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Mnangagwa sworn in as Zimbabwe president

Emmerson Mnangagwa vowed sweeping change as he was sworn as Zimbabwe's president Friday.

Zim’s Mugabe readies for crunch elections

Facing would-be successors and widespread unpopularity, Robert Mugabe hopes to this week plot a path to victory at Zimbabwe's upcoming elections.

Zim holds key meeting towards constitutional reforms

Zimbabwe will hold a crucial meeting to review a draft of a new constitution, a step toward elections meant to end the power-sharing government.

Zim’s indigenisation policy ‘scaring off’ investors

Analysts say Zimbabwe's forcing of foreign firms to hand over a 51% stake will scare away much-needed investment despite assurances to the contrary.

Mugabe attacks gays, foreigners at birthday celebration

Robert Mugabe marked his 88<sup>th</sup> birthday with a trademark attack on gays and foreigners at a mass rally to celebrate the occasion.

Zimbabweans displaced from diamond mines left empty-handed

They used to live on one of the richest diamond fields but now thousands of Zimbabweans await compensation after leaving for state-linked companies.

Zim to get huge diamond boost but activists irate

Zimbabwe could earn billions of dollars selling diamonds from an area scarred by abuse after a crisis that left the "blood diamond" watchdog tattered.

Deadline looms for foreign firms in Zimbabwe

Foreign companies operating in Zimbabwe have until Sunday to hand in plans to sell majority stakes to local investors.

Mugabe says Zanu-PF ‘eating itself’

Robert Mugabe on Friday bemoaned the divisions "eating up" his party as he opened its first congress since losing its absolute grip on power.

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Satanists say ‘hell no’ to gatherings during level three

Because of Covid-19, the newly formed South Africa Satanic Church will not emerge from the shadows under new lockdown rules

Judge trashes entire lockdown regime as constitutionally flawed

The high court ruling will delight gatvol South Africans but is unlikely to stand the test of time

The backlogs, denials and future of testing Covid-19

The National Health Laboratory Services finally admitted to a bottleneck last week, after denying there were any issues since April. According to the service, the backlog of 80 000 tests started in the first week of May

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Former bursary student hits a six and lands top job at WPCA

Thuthuka Bursary recipient Tennyson Botes decided to make a difference in his community — and he's doing exactly that

SANRAL to professionalise its finance division with world-class professional accounting designations

'It is about how I can get my staff to acquire more skills and sharpen those skills that they already have,' says SANRAL CFO Inge Mulder

Empowering his people to unleash their potential

'Being registered as an AGA(SA) means you are capable of engineering an idea and turning it into money,' says Raymond Mayekisa

What is an AGA(SA) and AT(SA) and why do they matter?

If your company has these qualified professionals it will help improve efficiencies and accelerate progress by assisting your organisation to perform better

Mining company uses rich seam of technology to gear up for Covid-19

Itec Direct technology provides instant temperature screening of staff returniing to the workplace with no human contact

Covid-19 and Back to School Webinar

If our educators can take care of themselves, they can take care of the children they teach

5G technology is the future

Besides a healthcare problem Covid-19 is also a data issue and 5G technology, with its lightning speed, can help to curb its spread

JTI off to court for tobacco ban: Government not listening to industry or consumers

The tobacco ban places 109 000 jobs and 179 000 wholesalers and retailers at risk — including the livelihood of emerging farmers

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