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Zimbabwe: Naaz to Hold Level One Course

The National Athletics Association of Zimbabwe will this month hold their first international course for the year after some delays, and changes to their initial plans, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. They are scheduled to have an International Level One course from December 14 to 23 in Harare, targeting 15 …

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Five Key Factors for Increasing Productivity

Agriculture in Zimbabwe contributes 15 to 18 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), with over 70 percent of households dependent on it for their livelihoods (Mhlanga, 2018). It is therefore prudent that farmers be educated on the concept of increasing productivity at farm or household level. This can be …

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Mapeza Impressed By Harare Camp Benefits

FC PLATINUM coach, Norman Mapeza, believes their camp in Harare brought a number of benefits for the team. The Zvishavane miners are set to take on Costa do Sol of Mozambique in a CAF Champions League showdown tomorrow. Mapeza’s men won the first leg in Maputo 2-1. They then set …

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Zim an Attractive Mining Destination

Zimbabwe is deemed to be very attractive among other African countries by mining investors on the back of its geological potential. The country is endowed with vast mineral resources ranging from gold, platinum, diamonds and chrome among others. This falls well into the country’s agenda of achieving a US$12 billion …

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Zifa Approach Administrative Court

The ZIFA board will approach the Administrative Court today to challenge the decision by the Sports and Recreation Commission to suspend their chief executive, Joseph Mamutse. The association’s lawyer, Chenaimoyo Gumiro, said they had given the Sports Commission a 24-hour ultimatum on Tuesday to reverse their decision to suspend Mamutse. …

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