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Today’s Millionaire – Benjani Mwaruwari Footballer

ZIMBABWE soccer captain and Manchester City striker Benjani Mwaruwari’s success story reads like a fairytale. He played in the Zimbabwean Premier League for not more than a year, and he was off on a journey that has taken him around the world. This is The Truth About Benjani Mwaruwari:Born: August …

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Dr. J. Nozipo Maraire Zimbabwe Neurosurgeon

J. Nozipo Maraire (born in Mangula, Southern Rhodesia in 1964) is a Zimbabwean doctor, entrepreneur and writer. She is the author of Zenzele: A Letter for My Daughter. The novel was published in 1996, was a New York Times “Notable Book of the Year” and a Boston Globe bestseller. It has been published and translated into over …

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Telecel seeking $200m for network expansion

Mobile network operator Telecel Zimbabwe is seeking $200 million to increase its third generation (3G) network coverage and grow subscriber base to 5,5 million by year end. Telecel is the second largest operator in Zimbabwe after Econet with more than 4,7 million connected subscribers and 2,35 million active subscribers. Giving …

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Allan Gray invests in Zimbabwean beer and cellphones

Despite Zimbabwe’s shrinking economy, Allan Gray is upping its stakes in the Zimbabwean sorghum beer and mobile phone markets. Zimbabwe’s deteriorating economy and a stock market that’s fallen more than any other in Africa this year are doing nothing to scare off one of South Africa’s biggest money managers. Allan …

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Zim not reviewing Indigenisation Act

Harare – The Zimbabwe Government on Thursday denied reports that it is in the process of amending the Indigenisation and Empowerment Act. Recent media reports indicated that the Government was in the process of reviewing the indigenisation and empowerment policy to facilitate sector-specific implementation. The Production Sharing Model (PSM) and …

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Zimbabwe to Appeal to U.S. Congress as Ivory Ban Hits Hunting

By Brian Latham Zimbabwe’s government will lobby a U.S. congressional panel in attempt to overturn a ban on ivory sales from the southern African nation that it says will damage its sport hunting industry. The U.S. banned imports of ivory from Zimbabwe and Tanzania in February, citing uncertainty over whether …

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IMF says Zimbabwe’s economy is “fragile”, urges reforms

* IMF sees 3.1 pct growth, half of government’s forecast * Government has said it not ready to cut public wage bill * Zimbabwe has only two weeks import cover in reserves By MacDonald Dzirutwe HARARE, June 23 (Reuters) – Zimbabwe’s economy remains fragile and the government should undertake comprehensive …

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