Commission bosses consider cotton U-turn
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Commission bosses consider cotton U-turn

The Competition and Tariff Commission (CTC) has been forced to reconsider its order prohibiting ginners…

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Agric subsidies recommended
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Agric subsidies recommended

The Government should consider subsidising cotton and tobacco production to resolve the price conflicts that…

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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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Wilf Mbanga’s emails to Baba Jukwa
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Wilf Mbanga’s emails to Baba Jukwa

May 29, 2013 Baba Jukwa: Dear Chief, Greetings to you, Zimbabwe is currently experiencing a…

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Baba Jukwa duo faces possible arrest
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Baba Jukwa duo faces possible arrest

South Africa-based journalists Mxolisi Ncube and Mkhululi Chimoio are likely to face legal action for…

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Wilf Mbanga duped
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Wilf Mbanga duped

United Kingdom-based editor of The Zimbabwean Wilf Mbanga lost an undisclosed amount of money to…

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Who the hell is Sir Wicknell?
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Who the hell is Sir Wicknell?

He has money and loves flaunting it, irking many in the process. Who exactly is…

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Harare Hospital hit  by water shortage
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Harare Hospital hit by water shortage

Serious water shortages at Harare Central Hospital — one of the country’s biggest referral health…

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Artisan electrocuted on duty
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Artisan electrocuted on duty

An electricity artisan working for a company sub-contracted by Zesa Holdings to install pre-paid meters…

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ANC wins SA elections
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ANC wins SA elections

The African National Congress (ANC) has won South Africa’s fifth democratic election by a significant,…

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DHL externalising millions
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DHL externalising millions

DHL Zimbabwe is allegedly externalising over US$250 000 per month to Deutsche Post DHL —…

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‘Ministers should not be chair warmers’
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‘Ministers should not be chair warmers’

Bulawayo Bureau THE illegal sanctions that were imposed on the country by the West did…

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Environment polluters must pay: Kasukuwere
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Environment polluters must pay: Kasukuwere

The Minister of Environment, Water and Climate Saviour Kasukuwere has vowed to put in place…

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Pothole nearly  costs pastor freedom
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Pothole nearly costs pastor freedom

Mercy Bofu The bad state of the country’s roads once again proved to be a…

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Cabinet water panel gets down to work
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Cabinet water panel gets down to work

Sunday Mail Reporter The Cabinet committee that was recently set up to consider ways of…

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