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  • Street vending: The only option for Zimbabwe’s graduates

    Tarisai Mukahanana (26) says if she could, she would tell all those who are graduating these days that they have set themselves on a rough and tough road — tougher than any university assignment.

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  • Govt urged to consult before formulating maize prices

    Government should consult relevant stakeholders when formulating maize prices to avoid boycotts which are retrogressive to the economy.

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  • Warriors coach: Is it the toughest job?

    IN March 2010, Zimbabwean football ushered in Cuthbert Dube as Zifa president after councillors entrusted him to turn around the fortunes of Zimbabwe football which had plunged into the Intensive Care Unit.

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  • Renewal team snubs Tsvangirai

    MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai’s call for rebels to re-join his faction have landed on deaf ears.

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  • Australia wary of Zim treat

    AUSTRALIA coach Darren Lehmann says his side is wary of the threat that Zimbabwe poses when the two teams clash in the first match of the tri-series at Harare Sports Club tomorrow.

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International

Tackling Iraq’s insurgency will take time — Obama

President Barack Obama yesterday said US airstrikes had destroyed arms that Islamic State militants could have used against Iraqi Kurds.

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Business

Atlas Mara seals BancABC deal

Bob Diamond’s co-founded Atlas Mara has completed the acquisition of BancABC’s parent company and African Development Corporation.

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Politics

Renewal Team undertakes to assist communities

Over the past three months, the MDC Renewal Team has been travelling across Zimbabwe; interacting with the general populace at all levels and hearing their views on how best the country can move ahead.

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    Street vending: The only option for Zimbabwe’s graduates

    Tarisai Mukahanana (26) says if she could, she would tell all those who are graduating these days that they have set themselves on a rough and tough road — tougher than any university assignment.

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    Teachers produce maths DVD

    TWO Harare teachers have embarked on an ambitious project — producing DVD recordings that can be used to teach Mathematics to struggling pupils.

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    Furore over Mutare ex-mayor exit package

    Mutare city councillors have demanded to see the directive Local Government minister Ignatius Chombo issued to give former acting mayor George Jerison a mayoral Mercedes Benz as part of his exit package.

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    Condoms used to ease arthritis pain

    Free condoms distributed in the country to reduce the spread of HIV and Aids have found an unexpected user in Zimbabwe — they are now being use to “treat” arthritis.

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    CFU condemns attack on farmer

    The Commercial Farmers Union (CFU) has condemned the brutal attack on Darwendale farmer David Passapoorts and his wife Anne at the Chirawanoo game farm by unknown assailants last week.

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    Atlas Mara seals BancABC deal

    Bob Diamond’s co-founded Atlas Mara has completed the acquisition of BancABC’s parent company and African Development Corporation.

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    Deposit Protection Fund drying up

    The Deposit Protection Board is worried about government’s failure to recapitalise the corporation which now has just about US$12 million in its coffers.

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    Govt urged to consult before formulating maize prices

    Government should consult relevant stakeholders when formulating maize prices to avoid boycotts which are retrogressive to the economy.

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    ‘Zimbabwe lacks trade strategy’

    Trade experts have said Zimbabwe’s membership in multiple regional trade blocs is reflective of a lack of trade strategy and is not benefitting local businesses.

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    Restrategise to survive liquidity crunch

    Situations emerge in the process of creative destruction in which many firms may have to perish that nevertheless would be able to live on vigourously and usefully if they could weather a particular storm.

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    ‘Trusting a baboon with a machine gun’

    Zimbabweans have in the past two weeks been “entertained” by intriguing drama that has been unfolding in President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF party.

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    After the release of his long awaited duet with Jamaican Busy Signal titled Show me Love, RnB and Hip hop artiste Pee Kay says he is ready to concentrate on live performances.

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