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Envoys Upbeat On Free, Fair Elections

By The Herald Fidelis Munyoro and Nyemudzai Kakore THE United States of America is happy with progress made by the new administration in electoral law reforms and is looking forward to cementing its relations with Zimbabwe, USA charge d’ affairs to Zimbabwe Mrs Jenifer Savage said yesterday. Addressing the media …

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Padenga on course to meet targets

Crocodile skin producer, Padenga Holdings Limited’s harvest year to date has amounted to 7 493 skins as the firm remains upbeat of meeting its targeted volumes and quality for the export market. The group targets 46 000 skins for this current financial year with an average belly width of 34, …

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ZEC Sets Up Inspection Centres

By The Herald Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission has established inspection and temporary registration centres for the inspection of the voters roll countrywide. The inspection and registration will run for 10 days beginning this Saturday. ZEC released a statement yesterday of the list of the inspection and …

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Why do pointless jobs exist?

These nuggets are strewn through David Graeber’s Pointless Jobs (Not real name), a provocative, funny and engaging book that claims the world has been engulfed by a rising tide of pointless work. This is a curious charge to hear at a time of rising anxiety about keeping one’s job safe …

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Benchmarking critical for firms’ success: OPC

Zimbabwean public and private sector companies and organisations should focus on benchmarking as a strategy to achieve internationally-recognised successes. Benchmarking is a process of measuring the performance of a company’s products, services, or processes against those of another business considered to be the best in the industry. Senior principal director …

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