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Cyclone Damages Fuel Control Room in Beira

Cyclone Idai, which has left a trail of destruction in Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Malawi, damaged the Companhiado De Pipeline Mozambique-Zimbabwe (CPMZ) control room at Beira in Mozambique last week, affecting the pumping of fuel and natural gas to Feruka Oil Refinery in Mutare. Mozambique’s CPMZ controls the pipeline from Beira …

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VP Mohadi challenges DTZ board

Herald Reporter Vice President Kembo Mohadi has said management of Development Trust of Zimbabwe (DTZ) entities needs to be enhanced to increase financial returns. VP Mohadi said joint venture agreements between DTZ and other partners should also be reviewed to ensure that it was in total control of the ventures. …

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RBZ Boss’ Case Deferred

Suspended Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Financial Intelligence Unit director Mirirai Chiremba’s application for refusal of further remand was yesterday rolled over to Thursday after his lawyer, Mr Addington Chinake, said the State was not ready to respond. Chiremba is facing charges of criminal abuse of duty and is on …

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217 People Still Missing in Chipinge, Chimanimani

As the country battles to come to terms with the devastating effects of cyclone Idai which has to date claimed 98 lives, government has announced that over 200 people are still missing since Friday night when floods hit Manicaland districts of Chimanimani and Chipinge. In a statement on Twitter yesterday, …

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2019 tobacco auctions start today

Elita Chikwati Senior Reporter The 2019 tobacco marketing starts today with farmers upbeat about a fruitful and organised season. Sales will start at the auction floors while the contract sale floors will open tomorrow. Expectations are that the crop will be of high quality, although the volumes may not reach …

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