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Mnangagwa Shifts Foreign Policy Thrust

…“friend to all, and enemy to none”… Deepening ties with all nations including those that once ostracised Zimbabwe is at the heart of President Mnangagwa’s foreign policy thrust. As the President bid farewell to two Ambassadors-designate to the Western world yesterday, he impressed on them to take the message of …

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RBZ Summons Businesses Over Price Madness

Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor Dr John Mangudya yesterday said his meeting with business this morning is not a witchhunt, but an effort by authorities to grasp the root cause of the prevailing pricing madness. The all-stakeholder forum to be attended by representatives of retailers, producers, wholesalers and everyone …

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Mau Mau’s Muziri Aims For African Title

By Gilbert Munetsi National heavyweight boxing champion Vincent Muziri yesterday left for Dar es Salaam where he will fight Congo Brazaville’s Arda Ndembo for the African Boxing Union (ABU) Southern region title. Their main drawcard bout, dubbed “Rising Stars” and promoted by Global Boxing Stars, will take place at the …

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Mnangagwa Sticks To 7,8pc Growth, Defies Crisis

President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday stuck with the 7,8% growth projection announced by the Ministry of Finance in July, as he opened the fourth session of the ninth parliament, defying recent inflation surges and volatile black market foreign currency exchange rates. Mnangagwa said he will sign 42 Bills into law during …

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Forced Cattle Dipping Looms

The Department of Veterinary Services (DVS) will be coercing farmers into dipping their cattle judiciously, while punishing deviants who fail to comply with the aggressive bid aimed at controlling the spread of theileriosis, commonly referred to as January disease. The tick-borne disease has wiped out thousands of cattle worth more …

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‘Law Is Tool For Development’

President Mnangagwa yesterday laid down the legislative agenda for the Fourth Session of the Ninth Parliament which will see a number of Bills which include the consideration of legislation relating to the devolution agenda being high on the to do list. The President yesterday delivered his annual State of the …

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