ZTA eye Manchester United shirt deal

ZTA eye Manchester United shirt deal

By Daniel Chigundu ZIMBABWE Tourism Authority (ZTA) chief executive Dr Karikoga Kaseke has revealed that his organisation is currently negotiating with Manchester United Football Club for a possible shirt deal. The revelation comes barely a month after Rwanda tourism board entered into the same deal (Visit Rwanda) with Arsenal Football Club worth US$30 million. Rwanda is expected to benefit immensely from the deal owing to the huge following that Arsenal enjoys across the world. In an interview, Dr Kaseke said the deal that was eventually offered to Rwanda had first…

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De-watering stalls Mashava …Mine looks up to RBZ for forex

De-watering stalls Mashava …Mine looks up to RBZ for forex

By Daniel Chigundu LACK of de-watering pumps has reportedly affected efforts to resuscitate Gatsi Mine in Mashava, the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy has heard. Gatsi Mine is one of the two mines operated by AA mines a subsidiary of SMM Holdings and the other one is Shabanie Mine. Briefing the Committee, AA Mines managing director Steven Nyagura said both Shabanie Mine and Gatsi are full of water and require de-watering but there is no de-watering equipment at the moment hence stalling resuscitation progress. “We have the plan…

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