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Command Mining Should Be Next in Line

The sky is the limit, as it were, for any agreement with leaders driven by commodity thought processes in their endeavours to boost their country’s social and economic status and with that the lives of the people who look to these servants for a brave new future for all. After …

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High Court releases Mawarire’s passport

HIGH Court judge, Justice Nyaradzo Munangati-Manongwa, yesterday ordered the temporary release of pro-democracy activist and #ThisFlag leader, Evan Mawarire’s passport to enable him to visit his family in the United States. BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE Evan Mawarire The cleric is expected to return the travel document on his next remand dated …

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Parly crafts new lending laws

PARLIAMENT is crafting a law that will enable businesspeople to borrow from banks using assets such as machinery, motor vehicles inventory, livestock and even accounts receivable. by VENERANDA LANGA Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa (pictured) yesterday brought the Bill before the National Assembly. During its Second Reading …

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Villagers vow to resist intimidation

A PRO-DEMOCRACY movement, Zimbabwe Yadzoka/Mayibuye iZimbabwe, says it is making strides in penetrating Zanu PF strongholds and teaching the electorate on their constitutional rights to belong to and vote for a political party of their choice. BY Own Correspondent At a function held recently in Mudzi, Mashonaland East province, villagers …

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Newer technology to boost crop yields: Cimmyt

THE International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre (Cimmyt) wants to bring new technologies to local commercial farmers, which can boost yields by 40%. BY TATIRA ZWINOIRA Cimmyt country director, Cosmos Magorokosho told NewsDay on the sidelines of one of their site visits yesterday in Harare that they were working with …

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