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Chevrons Primed for Pakistan Tour

THE Zimbabwe senior men’s cricket team say they have left no stone unturned in their preparations for the upcoming tour of Pakistan. The Chevrons, who embarked in a bio-bubble training camp last week, are set to depart for Pakistan today for a series that includes three One Day Internationals and …

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Lone Warrior Fights for Recognition

TERRENCE Dzvukamanja is fancying his chances of winning his first top individual accolade after he was nominated in this year’s South Africa Premier Soccer League 2020 Awards. The attacking midfielder, who recently joined giants Orlando Pirates, will be the only Zimbabwean vying for an individual end-of-year prize on a shortlist …

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Zimasco to Protect Workers

The Zimbabwe Mining and Smelting Company (ZIMASCO) , says it has instituted measures to protect its workforce from the novel coronavirus ahead of the re-opening of its chrome smelting plant in Kwekwe, the Midlands province. The company, which has 450 full-time employees and 500 contract workers, halted production in April …

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Cosafa Endorse Ahmad Candidature

COSAFA member countries have agreed to endorse the candidature of incumbent CAF president, Ahmad Ahmad, in the upcoming elections. The CAF presidential elections are scheduled for March 12 next year in Rabat, Morocco. And COSAFA last week resolved to endorse Ahmad’s candidature in a meeting by member states held virtually. …

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Hospitals Facelift Gets $3,3bn

A total of $3,3 billion has been budgeted for upgrading and maintaining all hospitals and clinics countrywide, Local Government and Public Works Minister July Moyo has said. Local authorities manage about 1 500 of the 1 700 clinics countrywide. These clinics can also benefit from the $2,9 billion being disbursed …

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