Kariba Dam undamaged after earth tremors
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Kariba Dam undamaged after earth tremors

by WELLINGTON TONI Zimbabwe Bureau ChiefHARARE, (CAJ News) – KARIBA Dam has not suffered any damage from the two tremors that recently hit the area surrounding this world’s largest man-made lake and reservoir,…

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Digital transactions take over Zimbabwe COVID-19 fight
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Digital transactions take over Zimbabwe COVID-19 fight

by WELLINGTON TONIHARARE, (CAJ News) – SOME banks and a mobile network operator have shut their branches as digital transactions take centre stage in the fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Zimbabwe.…

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COVID-19: Zimbabwe monitors its nationals from SA
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COVID-19: Zimbabwe monitors its nationals from SA

by MARCUS MUSHONGAHARARE, (CAJ News) – ZIMBABWE is closely monitoring thousands of its citizens that travelled back home from neighbouring South Africa as the two countries embark on lockdowns to curb the…

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Zimbabwe bracing for impending lockdown
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Zimbabwe bracing for impending lockdown

by WELLINGTON TONI HARARE, (CAJ News) – MAJOR construction projects in Zimbabwe have come to a standstill and some companies have shut shop. These are among the biggest…

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Locals cover gap left by global travelers to Zambezi
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Locals cover gap left by global travelers to Zambezi

from THOKOZILE DUBE in Victoria FallsVICTORIA FALLS, (CAJ News) – DOMESTIC tourists increasingly attracted to the majestic Zambezi River after rising water levels are making up for the lowering number of international travelers…

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ZC upgrades venues after Vic Falls stadium failure
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ZC upgrades venues after Vic Falls stadium failure

by WELLINGTON TONI HARARE, (CAJ News) – AT a time one of the country’s biggest sports association is in the eye of a storm after some stadia were…

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COVID-19 spoils record year for SADC citrus sector
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COVID-19 spoils record year for SADC citrus sector

from MTHULISI SIBANDA in Johannesburg, South AfricaAfrica EditorJOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – THE emergence of Europe as the epicentre of the raging coronavirus (COVID-19) has put a dent in a record year for the…

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New Zambia-Zimbabwe border to increase trade, unity
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New Zambia-Zimbabwe border to increase trade, unity

from NDABENI MLOTSHWA in BingaBINGA, (CAJ News) – THE opening of a new border post between Zambia and Zimbabwe is set to increase trade and tourism as well as promote unity between…

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OPINION: Economic diversification a must, as Central Africa faces double-jeopardy with coronavirus
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OPINION: Economic diversification a must, as Central Africa faces double-jeopardy with coronavirus

YAOUNDE – ECONOMIES within the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) will collectively have a 4.7 percentage point drop in their projected GDP growth this year as a result…

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COVID-19: Sex workers to flee South Africa
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COVID-19: Sex workers to flee South Africa

from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Pretoria, South AfricaPRETORIA, (CAJ News) – COMMERCIAL sex workers in South Africa are considering returning to their native countries following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s declaration of the deadly coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic…

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