• Whatmore to thrive on team’s hunger

    Zimbabwe national cricket team coach, Dave Whatmore has said that, the players who travelled to New Zealand and Australia are sick and tired of losing and want to emerge proud heroes from this World Cup.

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  • Govt must clarify indigenisation

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe this week met with a high-powered French business delegation and used the opportunity to explain to the potential investors that the indigenisation law is not so bad after all.

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  • No joy for Zim as revenues shrink

    THE cash-strapped but extravagant Zimbabwean government, which is operating on a hand-to-mouth basis, is facing a tough 2015 as its revenue base is expected to continue dwindling.

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  • French firms eye Zim

    Two French companies have expressed interest in investing in the country’s infrastructure after submitting their proposals last year.

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  • Tobacco selling season faces delay

    ZIMBABWE’S Tobacco Industry Marketing Board (TIMB) is set to delay the start of the 2015 tobacco marketing season.

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  • Zim among ‘most repressed economies’
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    ZIMBABWE is the most repressed economy in sub-Saharan Africa and in the bottom five worldwide due to government intervention, policy inconsistency and corruption, according to the 2015 Index of Economic Freedom which, however, notes recent gains in monetary freedom and state spending.

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    “I will not experiment with Zim economy” – Mangudya

    The central bank governor John Mangudya said on Wednesday he will not experiment with the economy during his tenure but will find ways to push for implementation of radical changes that will drive economic growth.

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    French firms eye Zim

    Two French companies have expressed interest in investing in the country’s infrastructure after submitting their proposals last year.

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    Royal Bank creditors accuse top management

    ROYAL Bank of Zimbabwe (Royal) creditors are pushing for a forensic investigation targeting the beleaguered bank’s CEO Jeffrey Mzwimbi, top executives and other directors amid allegations the financial institution’s top brass flouted regulations.

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    It’s time to unleash the eagle in you

    In this column, we always try to discuss leadership matters in the most practical manner possible.

  • Greedy cricketers should justify pay-out with runs, wickets
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    Zimbabwe’s national cricket team’s biggest critics have already dismissed talk of a quarter-final berth as a quixotic quest that will only end in further disappointment for the ever hopeful fans.

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    Mphoko out of touch with reality

    FEARS that Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko was out of touch with the plight of Zimbabweans, having spent so much time abroad as a diplomat, were confirmed last week during his charm-offensive […]

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    How much longer shall we wait for change?

    President Robert Mugabe arrived home yesterday from the Far East at the end of a lengthy holiday which has reportedly included medical treatment in Singapore. ‘

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    Nothing new in ‘new govt focus’

    IT should hardly pass for news but given Zanu PF’s calamitous economic record under President Robert Mugabe, Acting President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s announcement — in the absence of any tangible evidence — that his party was now focusing on developing the country, came as something of a surprise.

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    Customer creation equals success

    I HAVE decided to bring back a classic piece that was chronicled in the column several years ago. ‘

  • Whatmore to thrive on team’s hunger
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    Zimbabwe national cricket team coach, Dave Whatmore has said that, the players who travelled to New Zealand and Australia are sick and tired of losing and want to emerge proud heroes from this World Cup.

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    Waller clinches World Cup ticket

    Andy Waller has bounced back into the national team coaching set up barely seven months after being reassigned.

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    National cricket team players hit right notes

    National cricket team players have hit the right notes at the correct time with batsmen finding confidence-boosting runs ahead of the 2015 Cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand next month.

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    Afcon 2015 is here!

    Equatorial Guinea had two months to prepare to host the African Cup of Nations, making the colorful and sometimes chaotic continental soccer tournament even more unpredictable than usual this year. […]

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    Utseya selection for World Cup baffles Campbell

    Former Zimbabwe captain Alistair Campbell has criticised the selection of Prosper Utseya in the squad that will tour New Zealand and Australia for the ICC Cricket World Cup starting next month.

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