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UK authorities disgusted by SB Moyo attack, promise action

The United Kingdom embassy in Zimbabwe has condemned the actions of a group of Zimbabweans who attacked the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cde S....

Zim inflation spikes to 175,66%

ZIMBABWE’S year-on-year inflation rate for the month of June 2019 rose sharply by 77,75 percentage points to 175,66% from 97,85% in May 2019, driven...

Govt says No to varsity fee hikes

Harare - GOVERNMENT has warned universities against raising fees with without its approval, amid reports that some varsities countrywide had yesterday attempted to unilaterally...

Wiwa faces the guillotine for threatening to overthrow the Zim Govt

Nelson Chamisa’s embattled lieutenant, Job Wiwa Sikhala faces a death penalty or atleast 20 years behind bars for threatening to overthrow President Mnangagwa and his government.
Nelson Chamisa’s embattled lieutenant, Job Wiwa Sikhala faces a death penalty or atleast 20 years behind bars for threatening to overthrow President Mnangagwa and...

Chivayo costs Zesa a hefty US$50 million: Minister Chasi

The two-year delay in constructing the 100MW Gwanda solar plant has prejudiced the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa) of more than US$50 million in unrealised revenue, a Cabinet Minister has said.
The two-year delay in constructing the 100MW Gwanda solar plant has prejudiced the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa) of more than US$50 million...

500 Zimbabweans for new HIV drug trials

Zimbabwe has become the first country in the Sub-Saharan Africa region to complete the successful enrolment of participants who are taking part in the ongoing large-scale HIV vaccine efficacy trials which are currently underway on four continents, covering 12 countries with about 12 669 study participants on board.
Zimbabwe has become the first country in the Sub-Saharan Africa region to complete the successful enrolment of participants who are taking...

Govt rejects conditions on US money

Zimbabwe has rejected preconditions set by the US government to access a US$60 billion facility availed to the African continent at the recent US-Africa Summit held in Mozambique.
Zimbabwe has rejected preconditions set by the US government to access a US$60 billion facility availed to the African continent at the...

Buyanga faces imprisoned over debt

BUSINESSMAN Frank Buyanga faces civil imprisonment over a US$172 000 debt. He has been taken to the High Court for failing to service a 2014 debt that emanated from a property dispute.
BUSINESSMAN Frank Buyanga faces civil imprisonment over a US$172 000 debt. He has been taken to the High Court for failing to service a...

Chombo faces fresh charges

Former Cabinet minister Ignatius Chombo yesterday appeared in court on fresh charges after he allegedly sold a Government house in Mutare without following due process.
Former Cabinet minister Ignatius Chombo yesterday appeared in court on fresh charges after he allegedly sold a Government house in Mutare without following due...

Passports production set to improve as Govt buys new printing machines

GOVERNMENT yesterday said production of passports is expected to improve within a month as Treasury has bought new machines to print the travel documents at a cost of nearly US$600 000.
GOVERNMENT yesterday said production of passports is expected to improve within a month as Treasury has bought new machines to print the travel documents...

RBZ working on international recognition for Zimdollar

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says it has written to international exchanges requesting them to officially recognise the Zimbabwe dollar as a tradeable...

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So, I have not written anything in a very long while. Forgive the lack of coherence, I typed this while taking the MTR back...

UK authorities disgusted by SB Moyo attack, promise action

The United Kingdom embassy in Zimbabwe has condemned the actions of a group of Zimbabweans who attacked the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cde S....

Zim inflation spikes to 175,66%

ZIMBABWE’S year-on-year inflation rate for the month of June 2019 rose sharply by 77,75 percentage points to 175,66% from 97,85% in May 2019, driven...

Govt says No to varsity fee hikes

Harare - GOVERNMENT has warned universities against raising fees with without its approval, amid reports that some varsities countrywide had yesterday attempted to unilaterally...
Nelson Chamisa’s embattled lieutenant, Job Wiwa Sikhala faces a death penalty or atleast 20 years behind bars for threatening to overthrow President Mnangagwa and his government.

Wiwa faces the guillotine for threatening to overthrow the Zim Govt

Nelson Chamisa’s embattled lieutenant, Job Wiwa Sikhala faces a death penalty or atleast 20 years behind bars for threatening to overthrow President Mnangagwa and...