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    Dynamos new coach David Mandigora made clear his intentions of winning a record fifth consecutive league title for the club.

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  • Cricket World Cup qualifiers await Zim

    QUALIFYING for any global sporting competition has never been a given for the country’s national sporting teams and the Zimbabwe cricket side, fresh from a woeful showing at the ongoing ICC World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, will no longer enjoy the comfort of automatic qualification.

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  • MDC formations rapped over ‘elite contradictions’

    Political analysts have taken a swipe at the two MDC formations for engaging in “elite contradictions” that do not help their supporters and the country in general.

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  • Upmarket terminus for Harare’s Fourth Street

    A $50 million bus interchange is expected to be constructed at Fourth Street bus terminus in Harare after Pearl Properties signed a joint venture agreement with the City of Harare.

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  • CAPS begins PSL journey

    CAPS United will be the last of Zimbabwe’s three traditional giants to kick-start their 2015 PSL campaign with this afternoon’s visit to Ascot for a date against debutants WhaWha FC.

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International

Obama says it is now ‘hard to find a path’ on Israeli-Palestinian peace

(Reuters) – In a fresh rebuke to Benjamin Netanyahu, President Barack Obama said the Israeli leader’s pre-election disavowal of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict makes it “hard to […]

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Business

Telecel saga deepens

Telecel Zimbabwe, the third largest mobile operator in the country, has been paying licence fees in installments after striking a deal to settle the dues in seven years, Standardbusiness heard last week

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Politics

Grace earmarked for Biti’s seat

Zanu PF hawks have reportedly started pushing for First Lady Grace Mugabe to contest the Harare East constituency, formerly occupied by MDC Renewal secretary general Tendai Biti.

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    Upmarket terminus for Harare’s Fourth Street

    A $50 million bus interchange is expected to be constructed at Fourth Street bus terminus in Harare after Pearl Properties signed a joint venture agreement with the City of Harare.

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    Mudenda to announce UMDC affiliate MPs’ fate

    SPEAKER of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda is this week expected to announce the fate of UMDC affiliated MPs in a ruling which is set to have a telling effect on opposition politics in Parliament.

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    ‘Rich men fuel spread of HIV’

    Minister of State for Manicaland Provincial Affairs Mandiitawepi Chimene has accused rich people of spreading HIV by using their money to entice vulnerable women into having unprotected sex.

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    ‘Boat house’ under surveillance

    The Zimbabwe Republic Police is monitoring activities at the “famous boat house” in Highlands suburb where youthful party goers last year drowned amid reports of suspected illicit drug deals and […]

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    Indoor pollution a deadly killer

    Air quality has improved dramatically in rich countries over the past century.

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    Credit options yield profit for Edgars Stores

    EDGARS Stores Limited has recorded a 22,3% growth in profits after tax to $5,2 million for the 53 weeks ending January 2015.

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    Telecel saga deepens

    Telecel Zimbabwe, the third largest mobile operator in the country, has been paying licence fees in installments after striking a deal to settle the dues in seven years, Standardbusiness heard last week

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    ‘Indigenisation policy dogged by inconsistency’

    The implementation of government’s indigenisation policy is off the rails as the liquidity crunch has made it unworkable, experts have said.

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    Fidelity hopeful on LBMA readmission

    Fidelity Printers and Refiners, the country’s sole gold buyer, is hopeful of being readmitted to the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) and is working on processes pending the outcome of […]

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    Financial shenanigans: A warning to investors

    Financial shenanigans maybe defined as actions intended to misrepresent the real financial performance or financial condition of an entity.

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