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Zimbabwe: Zim Stars in Exclusive Club

By Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor WHEN Chris Woods produced a first-half blitz to power Burnley to a crushing victory over Wolves on Sunday, it brought New Zealand into an exclusive club of nations. The countries whose players have scored, at least a hat-trick, in the English Premiership. Only 46 …

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Zimbabwe: Life-Changing Skills for Inmates

Hurungwe Farm Prison is training convicts on basic skills so they can be self-employed and self-supporting when they are released. Skills include carpentry, piggery, sewing, tree planting , gardening, fishing, and farming among others. Speaking during a media tour at Hurungwe Farm Prison on Friday, Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Service …

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Zimbabwe: Marula Value Addition in Rutenga Kicks Off

By George Maponga Masvingo Bureau Two companies have acquired nearly 20 000 square metres of land at Rutenga growth point for the construction of two marula processing plants, which have potential to create hundreds of jobs for locals. The projects, which are being championed by the Ministry of Higher and …

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Zimbabwe: Zna Officer Mayoyo Dies

Zimbabwe National Army senior officer Colonel Christopher Rufu Mayoyo, whose Chimurenga name was Charles Muchadura, has died. Col Mayoyo passed away last Friday at his Jatala Estates farm in Triangle. He was 63. In a statement yesterday, ZNA director Public Relations, Colonel Alphios Makotore said the army was saddened to …

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Zimbabwe: Jere Case Continues in May

By Nyore Madzianike Senior Court Reporter ZESA Holdings is generating revenue from smart meters supplied by businessman Farai Jere’s company, Helcraw Electrical, which the State alleges were faulty, the power utility company’s former northern region general manager Engineer Raphael Katsande said in court yesterday . Eng Katsande said he had …

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