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Zim Makes First Payment To Paris Club In 20 Years

Zim Makes First Payment To Paris Club In 20 Years Zimbabwe says it has made its first debt repayment to a group of creditor countries known as the “Paris Club” under a refreshed plan to clear up to US$10,7 billion owed to several multilateral funders. This debt represents over 70% …

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‘Zanu PF Here To Stay’: ED

President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday ordered the ruling party to immediately start campaigning for the crunch 2023 elections and declared that Zanu PF will never be removed from power. Mnangagwa told a Zanu PF politburo meeting that the party was targeting to grab MDC Alliance strongholds in urban areas and pleaded …

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13th Cheque For Civil Servants Despite Covid-19 Setback

The Government has assured civil servants that they will receive their bonus for this year while it also keeps on improving conditions of service and provision of other non-monetary benefits. The Government  pays bonus to its workers in phases with the first group getting it in November while  other workers …

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‘I Am Still Learning The Trade’: Benjani

He played football in five countries and turned out for top European clubs, including English giants Manchester City, before attaining a UEFA A coaching licence after retirement, but Benjani Mwaruwari insists he is still a student of the game. The former Warriors skipper says he is actually back in the …

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Manyaya New Zesa GM

ZESA has appointed public relations and marketing expert, George Manyaya as the General Manager responsible for Stakeholder Relations, Communications and Welfare with effect from next month. Manyaya was appointed following interviews held in August this year. Zesa executive chairman Sydney Gata confirmed the appointment in a statement saying the former …

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