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Makomo wins claims dispute

Ishemunyoro Chingwere Business Reporter The Mining Affairs Board has finally settled the acrimonious coal claims dispute between Makomo Resources and Zambezi Gas, delivering a ruling in favour of the former as the rightful owners of the coal infested land. Zambezi Gas had on September 19, 2018, written to the Mining …

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Bottas wins Aussie GP

Valtteri Bottas crushed the competition to win the Australian Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari struggled at the world Formula One 2019 season-opener yesterday. The Finn took the lead at the start from Hamilton, who made a slow getaway from pole position, and even took the new bonus point …

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Late penalty saves Reds

Liverpool returned to the top of the Premier League but needed James Milner’s late penalty to avoid dropping points at Fulham to win the match 1-2 yesterday. Leading through Sadio Mane’s 11th goal in as many games in all competitions, the visitors failed to put a limited Fulham side away, …

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Sand abstraction can boost Zim’s irrigation potential

Sifelani Tsiko Correspondent Most of the country’s low rainfall areas are prone to seasonal droughts resulting in acute water supply problems for both humans and animals. In these dry and arid parts, people and animals are forced to travel long distances in search of water. Agriculture in most areas in …

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Handball teams off to Zambia

DESPITE some hiccups in their efforts to field the national teams at the African Games qualifiers starting tomorrow in Lusaka, Zambia, the Zimbabwe Handball Federation have revealed they are back on track and will be competing at the event. Their teams got into camp early last week with the women’s …

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