Don’t Abuse Football Legend Shaya, Ex-Teammates Told

[The Herald] GEORGE SHAYA’S wife has come out guns blazing accusing her husband’s former teammates of allegedly abusing the ailing Glamour Boys legend in their endless factional fights. Agnes Shaya yesterday opened up to The Herald ahead of Dynamos’ an…

[The Herald] GEORGE SHAYA'S wife has come out guns blazing accusing her husband's former teammates of allegedly abusing the ailing Glamour Boys legend in their endless factional fights. Agnes Shaya yesterday opened up to The Herald ahead of Dynamos' annual meeting scheduled for Sunday. She said the 70-year-old Shaya, who has been ill for some time, has no energy for the fights and needs to enjoy his rest.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Politicising Safety Issues Will Destroy Aviation Industry’

[This Day] A former Managing Director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Mr. Sule Ozenua has warned that subjecting critical safety issues to political debate would finally kill the beleaguered aviation industry and make Nigeria lose …

[This Day] A former Managing Director of the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Mr. Sule Ozenua has warned that subjecting critical safety issues to political debate would finally kill the beleaguered aviation industry and make Nigeria lose international ratings it has gained over the years.

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Legality of Debt Collectors Challenged

[The Herald] The legality of debt collectors in Zimbabwe is now under the spotlight after a Harare woman approached the High Court seeking an order declaring their operations illegal. It is argued that there is no Act of Parliament that empowers debt c…

[The Herald] The legality of debt collectors in Zimbabwe is now under the spotlight after a Harare woman approached the High Court seeking an order declaring their operations illegal. It is argued that there is no Act of Parliament that empowers debt collectors to demand payment, to issue threats or summons on behalf of creditors.

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Zimbabwe Most Expensive Tourist Destination in Region

[The Herald] Isdore Guvamombe -Zimbabwe is by far the most expensive tourist destination compared to other destinations in the Sadc region and beyond. But for the benefit of all and sundry, let me restrict this instalment to the Sadc region.

[The Herald] Isdore Guvamombe -Zimbabwe is by far the most expensive tourist destination compared to other destinations in the Sadc region and beyond. But for the benefit of all and sundry, let me restrict this instalment to the Sadc region.

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Factors Hindering Exports

[This Day] Eromosele Abiodun highlights the factors hampering exports from Nigerian ports and some of the remedies provided by industry stakeholders

[This Day] Eromosele Abiodun highlights the factors hampering exports from Nigerian ports and some of the remedies provided by industry stakeholders

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Divided PSL Conference On

[The Herald] THE Premier Soccer League will this morning hold a crucial indaba amid divisions within the top-flight club’s leaders which culminated in the resignation of Chicken Inn boss Lifa Ncube. A civil war has been raging among the top-flight club…

[The Herald] THE Premier Soccer League will this morning hold a crucial indaba amid divisions within the top-flight club's leaders which culminated in the resignation of Chicken Inn boss Lifa Ncube. A civil war has been raging among the top-flight club's leaders, sparked by divisions over how they handle their fallout with ZIFA over relegation and promotion.

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Boxing Star Manyuchi Set for Glory

[The Herald] BOXER Charles Manyuchi is the favourite to win big tonight when the country honours its outstanding sportsmen and women at the Annual National Sports Awards, but there is no doubt the winner should have been footballer Khama Billiat. While…

[The Herald] BOXER Charles Manyuchi is the favourite to win big tonight when the country honours its outstanding sportsmen and women at the Annual National Sports Awards, but there is no doubt the winner should have been footballer Khama Billiat. While 2016 was an Olympic year, Zimbabwe struggled to make an impression at the Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, as the athletes came back home empty-handed.

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Govt Earmarks More Special Economic Zones

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT has earmarked the Norton and Mazowe areas for agriculture Special Economic Zones as part of efforts to attract foreign capital and to increase production.

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT has earmarked the Norton and Mazowe areas for agriculture Special Economic Zones as part of efforts to attract foreign capital and to increase production.

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Blackout At APC National Secretariat As Power Minister Meets Oyegun

[This Day] Abuja -The national secretariat of the All Progressives Congress (APC) was for a moment struck by power outage yesterday when the National Chairman, Chief John Odigie Oyegun and Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola were en…

[This Day] Abuja -The national secretariat of the All Progressives Congress (APC) was for a moment struck by power outage yesterday when the National Chairman, Chief John Odigie Oyegun and Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola were engaged in a closed-door meeting.

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