe: Senators Welcome New Toilet System

By Columbus Mabika Pursuant to the aspirations of embracing technology towards disposal of human waste in communities that do not have proper sewage systems, Government has adopted the Eaziflush waste management system. The technology was developed by an indigenous company, Santinton Consortium, and uses at least two litres of water …

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Zimbabwe/South Africa: Can Baxter Revive Billiat?

By Grace Chingoma IN his five-year-stint at Mamelodi Sundowns, Khama Billiat worked under one coach — and he flourished. However, that stability has been lacking at Kaizer Chiefs, where he has already changed coaches three times, in a period of two years. The big question is will the Zimbabwe international …

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Zimbabwe: People Living With Disabilities Hail New Policy

By Farirai Machivenyika The launch of the National Disability Policy by President Mnangagwa this week has been hailed as a historic development in addressing the rights and welfare of persons living with disabilities. The President launched the NDP jointly with the Labour Migration Policy at the Harare International Conference Centre. …

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Zimbabwe: Small-Scale Farmers Decry Limited Access to Markets

By Enacy Mapakame Chibuwe in Chipinge Rural District Council Ward 20 is a village, about 400 km south east of the capital city of Harare. The village is in ecological region four and relies on small holder agriculture with crops such as grains, cotton, sugar beans, ground nuts, paprika and …

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