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Sport
THE Australian Embassy in Harare has come to the rescue of Zimbabwe’s financially-struggling World Cup-bound national netball team with a kit donation. ...
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Soccer Sport
HIGHLANDERS could be going through one of their worst periods in the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League so far, but former player Joel Luphahla believes Bosso will soon rise from the ashes again. ...
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Soccer Sport
The battle of the newcomers Manica Diamonds and TelOne ended in a stalemate in this Castle Lager Premier League match which never got into second gear. ...
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Soccer Sport
TelOne produced the biggest upset of the season so far when they beat champions FC Platinum at Luveve Stadium in Bulawayo yesterday, with Elasto Chigora’s 57th minute goal deciding the contest. ...
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Business
STATE-OWNED telecoms operator, TelOne, has stepped up efforts to curb increased network vandalism and copper cable thefts by installing security alarms on the copper cable infrastructure. ...
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Business
STATE-OWNED telecoms operator, TelOne says it is losing a lot of revenue due to network disruptions through vandalism of its fibre network across the country. ...
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Comment & Analysis Letters Opinion & Editorials
In response to Telecel rebuts Mandiwanzira’s claims: The reason behind Telecel’s woes seems to be the indigenisation law, which allows greedy politicians to parcel out other people’s companies on what may be xenophobic lines. ...
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News
RECOVERING money from customers who owe TelOne is a challenge especially with households due to the obtaining harsh economic environment, an executive has said. ...
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Telecommunications
LACK of competition in the fixed line telecommunications sector as well as restrictive policies has hampered growth in the sub-sector. ...
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National News
STATE-OWNED telecommunications company TelOne’s $345 million legacy debt inherited during the then PTC era is weighing down on its operations. ...
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News
STATE-OWNED Telecommunications Company TelOne has so far recovered $20 million out of the targeted $50 million through a debt collection campaign. ...
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News
THE Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe plans to issue a $54 million bond to finance expansion programmes at TelOne and the Zimbabwe Power Company at the beginning of next year. ...
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