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Editorail Comment: Forward Africa in unity, peace

Today the continent commemorates Africa Day, a day set aside to celebrate the birth of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) now the African Union (AU) on May 25, 1963 when 32 independent countries came together to forge unity. The last country to join the AU was South Sudan on July 27, 2011, with Morocco […]

Sports
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Spanish La Liga given green light to restart

MADRID. — Spain’s prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, has given the green light for football to return in the week beginning June 8, allowing La Liga to go ahead with plans to restart the First Division with the Seville derby on June 12. A formal announcement on the date of the return to competition will be […]

Sports
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Dynamos make tremendous Club Licensing strides

Tadious Manyepo Sports Reporter DYNAMOS were yesterday morning conducting a virtual executive conference as they are leaving no stone unturned in their bid to professionalise their operations. The Premiership football giants have silently been addressing their flaws to comply with Club Licensing requirements. Virtually all Premiership teams had huge Club Licensing gaps last season and […]

Business
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RBZ directs banks to relax terms for borrowers

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has directed banks to relax credit granting requirements as it moves to provide credit support to firms that have been hit by the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent national economic lockdown. The Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent national lockdown undermined the viability of business concerns and naturally banks are likely […]

Sports
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Magical Stix, sad case of greatness denied

Charles Mabika Special Correspondent THERE is no doubt former Warriors skipper, Stanford “Stix” Mutizwa, is one of the finest attacking midfielders produced in this country. There is also no doubt the ex-CAPS United and Black Rhinos play-maker is one of the best dribbling wizards seen on a football pitch locally. When Stix starred for the […]

Sports
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When Bruce’s audacious plan flopped

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor IN today’s world, where football has turned itself into a multi-billion dollar industry, it’s normal for Neymar to arrive at a Brazil training session in a chartered US$15 million helicopter. Or, for Neymar, Lionel Messi and Javier Mascherano to fly on the Brazilian superstar’s US$13.5 million luxury private jet from […]

Zimbabwe
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Youths want more land

Patrick Chitumba Midlands Bureau Chief Youths in agriculture have commended Government for undertaking the land audit, and hope that they benefit from the repossession of land from multiple farm owners. The youths want to participate in boosting agricultural production and consequently, economic transformation. Statistics show that of the three million farmers in Zimbabwe, 40 percent […]

Business
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Biggest power demand plunge since Great Depression

Mark Chediak, Chris Martin and Rachel Morison The global plunge in electricity demand will drag on long after nations lift stay-at-home orders, leading to the biggest annual drop since the Great Depression and fundamentally reshaping power markets. As economies struggle to recover, worldwide electricity consumption will decline 5 percent in 2020, the most in more […]

Business
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Zimplow’s Q1 in target range

Business Reporter Listed agricultural implements manufacturer Zimplow Holdings’ business, was largely unaffected by Covid-19 during the first three months of year although a difficult operating environment took some toll. Locally, Covid-19’s impact was felt at the very end of the quarter when Government moved to impose an initial three-week lockdown from March 30. But the […]

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