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    Tsvangirai and his wife Elizabeth leading protestors in Harare in April
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    Minister in computerisation scam

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  • Tsvangirai and his wife Elizabeth leading protestors in Harare in April
    Cancer ailment deals Tsvangirai a big blow

    MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai’s stamina and capacity to sustain a rigorous 2018 campaign has been thrown into doubt following his public announcement that he has colon cancer. ‘

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    Army demands special dispensation on salaries

    IN a desperate move to forestall potential unrest by soldiers — who are already getting preferential treatment on wage payment dates — the Zimbabwe National Army has approached banks to […]

  • Energy minister Samuel Undenge
    … gets brand new Land Cruiser

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  • Mphoko hotel stay: Govt detached from reality
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    THE drama and furore over Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko’s two-year stay in a luxurious suite at the five-star Rainbow Towers Hotel at taxpayers’ expense should be a lesson to government that […]

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    Change management in organisations

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    Brexit: Lessons for Zim abound

    LAST Thursday Britons narrowly voted in a historic referendum to withdraw from the 27-member European Union (EU) bloc, rejecting outgoing Prime Minister David Cameron’s “Project Fear” to stay in. ‘

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    Zhing-zhongs reflect economic creativity

    LOW quality products mainly from China have earned infamy among many Zimbabweans, dismissively and derisively branded with the epithet zhing-zhong. ‘

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  • Vitori boost for Zim
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    A FEW out of the handful of Zimbabwean cricket supporters who braved the chilly weather on Monday finally decided they had had enough and staged a mini-demonstration in the stands […]

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    India crush woeful Zimbabwe for series sweep

    UNBEATEN half centuries from Lokesh Rahul and debutant Faiz Fazal earned India a clean sweep of their three-match One-Day International series in Zimbabwe after a crushing 10 wicket victory on […]

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