• Financial matters: Does currency regime matter?
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    ZIMBABWE faces growth and external competitiveness challenges, as indicated by its low trend growth and investment, declining share in the world exports, high current account deficits, and external debt.

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    Zimbabwe stuck in a ‘holding pattern’

    The 2015 budget statement announced by Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa last week was somewhat disappointing.

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    BAT’s bid to stub out spy saga

    TOBACCO giant British American Tobacco (BAT) is scrambling to avoid having to come clean in the face of new evidence that it hired a network of agents to spy on rivals.

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    Workers pessimistic about the economy

    Almost 90% of Zimbabweans do not see any improvement in the country’s economy, while 60% of those employed do not feel secure in their jobs, a survey by a human resources consultancy has shown.

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    Job losses intensify as companies close

    JOB losses are intensifying with more than 365 workers being retrenched last month and over 690 workers facing the same fate at the end of this month

  • Musona to remain in Europe
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    Warriors’ star Knowledge Musona’s bid to resurrect his European career has been boosted by interest from Belgium and the Netherlands.

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    Mangongo fights back

    Zimbabwe national cricket team coach Steve Mangongo has come out fighting in defence of his ability to steer the national team to competitiveness which has been questioned

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    Mapeza puts FC Platinum on right track

    AFTER enduring four hard years in the Castle Lager Premier League, FC Platinum finally made their first baby step towards achieving their long set goal of becoming one of Zimbabwean football’s real big boys.

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    Bangla/Zim chase prized ODI rankings

    Bangladesh and Zimbabwe have the opportunity to gain vital rankings points when they go head to head in five One-Day Internationals (ODIs), starting tomorrow in Chittagong.

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    Zim-B’desh battle for ranking

    There are no nicknames to Bangladesh-Zimbabwe contests, nor is the Test trophy named after famous cricketers from either side.

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