JUST IN: O-Level results out

Auxilia Katongomara The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) has released the November 2017 Ordinary level results. In a statement on Friday Zimsec board chair Professor Eddie Mwenje said candidates who sat for the examinations will be able to collect their results on Monday 26 February. More details to follow… …
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REMORSEFUL: Police regret shooting that led to death of two people

THE Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) says it regrets the death of two people and the injury of four in Harare Central Business District when police clashed with commuters yesterday evening. Speaking at a press conference, ZRP Commissioner-General Godwin Matanga expressed his sincere condolences to the bereaved families and relatives who lost their loved ones in… …
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JUST IN: Datsun expands to into Zimbabwe

DATSUN has announced that it is launching the Datsun GO, GO+, as well as the Datsun GO+ PV (panel van), into the Zimbabwean market. A key strategic component of Datsun re-establishing itself with a strong independent brand identity is reportedly the expansion on the economically fast-growing continent of Africa. Des Fenner, General Manager for Datsun… …
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I am the MDC-T boss: declares Khupe

Takunda Maodza, Harare Bureau MDC-T co-vice president Dr Thokozani Khupe yesterday insisted she is the acting president of the party, as per constitution and that anyone claiming the position was violating the rule book. There is an ugly fight within the MDC-T over who takes over from Mr Morgan Tsvangirai who died of cancer of… …
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‘Industry revival tops agenda’. . . President receives railway equipment from SA

Prosper Ndlovu, Business Editor THE revival of big industries in the mining, agriculture and manufacturing sectors is top of the  Government’s agenda as the nation seeks to transform the economy and create jobs for Zimbabweans, President Mnangagwa said yesterday. Addressing a large gathering that witnessed the reception of interim solution equipment under the National Railways… …
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Investors should take advantage of conducive economic conditions

Yesterday marked a new chapter in the revival of the National Railway of Zimbabwe when the parastatal received the first batch of locomotives, wagons and coaches leased from South Africa’s rail company, Transnet. The seven locomotives, 150 wagons and seven coaches were received by the President, Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa, on behalf of the NRZ at… …
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‘SA committed to strengthening economic ties with Zimbabwe’

Pamela Shumba, Senior Reporter SOUTH Africa is committed to working with Zimbabwe in strengthening bilateral economic ties to ensure development of both countries, South Africa’s Minister of Transport, Joe Maswanganyi said yesterday. Speaking in Bulawayo during the occasion to receive railway equipment under the National Railways of Zimbabwe’s $400 million recapitalisation programme, Minister Maswanganyi said… …
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