Tobacco farmers out-earn private, public sector employees
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Tobacco farmers out-earn private, public sector employees

Tobacco farmers this year recorded gross average earnings surpassing the poverty datum line per individual…

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Bankers examine A1 permits
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Bankers examine A1 permits

Bank chief executives are reviewing recently-introduced A1 farm permits to determine whether or not they…

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President Mugabe, Mandela shared warm relationship
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President Mugabe, Mandela shared warm relationship

President Mugabe’s solid and cordial relationship with former South African leader Nelson Mandela was premised…

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Zimbabwe faces school deficit
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Zimbabwe faces school deficit

Zimbabwe is facing massive shortage of basic education facilities and requires an additional 2 056…

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Kombi Ban: New Buses on Standby To Replace Kombis
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Kombi Ban: New Buses on Standby To Replace Kombis

An urban public transport association has pledged 300 high-volume buses to service intra-city routes countrywide…

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Maize import bill cut as harvest doubles
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Maize import bill cut as harvest doubles

Zimbabwe has begun to cut its maize import bill as farmers are estimated to harvest…

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OBERT MPOFU TO BAN KOMBIS
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OBERT MPOFU TO BAN KOMBIS

Lincoln Towindo and Charlotte Musarurwa The Government has begun the process of phasing out urban…

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MSMEs overtake formal sector
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MSMEs overtake formal sector

Micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) have overtaken the formal sector in being the biggest…

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Raw sewage leaks contaminate drinking water
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Raw sewage leaks contaminate drinking water

Lincoln Towindo and Charlotte Musarurwa raw sewage — flowing through an old and leaking pipe…

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The liquidity crunch headache . . .
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The liquidity crunch headache . . .

Makomborero Mutimukulu and Lincoln Towindo The Zimbabwean economy continues to choke under the weight of…

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Zesa engineers up in arms against ministry
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Zesa engineers up in arms against ministry

Lincoln Towindo and Tinashe Farawo Senior Zesa Holdings engineers have blamed their parent ministry for…

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Water-borne diseases on the rise
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Water-borne diseases on the rise

Sharon Kavhu Over 560 people in Zimbabwe died last year from water-borne diseases while 590…

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