Netone has officially put an end to all hopes of a return to the state owned company by the beleaguered former Chief Executive Officer, Reward Kangai after publicly initiating the recruitment process for a new boss.
Reward Kangai was suspended last year before his official dismissal on allegations of
Minister of Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Christopher Mushohwe has urged journalists to objectively report on issues that promote nation building as well as selling the brand Zimbabwe
Mushohwe made the remarks at the National Sports Stadium where he had gone to assess preparations for the
The Zimbabwe Under-19 side will host the Namibia Under-19s for five youth one-day international (ODI) matches scheduled for Harare next week.
The series is set to start with the first game on Monday, the 24th of April, with the second match penciled for the following day.
Movement for Democratic Change President, Morgan Tsvangirai has revealed that the 2005 split that led to formation of splinter MDC formation led by his former Secretary General, Professor Welshman Ncube 'costed' him victory in the 2008 harmonized elections.
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Tsvangirai made the remarks after signing
Midlands Rhinos – 131 all out in 50.1 overs (PJ Moor 58, Remembrance Nyathi 21, Tinashe Panyangara 19; Shingi Masakadza 5/52, Natsai M’shangwe 3/9, Tendai Chatara 2/29)
Manicaland Mountaineers – 74 for 3 in 28.3 overs (Innocent Kaia 33, Kevin Kasuza 18, Vusi Sibanda 16; Carl
In Zimbabwe, big companies rely on data mining to get information on consumer behavior to enable them to package their goods and services that meet the needs and demands of their targeted market.
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ZIMBABWEAN authorities have let the cat out of the bag after explicitly revealing and confirming the First Family’s interests in a
fertile farm in Mazowe in Mashonaland Central province, where several villagers have endured persecution from proxies of President Robert Mugabe’s wife, Grace.
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The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) is said to be planning to block opposition political party technical experts from participating in the Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) field test pilot project set to take place before the end of the month, with opposition vowing to defy the
Dynamos coach, Lloyd Mutasa believes winning the Independence trophy will boost morale in his newly assembled team of youngsters most of whom do not have experience in the premier league.
Mutasa's team made of talented players such as Quality Kangadzi, Peace Makaha and Emanuel Mandiranga among