• Mphoko continues to ruffle feathers in Byo
    Phelekezela Mphoko

    VICE-PRESIDENT Phelekezela Mphoko has once again ruffled feathers in Zanu PF’s Bulawayo province.

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    Econet pays Nyambirai US$40m for cutting deals

    TN Holdings (now Lifestyle Holdings) founder and CEO Tawanda Nyambirai was reportedly paid a staggering US$39,9 million by the country’s leading telecoms giant Econet Wireless in September last year

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    Mujuru gears for fight

    FORMER vice-president Joice Mujuru and her allies in and outside Zanu PF have seriously begun a process of organising a new political platform to challenge Zanu PF in the 2018 general elections.

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    Angolan leader’s daughter firms up Telecel interest

    ANGOLAN President Eduardo dos Santos’ multibillionaire daughter Isabel is firming up her interest in the telecommunications sector as she recently sent her representatives to discuss investment opportunities with government officials

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    Journalists petition Econet

    Zimbabwean journalists yesterday delivered strongly-worded petitions to Econet Wireless and its subsidiary Steward Bank, protesting the two’s recent raid on The Source news agency, which has been widely condemned for violating media freedom.

  • Whatmore returns to begin new era
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    Australian cricket coach Dave Whatmore has returned to Zimbabwe to formally seal a four-year deal with Zimbabwe Cricket and begin remoulding the team after a disappointing World Cup.

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    Kamal quits ICC after World Cup trophy snub

    Mustafa Kamal has quit as International Cricket Council president and accused the body of acting “unlawfully”.

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    Fifa expels Warriors

    ZIMBABWE were yesterday expelled from the preliminary competition of the 2018 Fifa World Cup Russia after failing to settle a debt owed to former coach, José Claudinei Georgini, popularly known as Valinhos.

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    Zim loses golden boy

    ZIMBABWE felt it had made huge strides in the development of its cricket team into a decent side, but the signing of Test captain and number one batsman Brendan Taylor for Nottinghamshire in England has thrust the team steps back.

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    Zim face Ireland in score-settling match

    NO coach in the history of Zimbabwean cricket would have been aggrieved after getting fired more than West Indian Phil Simmons who was dismissed in 2005.

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