ZBC: Robson Mhandu leaves broadcaster; CEO resigns after being suspended

By Staff Reporter ZIMBABWE Broadcasting Corporation CEO, Adelaide Chikunguru, has resigned a day after being suspended pending investigations. Chikunguru had
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Mnangagwa ‘retires’ Airforce head same day bomb scare grounds Zanu PF’s leader flight

By Staff Reporter PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has “retired” the head of the Air Force of Zimbabwe on the same day
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Mnangagwa abandons trip after a bomb scare at Victoria Falls Airport; other flights diverted

By Associated Press HARARE: A bomb scare shut down Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls Airport on Friday, forcing the country’s president to
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Family first for Zimbabwe’s Vincent brothers despite LIV Golf team rivalry

By Reuters Zimbabwe’s Scott Vincent and younger brother Kieran may be on different LIV Golf teams but “family trumps everything”
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WORLD BANK: Zimbabwe needs predictable policy to support currency; ZimDollar down 60% this year

By Reuters Zimbabwe needs to make its fiscal and monetary policy more predictable to instil confidence in its depreciating currency,
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UK-listed Galileo reaches 80% shareholding in Zim-focused BC Ventures

By Agencies London-listed Galileo Resources has met all conditions required to acquire an additional 51% shareholding in BC Ventures, which, coupled
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Khama Billiat opens up on his Yadah FC move

By Agencies HARARE: Former Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns playmaker Khama Billiat has opened up about his move to lowly-ranked
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Fresh from a deadly cholera outbreak, Zambia declares drought a national emergency

By Associated Press HARARE: Zambian President Hakainde Hichilema Thursday declared the country’s debilitating drought a national disaster and emergency, saying
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Chelsea ordered to pay £4.25m for wonderkid born to Zimbabwean parents

By Sports Reporter ENGLAND: A UK tribunal has ordered Chelsea to pay premier league rivals Brighton a record £4.25million compensation
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DROUGHT: Crops wither in Zimbabwe as dry spell bites

By Xinhua BEATRICE: Holding hands behind her back, Jane Chari looked at her wilting maize crop in a parched field
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