Zimbabwe sugar workers demand 100-percent increment
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Zimbabwe sugar workers demand 100-percent increment

from TINO PEPUKAI in Chiredzi CHIREDZI, (CAJ News) – WORKERS in Zimbabwe’s sugar industry are demanding that their salaries be doubled in line with the rising cost of living. Unions have cited the escalating inflation…

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Inside Zifa wars: Kamambo vs Chiyangwa
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Inside Zifa wars: Kamambo vs Chiyangwa

by WELLINGTON TONIHARARE, (CAJ News) – JUST how dirty can Zimbabwe football get? Current Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) President Felton Kamambo and his predecessor Phillip Chiyangwa (also Cosafa president) are fighting a bitter cold war that has seen…

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20 refugees dead in stampede for food aid
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20 refugees dead in stampede for food aid

from AHMED OBAFEMI in Maiduguri, NigeriaMAIDUGURI, (CAJ News) – THE death of 20 people during a stampede over food and cash aid in Niger is the latest catastrophe in a crisis perpetrated by the Boko Haram terror group. Women and…

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Mobile banking hits CABS as it shuts down 18 branches
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Mobile banking hits CABS as it shuts down 18 branches

by WELLINGTON TONI HARARE, (CAJ News) – OLD MUTUAL Group-owned Central Africa Building Society (CABS) bank is shutting down 18 branches across four provinces in Zimbabwe as part of their rationalization process due to a…

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Avon, David Tlale alliance offers bespoke beauty products
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Avon, David Tlale alliance offers bespoke beauty products

from MTHULISI SIBANDA in Johannesburg, SAJOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – A STUDY by global market research and consumer data company, Statista, indicates that the fashion industry in South Africa raked in revenues of R9,6 billion (US$639,3 million) in 2019…

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Tongaat Hullet to retrench 5000 workers
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Tongaat Hullet to retrench 5000 workers

from KHUMBULANI TARUVANDA in ChiredziCHIREDZI, (CAJ News) – ZIMBABWE’S largest sugarcane producer has announced a massive retrenchment exercise, citing the harsh trading conditions in the country. In a statement, Tongaat Hullet noted it intended to shed off about 5000 workers…

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Gvt bars community radio stations from broadcasting politics
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Gvt bars community radio stations from broadcasting politics

from WELLINGTON TONI in Gweru GWERU, (CAJ News) – THE government has barred community radio stations from broadcasting politics once licenced, something which goes against press freedom. Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services permanent secretary Nick…

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Banks in war of words over ballooning Africa debt
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Banks in war of words over ballooning Africa debt

from ALEXIS DOUMBIA in Abidjan, Ivory CoastABIDJAN, (CAJ News) – THE African Development Bank (AfDB) has reacted strongly to accusations by the Word Bank Group that it was contributing to the continent’s debt problems. AfDB’s reaction follows sentiments attributed to…

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Conflict tarnishes treason acquittal of top MDC figure
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Conflict tarnishes treason acquittal of top MDC figure

from MERCY MUJURU in Masvingo MASVINGO, (CAJ News) – FIVE Masvingo residents, including a councillor, are to appear in court following the skirmishes that marred the acquittal of opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) vice-chairman,…

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Killings mar formation of South Sudan unity government
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Killings mar formation of South Sudan unity government

from RAJI BASHIR in Khartoum, SudanKHARTOUM, (CAJ News) – A SPATE of killings, rape and kidnappings has been reported in South Sudan ahead of the deadline of the formation of the unity government this coming weekend. The ruling party and…

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Could Coronavirus be a result of evil forces against China?
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Could Coronavirus be a result of evil forces against China?

True Gospel with SAVIOUS PARKER KWINIKAI HAVE been ceaselessly praying for the innocent souls that have been caught up in the coronavirus outbreak ravaging China. Maybe on a personal note, this is because my beloved son…

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