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CBZ hives off two directors in shock move

CBZ hives off two directors in shock move
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Satewave churns out power solutions for Zim

Satewave Technologies director Xiao Feng said the company has several solar solutions to address the current power challenges.
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Why do banks not want people to rely upon cryptocurrencies?

Cryptocurrency transaction volume is much less than the fiat currencies, leading to a lack of liquidity in the market.
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Top 6 Trends in Cryptography in 2021

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Experts call for revision of carbon credits

Carbon trading is when polluting companies buy carbon credits from communities with vast forests as compensation for greenhouse gas emissions.

BCC justifies US dollar tariff

The council proposed a US$264 million budget for 2024 anchored on prioritising service delivery.
By Innocent Magondo 16h ago

Sewer pipe bursts worry Byo councillors

According to the minutes on waste water treatment works, ward 10 councillor Khalazani Ndlovu said the city was recording increasing cases of sewer pipe bursts.
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