Mozambique

Zim firms at Tete investment mission

Zim firms at Tete investment mission

AT least 26 Zimbabwean firms participated at a two-day trade and investment mission held last week in Tete, Mozambique, organised by ZimTrade, the country’s export promotion body.

Mozambican firm invests in Zimbabwe

Mozambican firm invests in Zimbabwe

ZIMBABWE’S Exor Petroleum, one of the country’s pioneering indigenous oil companies, has formed a joint venture company, PetromocExor with Mozambique oil giant Petroleos de Mocambique (Petromoc).

Zimbabwe, neighbours earn mining top spots

Zimbabwe, neighbours earn mining top spots

Eight countries in Southern Africa have earned a position among the top 20 “most exciting African mineral jurisdictions”.

Mukwesha’s date with Eusebio

Mukwesha’s date with Eusebio

IN OCTOBER 1966, a then 25-year-old Dynamos forward Freddy Mukwesha made his first step on a journey for a date with football stars when he embarked on a road trip to Mozambique en route to Portugal.

Fill up Barbourfields for national team ties

Fill up Barbourfields for national team ties

THE Zimbabwe national football team — the Warriors — were at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday, the first time they have been in Bulawayo after an absence of three years and, given that this is a national team and we are now in the off-season, one would have expected a very good attendance.

Warriors beat Mozambique

Warriors beat Mozambique

Zimbabwe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(1) 2
Mozambique . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (0) 1

Mozambique mean business

Mozambique mean business

MOZAMBIQUE has brought a young team for this afternoon’s international friendly against the Warriors.

Camp in false start as Warriors  fail to turn up

Camp in false start as Warriors fail to turn up

ONLY seven players came to the Warriors camp yesterday as the national team aborted the first day of training ahead of the international friendly match against Mozambique set for Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday.

Zimbabwe warns Renamo

Zimbabwe warns Renamo

ZIMBABWE has urged rebels in Mozambique not to fight, after an opposition group with military and political wings withdrew from a 1992 peace deal.

Injured basketball player  arrives from Maputo

Injured basketball player arrives from Maputo

ZIMBABWE basketball national team player Geraldine Chibonda, who was injured in the women’s Afro-Basket tournament in Mozambique last month and had been hospitalised in that country, arrived home yesterday.

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