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RBZ to release the new $2 bond coin

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) will introduce the $2 bond coin with effect from the 11th of November 2019 in a bid to increase the level of physical cash circulation. In a statement, RBZ said all bond coins and notes (old and new) shall circulate alongside and shall be interchangeable with. Although the central bank hasn’t yet released the ...

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NetOne/HIT enter Tech-synergy MOU

Zimbabwe second largest mobile network provider NetOne today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Harare Institute of Technology with the Mobile & Data giant financially and infra-structurally supporting the elite state tertiary learning institution. NetOne Chief Executive Lazarus Muchenje has applauded this strategic and first in the sector relationship. Muchenje said the partnership will empower the community especially women and ...

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New Zupco fleet set for commissioning:Zimbabweans react

Citizens share mixed emotions on the to be commissioned fleet of new ZUPCO buses by the government. After a tweet by Finance Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube ,people implored to the government to focus on other sectors other than then transport sector because it is not the only sector that is suffering. Some of the comments shared on twitter by citizens ...

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EFF pays tribute to Xolani Gwala

Economic Freedom Fighter have send their condolences to the Gwala family after the death of the veteran radio personality Xolani Gwala. EFF said radio had lost a great personality “EFF joins the country in expressing heartfelt condolences on the passing of veteran broadcasting Xolani Gwala. Talk Radio has lost a true genius. He possessed a memorable superior & signature voice ...

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Botswana inaugurates Mokgweetsi Masisi as President

Botswana inaugurates D.r Mokgweetsi Masisi as president despite the rift with his predecessor Ian Khama who resigned in May this year. Botswana held its general elections on the 23rd of October this year and Masisi was declared a winner by the country’s chief justice Terrence Rannoane. In a statement Masisi appreciated the Batswana people for electing him to lead them. ...

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