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National Express West Midlands Keeping Cyclists Safe
All Africa
2/9/2018

[The Herald] A view of a large lush green maize field at the Tuli-Lushongwe irrigation scheme in Gwanda district, about 160km southeast of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe's second largest city, helped Pretty Ncube to stay positive even when she felt the whole wo
ENDS Report
2/9/2018

Also in the news, Councils to receive £39m for NOx cutting bus upgrades, energy storage solutions for Midlands and BREEAM for HS2
All Africa
2/7/2018

[The Herald] The Zanu-PF Masvingo provincial leadership wants Government to urgently reopen the Cold Storage Company (CSC) plant here and Mashava Asbestos mine as preliminary indications show that the two firms will create over 6 000 direct jobs in
ENDS Report
2/6/2018

A Herefordshire scrap metal dealer, who repeatedly failed to comply with enforcement notices, has been ordered to pay out more than £12,000
Mining.com
2/6/2018

Zimbabwe to enter lithium market with $1.4bn deal
Zimbabwe’s mining industry, until now based mostly on platinum and diamonds, will soon count lithium as one of its key sub-sectors, as the country has struck a deal with an South African junior company whose project is expected to generate revenue o

Statement to Parliament: Update on the East Coast, West Coast and East Midlands rail franchises
All Africa
2/5/2018

[The Herald] Government has secured a $98 million facility for irrigation equipment and machinery under the More Food for Africa Brazil programme, which will benefit 28 irrigation projects in Manicaland Province. Nyanyadzi and Nenhowe irrigation sch

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Four elephants have died from cyanide poisoning in Zimbabwe as poachers take advantage of a dry spell to contaminate remaining water sources. Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority spokesman Tinashe Farawo says rang

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Four elephants have died from cyanide poisoning in Zimbabwe as poachers take advantage of a dry spell to contaminate remaining water sources. Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority spokesman Tinashe Farawo says rang

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