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Nigel Mugamu is extremely passionate about the use of tech in Africa, travel, wine, Man Utd, current affairs and Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe Women Crumble To Eight-Wicket Defeat In First ODI

Zimbabwe Women – 48 all out in 23.2 overs (Precious Marange 17, Chiedza Dhururu 7, Modester Mupachikwa 6; Nahida Akter 3/2, Salma Khatun 3/6, Jahanara Alam 3/18) Bangladesh Women – 49-2 in 10.4 overs (Rumana Ahmed 16*, Fargana Hoque 11*, Sharmin Akhter 8; Precious Marange 1/11, Esther Mbofana 1/18) Bangladesh Women won by eight wickets […]

ERC Dismayed By The Failure Of ZEC To Provide 2018 And 2019 Accounts For Audit

The Election Resource Centre (ERC) notes with dismay the failure by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to provide 2018 and 2019 accounts for audit to the Auditor General. We take this opportunity to remind ZEC that the Principles of Public Administration and Leadership under section 195 of the Constitution requires all institutions and agencies of […]

SA Restaurants Get A reprieve

The 20h00 Sunday July 11 “family meeting” address by President Cyril Ramaphosa held few surprises for the Covid-disrupted South African economy, as the Delta variant of the virus spreads across the country. Most notably, the restaurant industry got a reprieve. The restrictions will now allow customers to enter restaurants, sit down and have a meal indoors, under […]

Kaitano Enjoys Dream Debut Before Zimbabwe Batting Crumbles

Bangladesh – 468 and 45 in 17 overs (Shadman Islam 22*, Saif Hassan 20*) Zimbabwe – 276 all out in 111.5 overs (Takudzwanashe Kaitano 87, Brendan Taylor 81, Milton Shumba 41; Mehidy Hasan Miraz 5/82, Shakib Al Hasan 4/82, Taskin Ahmed 1/46) Day 3 – Stumps: Bangladesh lead by 237 runs Takudzwanashe Kaitano enjoyed a […]

Op-Ed: The G20 Faces Three Big Tests

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve heard a lot about global solidarity. Unfortunately, words by themselves will not end the pandemic – or curb the impact of the climate crisis. Now is the moment to show what solidarity means in practice. As G20 Finance Ministers meet in Venice, they face three crucial solidarity […]

Tourism Business Council Concerned About Calls For A National Lockdown

The Tourism Business Council of Zimbabwe has expressed deep concern over the reported call by the Confederation of Zimbabwean Retailers for a national lockdown. The president of the Tourism Business Council of Zimbabwe, Wengayi Nhau, said today (Friday June 25): ‘The travel and tourism sector has been in the forefront of efforts to support the […]