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Farmer back in court over illegal occupation of land

Farmer back in court over illegal occupation of land

A COMMERCIAL farmer from Matabeleland South, Clinton Rogers, is back in court on accusations that he ignored the compulsory acquisition of Atherstone Farm in West Nicholson for resettlement of local people.

Call to tax informal sector

Call to tax informal sector

The government should charge informal traders a levy as a way of increasing revenue to fight the HIV and Aids pandemic, Matabeleland North Provincial Affairs minister Cain Mathema has said.

Zanu PF officials ‘implicated’ in Midlands gold wars

Zanu PF officials ‘implicated’ in Midlands gold wars

SENIOR Zanu PF officials have been implicated in violent clashes over gold claims in the Midlands province, a government official has said.

Customs and excise systems break down

Customs and excise systems break down

AN erratic customs and excise online system has caused major delays in processing of imports and exports at all the country’s ports of entry.

UN to increase assistance to Zim

UN to increase assistance to Zim

ZIMBABWE has the capacity to turn around the fortunes of the economy despite a tenuous business environment and poor infrastructure, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) senior economic adviser Amarakoon Bandara said last week.

Soldiers on the rampage at MSU

Soldiers on the rampage at MSU

A group of suspected soldiers allegedly assaulted students at Midlands State University (MSU) last Saturday evening, leaving more than three dozen seriously injured.

I am not going anywhere: Dabengwa vows

I am not going anywhere: Dabengwa vows

ZAPU leader, Dumiso Dabengwa yesterday reiterated that he will not “go anywhere” until he finishes his term in 2020, following reports of moves to oust him to pave way for secretary-general, Strike Mnkandla.

Zim friends receive PhDs for research projects

Zim friends receive PhDs for research projects

Stellenbosch — Two classmates from Bulawayo who studied together at Zimbabwe’s Midlands State University in their undergraduate years both received their PhD degrees in agricultural sciences from Stellenbosch University on Tuesday.

Insiza white farmer wins case against ‘invaders’

Insiza white farmer wins case against ‘invaders’

A South African-based businessman has been ordered to vacate an Insiza farm at the centre of a wrangle with a white farmer in a case which has sucked in former Sports minister, Andrew Langa.

MDC-T backs Jonathan Moyo

MDC-T backs Jonathan Moyo

MDC-T Bulawayo Province has come out in support of Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo, over his criticism of government’s much-vaunted Command Agriculture programme fronted by Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

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