Crème de la crème

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor A HOST of domestic football legends, the finest three Warriors ever, the best coach to guide the senior national team and the three outstanding Zimbabwean footballers, who excelled in foreign leagues last season, are set to be honoured at a star-studded awards gala this year. The best coach to guide the…
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President’S Speech: SOME HIGHLIGHTS

ON SALARIES “In an effort to improve conditions of service for ZDF, Government has provided staff with vehicles and other equipment,” President Mugabe said. “However, a lot is still to be done to provide the forces with medical support, housing, salaries and allowances. Ndozvimwe zvavanochemawo nazvo izvi.  Mari inotambirwa yakadzikira, ndinofunga kuti nekusimukira kurikuita nyika…
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Landmark ruling for fired thousands

Daniel Nemukuyu Senior Court Reporter— THOUSANDS of workers who were fired on three months’ notice without their consent after the 2015 Zuva Petroleum judgment, are now entitled to reinstatement or payment of damages after the Labour Court ruled that they were unlawfully dismissed. In a landmark judgment, head of the Labour Court bench Justice Gladys…
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President off to Iran

Mabasa Sasa Editor, Sunday Mail President Mugabe left Harare last night for Tehran to join fellow world leaders and officials from 100 countries for the inauguration of Iranian president Hassan Rouhani. Zimbabwe’s Head of State and Government is accompanied by Foreign Affairs Minister Simbarashe Mumbengegwi and Senior Government officials. Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa is Acting President. Iranian legislator…
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RBZ moves to counter illegal channels: Increases Diaspora remittances incentive

Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has increased incentives for Diaspora remittances from three percent to 10 percent effective August 1, 2017 to encourage channelling of remittances through formal channels. RBZ Governor, Dr John Mangudya, revealed this in the mid-term monetary policy statement that was presented on Wednesday. The central… …
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Land, livelihoods and small towns

In early June, I was invited by the Africa Research Institute in London to a panel discussion held to launch a new ARI Counterpoints piece by Beacon Mbiba on ‘missing urbanisation’ in Zimbabwe. Beacon’s piece raised some important questions about … Continue reading → …
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