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  • Byo residents turn to squatter camps as economy bites

    By Albert Nxumalo The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has raised concern at the high number of people who are seeking…

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  • Hwange Flash Floods: Repair works begin

    By Judith Sibanda Hwange Colliery Limited Company (HCCL) says they have started repairing some of the destroyed infrastructure following flash…

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  • Vic Falls Marathon participants to pay in foreign currency

    By Judith Sibanda Organisers of the Econet Victoria Falls marathon have announced that participants to this year`s edition will be…

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  • Farmers urged to conserve moisture

    By Boitumelo Makhurane Farmers in Matabeleland North have been urged to conserve moisture in light of the erratic rains being…

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  • No signs of recovery yet for Zim economy

    There are still no signs of recovery yet for the Zimbabwean economy in the New Year, which last year contracted…

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  • ARTUZ engages RBZ on cash withdrawal limit increase

    The Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) has approached the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) with a request for…

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  • Chiwenga vs Marry: Round 1 goes to Marry

    By Thabani Zwelibanzi The High Court on Friday dealt a huge blow to Vice President Constantino Chiwenga ruling that his…

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  • Zim defaulted on repaying loans: EU

    Zimbabwe has not been accessing loans from the European Union (EU) financial institutions, not because of any stringent lending conditions…

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  • Danish govt donates USD$3m for drought relief

    The Government of Denmark has donated about USD$3 million in a bid to mitigate the impact of drought in Zimbabwe.…

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  • RBZ in fresh bank accounts freeze threat for foreign currency dealers

    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has once again threatened to freeze bank accounts of suspected foreign currency dealers accusing…

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