High level team to court investors. . . 300 delegates warm up for Zim-SA investment indaba

Business Editor ABOUT 300 delegates are expected to attend the high ranking Zimbabwe/South Africa Investment Conference that begins in Sandton tomorrow. Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa would lead the Zimbabwean delegation composed of ministers; Patrick Chinamasa (Finance), Walter Chidhakwa (Mines), Dr Obert Mpofu (Macro-economic Planning), Dr Mike Bimha (Industry and Commerce), Sithembiso Nyoni (Small to Medium… …
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‘Economic prospects positive’: World Bank projects 2,8 GDP growth with mining sector expected to continue growing

Auxilia Katongomara, Chronicle Reporter ZIMBABWE’S economic growth prospects are positive, the World Bank has said in its latest economic update. According to the bank’s Zimbabwe Economic Update (ZEU), the agricultural sector is projected to return to its long-term growth trend after 2017. The bank said favourable rains during the 2016/17 agricultural season are expected to… …
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Karuru, Mushure to lead Warriors

Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter AMAZULU winger Ovidy Karuru and seasoned Dynamos left back Ocean Mushure have been named the co-captains for the Zimbabwe squad that will take part in the Cosafa Castle Cup in South Africa next week. The squad will be trimmed to 20 this morning ahead of departure tomorrow by air to… …
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Govt must act to stop middlemen from fleecing farmers

Zimbabwe is expecting to harvest four million tonnes of food crops from the 2016/17 cropping season according to the final Government sponsored crop and livestock assessment report. This means that the country will have a surplus of one million tonnes of food crops. The food crops include maize, sorghum, millet, roundnuts, groundnuts, sweet potatoes, Irish… …
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Presidium to decide ‘Tyson’s fate

Felex Share, Harare Bureau The Zanu-PF Presidium will make a determination on the fate of national political commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere following yesterday’s Politburo meeting which discussed a report submitted by the ad-hoc probe committee. Speaking after the extra ordinary meeting in Harare, Zanu-PF spokesperson, Cde Simon Khaya Moyo, said Cde Kasukuwere’s matter was now… …
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Buffalo Souljah, Winky D join forces

Bruce Ndlovu ZIMBABWEAN dancehall juggernauts Winky D and Buffalo Souljah have combined for a rare collaboration on the song Rugare, a track which has been touted as a potential blockbuster mash-up between two heavyweight chanters. Last week the two surprised fans with images from a video shoot which they were undertaking south of the Limpopo,… …
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