Dynamos Coach Runs Out of Patience

[The Herald] Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa could be losing patience with Lincoln Zvasiya and Denver Mukamba who apparently have failed to shed off their bad boy behaviour and have ended up disrupting the team. The pair last week caused fresh headaches to …

[The Herald] Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa could be losing patience with Lincoln Zvasiya and Denver Mukamba who apparently have failed to shed off their bad boy behaviour and have ended up disrupting the team. The pair last week caused fresh headaches to their coach when they failed to report for training ahead of a crucial top-of-the-table clash at Ngezi Platinum Stars.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Uhuru Energy Secures U.S.$51 Million for Solar Project

[The Herald] Independent Power Producer, Uhuru Energy, has secured $51 million from a Chinese State-owned firm for the first phase of its $300 million solar photovoltaic project. Under the project, Uhuru Energy will set up combined solar photovoltaic p…

[The Herald] Independent Power Producer, Uhuru Energy, has secured $51 million from a Chinese State-owned firm for the first phase of its $300 million solar photovoltaic project. Under the project, Uhuru Energy will set up combined solar photovoltaic power plants with a total capacity of 310 megawatts, making it the country's largest investment into renewable energy. Phase One of the project, which will be set up in Donnington West in Bulawayo, will cost $60 million while phases 2 to 4 will cost $240 million. The Chine

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Farmers Start Wheat Deliveries to Grain Marketing Board

[The Herald] Farmers have started delivering their winter wheat to the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) depots across the country. Most of the farmers who are delivering the crop are the ones who benefited from the Command Agriculture programme. Agriculture…

[The Herald] Farmers have started delivering their winter wheat to the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) depots across the country. Most of the farmers who are delivering the crop are the ones who benefited from the Command Agriculture programme. Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Deputy Minister (Cropping) Davis Marapira confirmed that wheat harvesting had started in most areas.

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New Car Purchases On the Rebound

[CAJ News] Johannesburg -NEW car purchases in South Africa may once again rise as manufacturers and dealers go out of their way to tempt buyers through discounts, preferential interest rates and trade assistance.

[CAJ News] Johannesburg -NEW car purchases in South Africa may once again rise as manufacturers and dealers go out of their way to tempt buyers through discounts, preferential interest rates and trade assistance.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Hwange’s Coal Project to Boost Exports

[The Herald] After successfully launching Project Gijima – a rapid results initiative – Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL), is banking on Project Gijima 2 to boost its export sales through selling of underground coal and coking coal to other countr…

[The Herald] After successfully launching Project Gijima - a rapid results initiative - Hwange Colliery Company Limited (HCCL), is banking on Project Gijima 2 to boost its export sales through selling of underground coal and coking coal to other countries in an effort to earn more foreign currency. Hwange, which is expected to reach 400 000 tonnes monthly production by December, is now pushing for an increase in export sales to earn the much needed foreign exchange for the coal miner to expand its operations.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Bemoans Central Vehicle Registry’s Outdated Equipment

[The Herald] The Central Vehicle Registry (VID) is using antiquated equipment donated in 1983 for metal licence disc production resulting in a huge backlog at the organisation. Director responsible for transport in the Ministry of Transport and Infrast…

[The Herald] The Central Vehicle Registry (VID) is using antiquated equipment donated in 1983 for metal licence disc production resulting in a huge backlog at the organisation. Director responsible for transport in the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development Mr Allowance Sango said this when he appeared before the Portfolio Committee on Transport and Infrastructure Development.

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Khaudum Gets 42 Staff Houses and Other Facilities

[New Era] Khaudum -Minister of Environment and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta, last Thursday inaugurated new facilities in Khaudum National Park, which include a new park management station, tourist receptions with workshops and 42 staff houses.

[New Era] Khaudum -Minister of Environment and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta, last Thursday inaugurated new facilities in Khaudum National Park, which include a new park management station, tourist receptions with workshops and 42 staff houses.

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