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Tsvangirai divides CODE

By Fungi Kwaramba and Tendai Kamhungira Some small opposition parties, including former Vice President Joice Mujuru’s National People’s Party (NPP), are not yet ready to endorse MDC president Morgan Tsvangirai as the leader of the country’s mooted opposition alliance ahead of next year’s much-anticipated national elections. Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai This …

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15 000+ squatters grab farmland in Midlands province

THE Midlands province has more than 15 000 illegally resettled people who occupied farms without the approval of the Ministry of Lands and Rural Resettlement, a provincial lands official has said. Provincial lands officer, Kudzai Katiyo, said the families were supposed to vacate the farms with some of them having …

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ZSE turnover nearly doubles as foreigners dominate trades

HARARE, March 25  (The Source) – The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) market turnover increased remarkably by 94 percent in the week to $11,8 million driven by high turnover in telecomms firm, Econet. On Friday, Econet shares worth $7,95 million shares exchanged hands while foreigners sold shares worth $7,8 million and …

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Scott Gray Takes Over From Jaws Murambiwa

ZIMBABWE born former Scotland rugby captain Scott Gray has been appointed as the national Under-18 team coach ahead of this year’s Coca-Cola Craven Week at St Stithians College in Johannesburg, South Africa in July. Gray, a flanker during his playing days is now a coach at a private school in …

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