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Spencer Kuzamba Dies

By Collin Matiza and Takudzwa Chitsiga Spencer Kuzamba, a prominent member of Warren Hills, Police Club and Country Club golf clubs, has died. Kuzamba (63), succumbed to lung cancer at Parirenyatwa Hospital on Saturday morning. He had undergone an operation four days earlier, according to his daughter Karren. He is …

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Local authorities lash out at ‘reckless’ Chiwenga

Local authorities have warned Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga against inciting residents to boycott paying rates, saying his recent call for a rates boycott was “reckless and retrogressive”. BY XOLISANI NCUBE Outgoing Harare mayor and president of the Urban Councils’ Association (Ucaz), Bernard Manyenyeni said Chiwenga should concentrate on solving national problems …

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Cabs’ Perspectives On Getting Mortgages

If you are building or buying property, there are several steps that you need to follow to be able to get a mortgage facility. There are also a number of mortgage options depending on your requirements. What you need to know according to CABS as posted on Old Mutual Zimbabwe’s …

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Mugabe slapped with $174 183 default judgment

Former President Robert Mugabe’s family business, Gushungo Holdings has been ordered to pay $174 183 to Seed Potato Co-op for seed supplied in 2015. BY CHARLES LAITON The default judgment was entered on July 2 by Justice Joseph Musakwa after Gushungo Holdings failed to defend the litigation filed by the …

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Mobile Telcos’ Revenue Down 5,8pc

By Enacy Mapakame Zimbabwe’s mobile telcos’ revenue for the first quarter of 2018 decreased by 5,8 percent to $244,7 million compared to $259,711 million recorded in the same period last year as consumers continue to opt for over-the-top (OTT) services that are relatively cheaper. According to figures from regulator, the …

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