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Opinion & Editorials
“Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears; I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him. The evil that men do lives after them; The good is oft interred with their bones; So let it be with Caesar,” Mark Anthony in Julius Caesar. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
In the last few weeks, the world’s attention was drawn to the economic war between the United States of America (US) and China. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
WHEN a country’s leadership is serious about fighting corruption, positive things happen. China and Singapore are examples of what happens when political leaders put their money where their mouths are ...
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News Slider
In a bid to accelerate the pace of the construction of Ethiopia’s strategic dam, the country has contracted the services of two Chinese companies. ...
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Business
CHINA’s Zhejang University of Science and Technology (Zust) has collaborated with Zimbabwe’s Race Carol Investments in recruiting local and international students to pursue various degree programmes in China. ...
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News Politics
Zambia on October 24 celebrates its 50th birthday as an independent nation, and to better appreciate the country’s journey, Mail & Guardian Africa dropped in on His Excellency Dr Kenneth Kaunda, its first president. ...
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Sport Tennis
ZIMBABWE’S top tennis player Cara Black and her Indian partner Sania Mirza eased through to the quarter-finals of the China Open women’s doubles in Beijing. ...
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News
THREE Chinese firms have partnered government for the construction of 1 200 megawatts (MW) thermal power station. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
The expected cash bailout from China did not materialise and Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has a script on what happened in China, different from earlier expectations. ...
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National News
THE 27 parliamentarians who got stuck in China after they missed their flight back home on Sunday were now expected to jet in this afternoon despite earlier indications that they would arrive in Harare yesterday. ...
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National News
AT LEAST 20 teachers are set to leave for China and Dubai tomorrow to buy goods for resale to supplement their meagre salaries, NewsDay has learnt. ...
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National News
THE State Procurement Board must probe irregularities involving overpricing by the Harare City Council on the $144 million Chinese loan for the overhaul of Morton Jaffray Waterworks. ...
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News
A Chinese satellite probing the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 "observed a suspected crash area at sea." ...
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National News
ZIMBABWE’S all-weather friend China yesterday said the government’s economic blueprint ZimAsset could only bear fruit if government dealt effectively with corruption. ...
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News
China and South Korea’s anxiety over the rapidly falling yen came to the fore yesterday. ...
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National News
THE Zanu PF’s Look East policy to revive the country’s sagging economy has hit a brick-wall as Asian investors are shunning Zimbabwe. ...
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Transportation
GOVERNMENT’S fight against the smuggling of goods across the country’s borders received a major boost after China donated three mobile scanners to Zimra. ...
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Soccer Sport
Zambia has issued arrest warrants for three international players who missed the 2-0 friendly defeat by Brazil in China. ...
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World Business
China’s annual consumer inflation rate rose to a seven-month high of 3,1% in September as poor weather drove up food prices. ...
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National News
China will work with Zimbabwe and other African nations to push for greater development in the relations between the Asian country and the continent. ...
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National News Politics
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe has reportedly roped in the DRC and China to sponsor his glitzy campaign. ...
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News
Ethiopia will sign agreements with China’s ZTE Corp and Huawei Technologies Co Ltd in a “few weeks” to expand its mobile phone infrastructure. ...
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News
New Zealand and China are in the early stages of negotiating the direct convertibility of each other’s currencies, but an agreement is likely to be some way off. ...
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World Business
China’s exports and imports grew more than expected in April, offering the possibility of a better outlook for the world's second-largest economy. ...
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News
Brics nations failed on Tuesday to resolve differences over funding for, and the location of a proposed joint development bank. ...
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World Business
GLOBAL equity markets fell and the euro slumped to a two-month low on Friday. ...
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Opinion & Editorials
The question of how Africa can extricate its people from the curse of poverty has been addressed from numerous dimensions. The most common ones of these dimensions are technocratic approaches which propose that with proper policies, systems, programmes and well-defined projects in place, it is easy to take people out of poverty. ...
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World Business
HONG KONG — SABMiller, the world’s second-biggest brewer, is to expand further into high-growth regional markets in China after CR Snow, a local joint venture, agreed to buy Kingway Brewery assets for 5,38 billion yuan ($863m). ...
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World Business
South Africa overtook India to become China’s third-biggest iron ore supplier in 2012, while Australia strengthened its dominant position as the major supplier to the world’s biggest iron ore consuming nation, data from customs showed yesterday. ...
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