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Zimbabwe: Lifeline for Foreigners in Reserved Sectors – Dr Bimha

By Joseph Madzimure The Zanu PF’s Revised Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment policy gives a lifeline to foreigners who have already invested in the reserved sectors, a preserve for locals, the party’s secretary for Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment has said. Dr Mike Bimha confirmed this in an interview saying there are …

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Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa Okays Live Music Shows

By Paidashe Mandivengerei President Emmerson Mnangagwa has granted local artistes the go ahead to resume live shows but with strict conditions not to entertain more than fifty people in the venues. This comes after Mnangagwa Thursday hosted popular musician Andy Muridzo and Chief Hwenje at the State House where he …

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Zimbabwe: Tobacco Sales Almost U.S.$400 Million On Day 44

By Alois Vinga Tobacco sales reached US$396.4 million on day 44, surpassing levels reached in a similar period last year, Tobacco Industry Marketing Board (TIMB) statistics have revealed. The TIMB update which contains stats compiled up to the 9th of June 2021 shows that farmers at the Auction Floors had …

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Africa: Political Virus Infecting Africa’s Judiciary

Legalbrief (Cape Town) COLUMN By Carmel Rickard In Lesotho, five judicial nominations by the Judicial Service Commission were refused ratification by King Letsie III in September 2020. The government eventually appointed a new JSC headed by a new Chief Justice, but even that has failed to resolve the problem: citing …

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Zimbabwe: ‘My Fashion Is About People and Fun’ – Tocky Vibes

By Faith Katete Zimdancehall chanter Obey Makamure, known as Tocky Vibes, has left tongues wagging because of his latest fashion sense, which some view as weird. Is it a public stunt or like always, a strategy to market forthcoming albums? The “Amai” hitmaker, who recently has caused stir on social …

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