• 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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  • Mugabe has major cancer op

    PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe underwent what is said to be a major prostate cancer operation during his annual holiday in Singapore, hence his delayed return to allow him time to recuperate.

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  • Tension as bigwigs resist diamond mergers

    TENSIONS are mounting in Zimbabwe’s diamond industry with top government officials behind the country’s major diamond mining companies reluctant to comply with Mines minister Walter Chidhakwa’s move to merge the firms.

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  • Zim gold mines face collapse — mining chamber

    Zimbabwe’s gold mining firms are making losses due to weak bullion prices and could collapse unless the government reduces royalties for producers.

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  • Mbare’s Siyaso: Not business as usual

    LEORNARD Munyanyi misses the good old days when his carpentry business was sufficiently profitable, comfortably earning him enough for his workplace and residential rentals and his young family’s upkeep before the month was up.

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  • How much longer shall we wait for change?
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    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. ‘

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    Rescuing Zim from predatory economics

    THE transformation of any society requires three things; the profound realisation that it must change, finding those practices that will cause the change and adopting those practices.

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    Asylum seekers face the limit in Europe

    The language of the immigration debate in Germany has got harsh and extreme.

  • Waller clinches World Cup ticket
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    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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    Malcolm Waller’s bowling action condemned as illegal

    The International Cricket Council today confirmed that an independent analysis has found the bowling action of Zimbabwe’s Malcolm Waller to be illegal and, as such, the off-spinner has been suspended from bowling in international cricket with immediate effect.

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