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Mnangagwa ‘is now his own man’
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Mnangagwa ‘is now his own man’

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s new cabinet signifies his determination to “reset the government’s compass”, as he hopes to turn around the country’s deteriorating economy, an analyst has reportedly said. According to Daily News, University of Zimbabwe political science lecturer Eldred Masunungure believed that the president was now “his own man” and was not beholden to the...

MDC Alliance, councillors head for clash over mayoral elections
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MDC Alliance, councillors head for clash over mayoral elections

Newly-appointed Masvingo mayor, Collen Maboke was voted in against party orders after being nominated and seconded by Zanu PF councillors. This prompted protests from MDC Alliance supporters who were gathered outside and threatened to beat some of the city fathers for “selling out”. In Victoria Falls, residents and councillors protested against what they termed imposition...

Reality television show on cards
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Reality television show on cards

ECCES Productions and Beyond All Borders president, Carolyn Anderson, is expected to visit Bulawayo on October 9 to finalise preparations for the filming of a pilot for a reality television show. Anderson is a globally recognised mover and shaker in the fields of special events and travel planning. “I was invited by Darlington Isaac Nyika,...

The impacts of Credit Card Debt on the Economy
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The impacts of Credit Card Debt on the Economy

Consumer spending is the main driver of economic growth and citizens sometimes borrow to spend. While debt isn’t a bad thing, the economy becomes unsustainable if people are burdened with too much credit debt. On the other hand, the responsible utilization of credit leads to consistent economic growth since the debt is manageable. From the surface, credit...

Respect teachers, value education: President Xi
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Respect teachers, value education: President Xi

BEIJING. — Chinese President Xi Jinping has called on the Communist Party of China (CPC) and society to promote the social norms of respecting teachers and valuing education. President Xi, also general secretary of the CPC Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, made the statement at a national education conference Sunday, which...

Dawn of a new era
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Dawn of a new era

JUST two days after his election as Premier Soccer League chairman, Farai Jere rolled out the red carpet for ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa at the top-flight league’s offices last night, where the two parties agreed to bury the hatchet and work together for the good of the game. The CAPS United boss campaigned on the...

WARRIORS FEEL THE LOVE
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WARRIORS FEEL THE LOVE

FOLLOWING keeping their unbeaten AFCON qualifying run intact, typically the Warriors have revealed these are enjoying the love they will have been acquiring coming from the Zimbabwean football loved ones. The Warriors battled into a 1-1 draw against Congo in Brazzaville in a new Group G qualifier, together with Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Khama Billiat finding...

Prospect Lithium secures $10m export facility
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Prospect Lithium secures $10m export facility

AUSTRALIA Stock Exchange (ASX) listed Prospect Resources, says its Zimbabwean unit, Prospect Lithium Zimbabwe, has secured $10 million export finance facility from the Reserve Bank through CBZ Bank Limited. The batteries lithium miner said the loan was another building block in the financing of the Arcadia Lithium Mine and tangible evidence of the Government’s support...

Petrotrade in $3,75m tax profit
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Petrotrade in $3,75m tax profit

State petroleum company, Petrotrade has – for the third year running declared a dividend to Government after registering an after tax profit of $3,75 million for the year ended December 2017. Speaking to journalists after the firm’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday, secretary for Energy and Power Development Patson Mbiriri, said although there was...