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Companies urged to tap into Zambian market

Companies urged to tap into Zambian market

ZIMTRADE, the country’s export promotion body, on Friday urged local companies to venture into the Zambian market to boost their businesses.

Top lawyer Joseph James mourned

Top lawyer Joseph James mourned

PROMINENT Bulawayo lawyer Joseph James’ death has shaken the sporting and legal community who described him as principled and
professional.

Chombo probes Gweru councillors

Chombo probes Gweru councillors

LOCAL Government minister Ignatius Chombo has set up a commission of enquiry to investigate cases of alleged corruption and abuse of funds at Gweru City Council.

Mugabe blocks succession talk

Mugabe blocks succession talk

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s latest rant about Zanu PF factionalism confirms that Vice-President Emmerson Mangangwa will not be his automatic successor, a prominent political analyst said yesterday.

SOS to save Mat’land cattle

SOS to save Mat’land cattle

THE government has appealed to the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) to assist livestock farmers in Matabeleland with stockfeed to avert cattle deaths caused by lack of pastures owing to the prevailing drought.

Fresh calls for Ndebele Kingdom revival

Fresh calls for Ndebele Kingdom revival

BULAWAYO — A book narrating the history of the conquest of the Matabeleland region by white colonialists has rekindled calls for the restoration of the collapsed Ndebele kingdom.

Zvishavane families face eviction

Zvishavane families face eviction

ABOUT 34 families are facing eviction in Zvishavane where they used to work for the collapsed Shabanie Mashaba Mines once owned by businessman Mutumwa Mawere.

Drone owners urged to register

Drone owners urged to register

THE Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) has advised owners of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) — popularly known as drones — to register their gadgets.

150 students to benefit under the Presidential Scholarship Programme

150 students to benefit under the Presidential Scholarship Programme

GOVERNMENT has invited about 150 students wishing to pursue various studies at South African universities to submit applications for the 2016 Presidential Scholarship Programme.

Jonathan Moyo fuels Twitter wars

Jonathan Moyo fuels Twitter wars

Jonathan Moyo’s social media spats using unrestrained language are uncalled for and unstrategic for someone who doubles as a “Information minister and government spokesperson”, analysts have said.

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