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The foundations of the Marshall Plan with Africa

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Globalisation and its sidekick, free trade, are sold to us as the ways for African nations...

Zesa switches off farmers, Cairns deal in jeopardy

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Zimbabwe’s impending hunger

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Govt fails to recover loans from parastatals

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Zimplats in $1,7m loss on weak prices

THE country's largest platinum miner Zimplats on Friday reported a loss after royalties of $1, 7...

Kariba repair delayed but World Bank says no danger

"Urgent" repairs to the Kariba dam on the Zambezi river have been delayed for two years,...

Potraz seen boosting telcos revenue

BULAWAYO: The Postal and Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) has increased the voice tariffs charged by...

Farmers reject 49pct power price hike

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China’s imports from Africa plummet in 2015

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