• Business Briefs

    Lawyer turns into Mbare entrepreneur, earns US$100,000 a month

    KUDAKWASHE Chivarange is among thousands of other Zimbabwean indigenous industrialists who have maneuvered past the country’s economic turbulence. About 100 grinding mills, several hammermills and maize shellers are lined up at Kudakwashe Chivarange’s firm in Harare’s Mbare township in Zimbabwe, where he has set up his base. Known as Chivaz Grinding Mills PL, since 2009, Chivarange’s indigenous firm has made…

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  • Top Stories

    Rufaro Stadium turns into an eyesore and typhoid time bomb

    By Mutsa Makuvaza RUFARO Stadium in Mbare, the venue of the historic transition from Rhodesia to sovereign rule in Zimbabwe, has turned into an eyesore and health hazard due to neglect as the MDC-run Harare City Council workers have downed tools. Raw sewage could be seen flowing in the streets adjacent to Zimbabwe’s most popular spots venue because the responsible…

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    Zupco bus hits vendors, 8 other cars in Mbare accident

    A ZUPCO bus belonging to TripTrans veered off the road near the Mupedzanhamo Market in Mbare and hit vendors who were selling their wares by the roadside. The accident, which took place yesterday, saw eight (8) other cars piling up in the resultant mêlée, according to pictures shared online by eyewitness reporters. Sources say the bus was headed to the…

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