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Boxing Board, Musonda Fallout Turns Nasty

The Zimbabwe National Boxing Control Board have responded to the $100 000 lawsuit by promoter Clyde Musonda of Delta Force Boxing Academy labelling him “a foreign criminal.” They question Musonda’s loyalty (whom they said is a Malawian national, but has Zimbabwean residence) after he assisted a Malawian boxer (Wilson Masamba) …

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Good News for Zim Economy

By Happiness Zengeni Gold, nickel, copper and zinc are seen as major sources of value for investors in Africa and the world in the medium to long term. This should be good news to Zimbabwe’s resource-based economy whose future growth is underpinned by mining, agriculture, tourism and policy stability. Zimbabwe …

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Fishing Nets Cost Harare $2 Million

By Innocent Ruwende Fishing nets blocking Harare’s main water source, Lake Chivero’s intake chambers, are set to cost the city $2 million through another complete shut-down of Morton Jaffray. Harare Mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni said although the city had managed to remove nets at two intake points and resumed pumping …

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Zimbabwe Blasted in Afghanistan

A serious batting collapse saw Zimbabwe going down to Afghanistan by five wickets in their first Twenty-20 international (T20I) match played in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, on Monday. Afghanistan won the toss and put Zimbabwe in to bat. The only time Zimbabwe appeared to be in the match was during …

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Is Nama a Circus?

Since time immemorial, the National Arts Merit Awards, (Nama) have courted controversy and this year it seems the trend is set to continue. Just a perusal of the nomination list leaves one with a sour taste in the mouth. Nominations in some of the categories have been marred with controversy …

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