Companies, industries, sectors, and economies are dynamic and constantly evolving. Inflection points are more significant than the small day-to-day progress typically made, and the effects of the change are often well known and widespread.
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The defender is on loan from Aces Youth Academy and it is understood a club in South Africa has been following his progress for quite some time and wants to have a closer assessment of him with a view to signing him ahead of the 2022-23 season.
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While Viset holds no brief for anyone operating outside the laws of the country, we are particularly drawn to Muguti’s claim that as much as US$250 000 a day is being pocketed by space barons in highly populated market areas such as Mbare Musika, Glen View and Mupedzanhamo.
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We’re pulling out sinners from the grip of the devil (evangelism and soul winning) and making them Bible students (pastoral teaching). Apostle Paul paints this twin nature tersely in 1 Timothy 2:4, “Who [God] will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth.”
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Kumar grew up in Rusape where he did his primary at Highveld and later moved to Peterhouse Boys High in Marondera for secondary education. Thereafter, he enrolled at Mutare Hillcrest College where he studied information technology and attained an advanced diploma in computer sciences.
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Yasser Parker thought he had fulfilled his childhood dream by becoming a professional cricket player. He enjoyed his days in front of the crowds, playing a sport that even took him overseas. Then, seven years into his chosen career, the future began to look less rosy.
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In a statement early this week, WCoZ said: “We are concerned about the increasing violence against women and girls and the untimely reaction in detecting, investigating and resolving cases of such violence within households and communities.
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Despite spending millions of dollars financing command agriculture programmes, Zimbabwe is still food insecure, with more than five million citizens in dire need of food aid, according to humanitarian agencies.
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“Nurse attrition from 2015 total number is 97. Every time we lose good nurses, we will be left with junior nurses which gives us a hard time because they relocate for greener pastures. In 2015, we had four who resigned, 2016 we had three, 2017 we had 13, 2018 we had 12, 2019 we had 15, 2020 we had 13, 2021 we had 20 and in 2022, so far we have 17. So the statistics show that we have lost many nurses at this hospital,” Zulu said.
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Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe on Tuesday said that the swap provided by China in December 2021 was entered into by officials of the then-Government to deceive the public, reported The Morning.
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His supporters say he is an anti-establishment hero who has been victimised because he exposed U.S. wrongdoing in conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq, and that his prosecution is a politically motivated assault on journalism and free speech.
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In a complaint filed in federal court in Manhattan, plaintiff Keith Johnson accused Musk, electric car company Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) and space tourism company SpaceX of racketeering for touting Dogecoin and driving up its price, only to then let the price tumble.
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The deal, which is at an advanced stage, is being coordinated by two local financial companies Stratus Capital Partners, an asset management firm, and Bard Santner Markets Inc, a new Harare-based financial advisory firm.
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Zec director of research and development manager Anthony Chikutsa said young people in the country were backsliding in terms of participating in electoral processes because they did not have enough information.
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The onslaught on journalists began with the enactment of the infamous Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act, enacted as the Southern African State descended further into dictatorship under the now late former President Robert Mugabe.
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Ndewere is challenging her dismissal from the bench after President Emmerson Mnangagwa fired her last year when the Justice Simbi Mubako-led tribunal found her guilty of misconduct. Other members of the tribunal were lawyers Charles Warara and Yvonne Masvora.
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The CSOs, under the banner of the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (NGO Forum) said there has been rising loss of lives through politically-motivated violence, the latest being the murder of opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) member Moreblessing Ali in Nyatsime by a suspected Zanu PF activist.
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Hova, who is the president of the Zimbabwe Petroleum and Allied Workers Union (Zipawu), was suspended from duty on April 23, 2022 for participating at a Press conference that exposed corruption within Noic.
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The plan has been in place for several years, but it became a crucial part of Zimbabwe’s battle to stem economic decline ever since bloody confrontations exploded between Russia and Ukraine in February. This sparked shortages in a cluster of crucial commodities, including wheat and oil.
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That listing will become the fifth this year following Morgan & Co’s listing, its second ETF called “Made in Zimbabwe” on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) yesterday in Harare. The ETF will primarily invest in manufacturing firms.
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They are expected to then proceed to Egypt where they have also been invited by Pyramid FC for another assessment. That effectively rules them out of Dynamos league match against Yadah on Sunday next week when football resumes after a two-week mid-season break.
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The alleged cross-border rocket attacks on Friday are part of an escalating dispute between the Central African neighbours, and are linked to a fresh offensive by the M23 rebel group that Congo has accused Rwanda of supporting.
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Banda addressed a Press conference in Harare yesterday, two days after his reinstatement to the board was ratified by the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC), where he disclosed that his executive committee was in touch with Fifa.
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The medical name for not being able to control your pee is enuresis. Sometimes enuresis is also called involuntary urination. Nocturnal enuresis is involuntary urination that happens at night while sleeping, after the age when a person should be able to control his or her bladder. (Involuntary urination that happens during the day is known as diurnal enuresis.)
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Xaba is being charged with inciting public violence. Initially he was charged with theft of US$14 500, a gun licence and a laptop from an alleged farm invader Ambrose Flyod, but the theft charges were later dropped.
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It’s been a steep learning curve for the Zimbabwean outfit during their participation in the highly competitive South African second-tier competition, which they are using to prepare for the Rugby World Cup qualifiers to be played in France next month.
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