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The Bhundu Boys, Hupenyu Hwangu, live 1987

The Bhundu Boys, Hupenyu Hwangu, live 1987 Jinxed: the curse of the Bhundu boys The Zimbabwean group first flew into Britain 20 years ago, and became stars overnight, world music pioneers who supported Madonna. But their fall was equally dizzying – as tragedy wiped out the band. Founder and survivor …

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Key to Zimbabwe’s Economic Renaissance

WATER is to the 21st Century what oil was to the 20th Century: the commodity that determines the wealth and stability of nations. When President Robert Mugabe first became President of Zimbabwe, he launched an ambitious development programme of the nation’s water supply and sanitation infrastructure. By 2000, the levels …

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We will not listen to what the people say – Mnangagwa

ZANU PF Presidential hopeful and current Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Emmerson Mnangagwa says that the ruling party executive will not be bound to take into consideration any of the inputs into the Electoral Act Amendment Bill. Speaking in parliament on Thursday, Mnngagwa said that while he appreciated …

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Cambria Africa Loss Widens, Hit By Weakness Of Zimbabwe Economy

LONDON (Alliance News) – Cambria Africa PLC, the investment company focused on southern Africa, Friday reported a wider loss for the first half of its financial year as its Millchem Holdings chemicals distribution unit was hit by tough conditions in Zimbabwe and start-up costs elsewhere. The company is selling off …

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Implats Zimbabwe unit plans $100m base-metals refinery

ARARE — The Zimbabwean unit of the world’s second-biggest platinum producer, Impala Platinum (Implats), will upgrade its smelter into a base-metals refinery for $100m in the next two years, an online news agency quoted a senior Zimplats official as saying on Friday. The southern African country has the world’s second-largest …

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