MCC Suspends Three Members Over Australia Clashes

The Marylebone Cricket Club has suspended three members over altercations with Australia players at Lord’s on day five of the second Test. Television footage appeared to show clashes between Usman Khawaja and David Warner and spectators in the Long Room as Australia walked off for lunch. The incident came after …

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Bosso, DeMbare Collect Maximum Points

Highlanders and Dynamos both came from behind to register victories on a day that saw all the four Castle Lager Premier Soccer League Match Day 13 clashes played Sunday end in identical 2-1 margins. In the headline weekend fixture played in front of a good crowd at Barbourfields, Highlanders beat …

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Nhau/Indaba Entertainment Diary

This weekend marks the beginning of the second half of the year 2023. As the days go by, Zimbabwe’s musicians are now at their peak with merrymakers and night enthusiasts across the country in for splendid performances.Here is a rundown of what is lined up: Music Galore At Winter Warmer …

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Cheap Sugar Imports Affecting Industry: Tongaat Huletts

Listed sugar processor, Tongaat Huletts says cheaper sugar imports are negatively affecting the country’s local industry by depressing sales volumes amid concerns of exposing consumers to health hazards. Presenting the financial performance for the year 2023, Tongaat’s chairman, Canaan Dube said the Statutory Instrument 98 implemented by the government last …

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Gvt Marks Time On Perks Civil Service Pay Rise

Public Service Minister Paul Mavima has dismissed claims of a pending pay rise for civil servants, saying the government is yet to come up with a new pay package for its troubled workforce. This follows reports the government was in the process of drawing a package of US$150 for the …

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Tax Burden For Payers As Govt Assumes Central Bank Debts

The government’s decision to assume the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ)’s external debt has been done without consulting Parliament, which is likely to weigh heavily on already burdened taxpayers, a civil society group, the Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (Zimcodd), has said. Last week, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, through his …

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ZPP Candidate Vows To Pay $2OO Billion For Economy If Elected

One of the 11 presidential candidates, Professor Blessing Kasiyamhuru, of the Zimbabwe Partnership for Prosperity (ZIPP) party claims that if elected, he would establish a US$200 billion economy for the country through investment partnerships inspired by “spiritual intelligence” within five years. Prof. Kasiyamhuru is running for president for the second …

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TelOne Suffers US$7,4m Loss As Local Currency Crashes

State-Owned telecom firm, TelOne, says government’s delay in paying its debt has caused a loss of US$7,4 million on its balance sheet as the local currency continues to depreciate. The Zimdollar has lost value significantly this year against the United States dollar to reach $6 299,32 as of yesterday. This …

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SA Home Affairs Minister Motsoaledi To Appeal ZEP Judgments

Home Affairs Minister, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi will challenge the two judgments delivered by the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria, which declared his decision to terminate the Zimbabwean Exemption Permit (ZEP) as unlawful, unconstitutional and invalid. The court also granted an interim interdict which restrains government from detaining or deporting …

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