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Chisora brands self ‘Money Man’

Zimbabwe-born boxer Dereck Chisora has branded himself as the “Money Man” and is confident he can agree a British heavyweight rematch with Dillian Whyte this week. The British rivals are expected to resume negotiations this week over a second fight on December 22, although Luis Ortiz has also put himself …

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Chinese firm gets iron ore mining rights

Golden Sibanda in Bulawayo GOVERNMENT has granted Chinese stainless steel giant Tsingshan a special grant to iron ore mining rights in an area around Chivhu, Mashonaland East Province, to enable the company to set up a stainless steel manufacturing plant, Mines and Mining Development Minister Winston Chitando said. The development …

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Harrison demands winning spirit

HARARE CITY coach Mark Harrison has warned his charges to apply themselves cautiously if they are to pick the maximum points against a free-scoring Black Rhinos in their rescheduled Premiership tie at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow. The encounter had initially been pencilled for mid-August at the same venue, but …

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Denver resurfaces, not guaranteed derby place

Tadious Manyepo Sports Reporter DYNAMOS midfielder Denver Mukamba has resurfaced at the Glamour Boys, almost a week after he went AWOL but coach Lloyd Chigowe was yesterday not immediately guaranteeing that his truant star would feature in the famous Premiership derby against CAPS United at Rufaro on Sunday. Mukamba failed …

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Outrage as fertiliser prices spike

Mike Tome  Herald Reporter The 2018 /19 agricultural season is looking bleak as prices of fertiliser have drastically shot up beyond the reach of many, farmer organisations warned yesterday.  The farmers have not been spared from the current wave of price hikes and would suffer the brunt of the ongoing adverse …

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