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Zimbabwe First Lady Grace Mugabe calls for beheading of rapists

The main new headline in Zimbabwe’s media on Sunday was a call by First Lady Grace Mugabe for the beheading of sexual offenders as the southern African country battles to contain a rising rape scourge.The state-run Sunday Mail and private weekly The Standard both carried stories on Mugabe’s address during …

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Encouraging Zimbabwe, Iran made great achievements under sanctions

Iran has made great achievements under the US-engineered sanctions and Iranians have learned to make use of pressures and attain self-sufficiency in various sectors, says a senior Iranian official. Iran’s First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri said on Saturday that the Iranian nation has learned to use Western pressures to attain …

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Today’s Millionaire – Nick Price Golfer

Nick Price was born in South Africa to English parents who moved the family to Rhodesia when Price was very young. Price would become a citizen, even serving in the Rhodesian Army during that country’s civil war (from which it emerged as Zimbabwe). An older brother introduced Price to golf, …

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Morgan Tsvangirai’s ex-girlfriend Loretha goes after properties

Tsvangirai’s ex-girlfriend Loretha goes after properties Biti accused of assisting Loretha More exclusive pictures delivered to The Sunday Mail Renewal Team slams ‘seducer’ Tsvangirai Loretha Nyathi Ms Loretha Nyathi, Morgan Tsvangirai’s ex-girlfriend. MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai’s properties are under siege from his 25-year-old ex-girlfriend, Ms Loretha Nyathi, who is …

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Eddie Cross – Rebuilding Zim’s Economy From Scratch

WE talk glibly about a globalised world without really understanding just what it means. In Zimbabwe we are emerging from a century of controlled market policy and harsh exchange controls that gave near total protection to local industries. The result was a small but tough and resilient economy that pursued …

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Investors misunderstand Zim’s indigenisation policy, says official

By: Zandile Mavuso Misunderstanding of Zimbabwe’s indigenisation policy has seen foreign investors shy away from the country’s mining industry, according to the country’s embassy in South Africa. In 2008, President Robert Mugabe, signed the Indigenisation and Economic Policy into law, in terms of which 51% of all foreign- and white-owned businessses must …

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Zimbabwe $2,4bn agriculture fund launched

Agriculture Reporters Thousands of farmers are set to benefit from a US$2,4 billion agriculture fund launched at the Zanu-PF headquarters in Harare yesterday. The fund is a joint venture initiative between a local organisation Lasch Enterprises and the Zanu-PF Youth League with assistance from various ministries, to help address youth unemployment …

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Today’s Millionaire – Divine Ndhlukula of Securico

Divine Ndhlukula, a Zimbabwean national, is the founder and Managing Director of SECURICO, one of Zimbabwe’s largest security companies. The Harare-based outfit is a market leader in the provision of bespoke guarding services and cutting-edge electronic security solutions. Ndhlukula has done remarkably well. In less than 15 years of doing …

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