Zimbabwe is currently serving a Fifa ban, which was imposed in February for what the international football body termed third party interference by the government in the running of the game in the country.
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The document, which is dated April 8, 2019 reads: “Extract of minutes of a board meeting held at Harare, Zimbabwe on Monday, 8 April 2019. It was agreed that after the acquisition of the Cold Storage Company Zimbabwe and its subsidiary Wetblue Industries Pvt Ltd by Boustead Beef Zimbabwe Pvt Ltd, that the subsidiary be removed from judicial management”.
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The development came barely a week after Ndiraya’s high-riding Dynamos lost top spot to Chicken Inn in the race for the championships after unruly behaviour by the team's fans caused the abandonment of their high profile clash with arch-rivals Highlanders at Barbourfields Stadium.
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US acting ambassador to Zimbabwe Thomas Hastings, who is also the charge d’affaires, told The Standard in an interview that Mnangagwa has done little to erase the country’s ‘bad-boy’ image for the normalisation of relations and lifting of targeted sanctions to happen.
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BY DOCTOR STOP IT During our time, State House was a respectable place but your new rulers have turned it into a playground for shady characters. Ngwena has received more guests in his short five years in power than Baba did in the 37 years that he ruled you. These days almost every day there […]
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In mid-January, The Standard, working in collaboration with Information for Development Trust, a non-governmental organisation running investigative reporting projects, exposed Voedsel for underpaying tobacco farmers contracted by it and attempting to bribe a journalist who probed the stand-off with its clients.
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Traveling during the off-season is an excellent way to get the most bang for your buck. If you can be flexible with your vacation dates, you will be able to take advantage of some extremely generous low season rates given by many safari lodges.
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The Bible tells us of what transpired after the gathered people decided to leave from the sight of the presence of God at Mt Sinai. In Exodus 20, verses 18-22 details what the scriptures tell us of what happened immediately after the tenth of many other commandments to follow were spoken by the Lord.
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In a quarterly review covering the first three months of 2022, ZPC, a unit of power utility Zesa Holdings, said small thermal power stations contributed only 1% to total electricity output during the period.
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It is also important to note that had it not been for the two years of football inactivity lost to the Covid-19 outbreak the number of coaches, who have served longer at their clubs in the premiership could be smaller.
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A month-long investigation by The Standard in collaboration with Information for Development Trust (IDT), a non-profit organisation helping journalists probe corruption and bad governance in Zimbabwe and Southern Africa, revealed that the abused machine operator’s shocking experience at the hands of his supervisor was not an isolated incident at the Chinese- owned coal mines in and around Hwange.
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Under Mnangagwa’s investment policy reforms that came into force after the coup in 2017, Zimbabwe has been pursuing a strategy that gives it leverage over regional peers in terms of attracting foreign direct investment (FDI).
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Investigations supported by Information for Development Trust (IDT) — a non-profit making outfit probing bad governance — showed that Marange women were subjected to an array of gross human rights violations and crimes.
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The Fiddler has decided to embark on a world tour with all first-class expenses generously paid by the editor of The Standard in order to take advantage of the myriad delights on offer stemming from wrongly translated instructions.
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Fredrick Mubaira’s High Court battle to repossess gold and lithium fields at Goromonzi-based Arcadia Mine further exposes shocking laxity in mineral claims administration in Zimbabwe, where wrangles have swamped the legal system.
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Human nature is evil. The oppressed does not hate the oppressor because of oppression in generic terms. He hates the oppressor because he misses out on the privileges of oppression, which he sees his oppressor enjoying every day.
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Despite the difference in their genres and the nature of their brands, Winky D and Jah Prayzah’s profiles have been placed on parallel competitive lanes by their set of fans. That competition will be re-ignited when the two share the stage for the first time this year in Bulawayo.
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You know if you have a crisis and it involves a financial situation, or a moral situation it is one thing, but when you are dealing with human lives it is really very important to make sure that the prime focus is on a) the regret of loss of life, b) making sure that those who survive both in the families and in the business are treated properly.
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On Friday he told The Standard that he had been receiving death threats, but quickly pointed out that he would not be intimidated to drop his court challenge or flee the country before the matter was heard.
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