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Local Minerals Defy Covid-19, Earn U.S.$2 Billion

Zimbabwe earned close to US$2 billion from mineral exports in the first nine months of the year, a figure 24 percent above set target, according to official records. The haul is for minerals whose marketing falls under the ambit of the Minerals Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe (MMCZ) and excludes gold …

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Six Harare Land Barons Arrested

Six land barons have been arrested in Harare under an operation being conducted across the country to curb illegal selling of housing stands. The six are: Revai Desha (42), Naboth Munyengera (47), Sophia Chiswede (44), Rosemary Mhaka, Tranos Muzambi (49) and Philbert Madziya (48). Some of them have already appeared …

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Zacc Engages Churches

The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) has urged churches to encourage congregants to blow the whistle on any suspected cases of corruption and put pressure on issues pertaining to improved accountability and transparency in public institutions. This was said by ZACC chairperson Justice Loice Matanda-Moyo while addressing the implementation of the …

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Unpacking Professor Stephen Chan’s Interview With Bernard

There are no imaginative skills on how to move the country forward internally and externally, be it economic and political in both the ruling party and the opposition of Nelson Chamisa. In 2018, Mnangagwa appointed a technocrat Mthuli Ncube to be Finance Minister to boost the new dispensation’s image internationally, …

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