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Govt evaluates feasibility of pension payouts

Minister Prisca Mupfumira Pamela Shumba, Senior Reporter GOVERNMENT is in the process of evaluating the feasibility of increasing monthly pension payouts in an effort to improve the welfare of pensioners, Public Service, Labour and Public Service Minister Prisca Mupfumira has said. At the beginning of this month, Government gave the …

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POMP AND FANFARE. . . Kenya Airways makes debut landing in Vic Falls

Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Dr Joram Gumbo (fifth from right) is joined by several dignitaries during the official unveiling of the Kenya Airways in Victoria Falls yesterday Leonard Ncube in Victoria Falls A Kenya Airways plane yesterday landed at the upgraded Victoria Falls International Airport, becoming the second major …

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Zimplats appoints Implats CEO to board

THE country’s largest platinum producer, Zimbabwe Platinum Holdings has appointed its parent company’s CEO — Mr Nicolaas Muller — to its board. Zimplats is 87 percent owned by ASX-listed South African platinum producer, Impala Platinum (Implats).Mr Muller earlier last month took over the CEO post at Implats following the resignation …

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Arda ventures into pecan nut production

THE Agriculture and Rural Development Authority has secured an investor to produce pecan nuts, chairman Mr Basil Nyabadza has said. Pecan nuts are the product of the hickory tree, also known as Carya illinoinensis. The trees are native to central and southern North America, and were food source for Native …

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Zim medical students in Cuba urged to take up specialist training

Professor Jonathan Moyo Auxilia Katongomara in Havana, Cuba ZIMBABWEAN medical students studying here have been encouraged to take up specialist training in their fields of study in order to be relevant and contribute to the county’s health system which is lacking at home. Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technological …

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