Govt to adopt ICTs in corruption fight

Tendai Mugabe Senior Reporter— Acting President Kembo Mohadi says the new Government of President Mnangagwa is determined to see a highly-modernised Zimbabwe, where ICTs play an instrumental role in curbing corruption and plugging resource leakages in the public sector. In this regard, Government partnered a leading Chinese ICT company, Inspur Group, to implement multi-million dollar e-Government programmes…
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MORE MOB ED AT DAVOS: ‘Zim investment destination of choice’

Happiness Zengeni in Zurich, Switzerland PRESIDENT Mnangagwa says his Government will do everything possible to assist investors keen on starting businesses in Zimbabwe and has called on those interested to take the first mover advantage to explore the abundant investment opportunities in the country. The President said Zimbabwe was now a vision every progressive person… …
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Bra Hugh’s special gift to Berita, Ammara

Bongani Ndlovu, Showbiz Correspondent FOR the late jazz icon Hugh Masekela, one of his ideologies was simple, the youths should be proud of their heritage and should jealously guard their culture. That’s part of the legacy that he left behind when he died on Monday this week at the age of 78 after a 10-year… …
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7 000 flee Congo to Burundi in just three days

Thousands of asylum seekers from the Democratic Republic of the Congo have fled to Burundi in the past three days over fierce fighting in the eastern parts of the country, Burundi police say. Nearly 7 000 Congolese have crossed Lake Tanganyika and taken refuge in Burundi since Wednesday as clashes raged between DR Congo government… …
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‘Modern faces recall’

Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter SOME Highlanders members, working in cahoots with certain board members, are reportedly planning to present a dossier during the club’s annual general meeting tomorrow that will justify the recalling of their acting chairman, Modern Ngwenya, from the club leadership. Ngwenya has been holding fort since the suspension of substantive club… …
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Mutuma expects Yadah Stars to stay

Grace Chingoma Senior Sports Reporter— RODRECK MUTUMA expects Prophet Walter Magaya to change his decision to pull the plug on his sponsorship of Yadah Stars and keep funding the Premiership club. A number of Yadah Stars players yesterday pleaded with the prophet to reconsider his decision at a meeting in the capital. Some of the players were said…
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