Govt target EU market for flowers 

Source: Govt target EU market for flowers | The Herald January 9, 2018 Deputy Minister Marapira Munyaradzi Musiiwa Midlands Bureau FOLLOWING concerns raised by horticulture and floriculture farmers, Government has committed itself to re-engage the European markets and facilitate partnership and contract farming for local farmers, as well as offering financial support. In an interview, Lands, […]
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B/bridge gets over $14m for infrastructure upgrade 

Source: B/bridge gets over $14m for infrastructure upgrade | The Herald January 9, 2018 Minister Chinamasa Thupeyo Muleya Beitbridge Bureau Beitbridge residents have applauded Government for availing more than $14 million to resuscitate infrastructure in the border town. The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning Cde Patrick Chinamasa announced during his 2018 National Budget presentation that infrastructure […]
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Farmers get more inputs 

Source: Farmers get more inputs | The Herald January 9, 2018 Minister Ncube Munyaradzi Musiiwa Midlands Correspondent Farmers here have started receiving additional inputs for the 2017-18 summer cropping season to ease input shortages which resulted in reduced hectarage for maize, while in some areas they failed to beat the planting deadline. Minister of State for […]
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Zifa defends finances

HARARE – Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) insists that their financial position is sound despite the recent damning report produced by their auditors, Baker Tilly Gwatidzo Chartered Accountants. According to the association’s 2016 financials, Zifa’s debt has increased to $7 353 324 from…
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LATEST: Zim acts on embassies arrears

Herald Reporter Government has begun mobilizing resources to clear arrears in respect of salaries, rentals and other running costs for its various embassies dotted around the globe as part of efforts to rebuild the image of the country, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Sibusiso Moyo has said. Tied to the ongoing efforts, Minister…
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Platinum to camp in Byo

HARARE – Castle Lager Premiership champions FC Platinum are not leaving anything to chance and yesterday began their preparations for the Africa Champions League determined to make an impact in the tournament. All the 28 players registered for the tournament reported for the team’s first train…
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Zim golfers in BMW Champs Qualifier

HARARE – At least three Zimbabwean golfers will be hoping to make the cut when they take part in the BMW SA Open Championship Qualifier to be held across three golf courses in the City of Ekurhuleni, South Africa. Ryan Cairns, Mohammad Rauf Mandhu and Sheldon Steyn will be among the 364 hopefu…
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ZC are liars, says Ntini

HARARE – Former Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) bowling coach Makhaya Ntini has no kind words for his former employers describing them as “dishonest”. Although ZC issued a statement on Sunday insisting that Ntini had retired on his own accord, the former Proteas Test bowler rubbished the claims in an in…
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