Tag: 17 September 2014

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Stop this madness

via Stop this madness - DailyNews Live 16 September 2014 HARARE - In yesterday's edition, we reported on how $50 million worth of diamond cash — be ...

Govt to clamp down on phone cards, used cans littering

via Govt to clamp down on phone cards, used cans littering - NewsDay Zimbabwe September 16, 2014 GOVERNMENT says it will soon introduce an anti-lit ...

Baba Jukwa suspect fined for possession of firearm

via Baba Jukwa suspect fined for possession of firearm - NewsDay Zimbabwe September 16, 2014 THE suspected author of the controversial Baba Jukwa F ...

Kasukuwere threatens to evict 3 500 timber plantation settlers

via Kasukuwere threatens to evict 3 500 timber plantation settlers - NewsDay Zimbabwe September 16, 2014 ENVIRONMENT minister Saviour Kasukuwere ye ...

Govt must reduce wage bill

via Govt must reduce wage bill - DailyNews Live 16 September 2014 HARARE - The recent introduction of various taxes by the government at a time lif ...

Mixed fortunes for mining sector

via Mixed fortunes for mining sector - NewsDay Zimbabwe September 16, 2014 PLAYERS in the mining sector are set to record mixed fortunes in the sec ...

World Bank approves establishment of development fund

via World Bank approves establishment of private sector development fund - NewsDay Zimbabwe  16 September 2014 by Ndamu Sandu THE World Bank has ap ...

China’s lesson and response to Zimbabwe

via China’s lesson and response to Zimbabwe - NewsDay Zimbabwe September 16, 2014 The expected cash bailout from China did not materialise and Fina ...

Russia, Zimbabwe to Develop Nation’s Biggest Platinum Mine

via Russia, Zimbabwe to Develop Nation’s Biggest Platinum Mine - Bloomberg 15 September 2014 by Godfrey Marawanyika and Brian Latham Russia and Z ...

Supreme Court gives nod for sale of 29 AirZim vehicles

via Supreme Court gives nod for sale of 29 AirZim vehicles - NewsDay Zimbabwe September 16, 2014 THE Supreme Court yesterday gave the nod for 29 Ai ...
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