Harare - GOVERNMENT has warned universities against raising fees with without its approval, amid reports that some varsities countrywide had yesterday attempted to unilaterally hike fees. Universities increased fees for parallel and block students, leaving out conventional ones whose public outcry usually draws attention. Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology...
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. The MDC legislator was charged this morning by the Criminal Investigative Department (CID) for treason. Job Sikhala is not new to controversy. Earlier this year,...
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. Speaking in an interview after visiting the site on Friday, Energy and Power Development Minister Advocate Fortune Chasi...
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...
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. This was said by President Mnangagwa while addressing Domboshava residents during yesterday’s clean-up campaign held at Showgrounds. The President said an...
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. In a Press briefing yesterday in Hwange, Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage Minister, Cain Mathema, said Government was committed...
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) says it has written to international exchanges requesting them to officially recognise the Zimbabwe dollar as a tradeable currency. The reintroduction of the local currency as the sole legal tender in the country has so far received mixed feelings. “We have sent messages to international...
Shenzhen - The World Bank has upgraded the income classification status of Zimbabwe, together with two other countries in its latest country classifications by income level: 2019-2020. According to a blog post, released by the World Bank on 01 July, Zimbabwe has been upgraded from 'low income' status (the lowest ranking according...
Zimbabwe……………………………0 DRC…………………………………… 4 A NIGHTMARISH performance by stand-in goalkeeper Elvis Chipezeze dominated a horror show for the Warriors as they crashed out of the 2019 AFCON finals, under a cloud of humiliation with Sunday Chidzambwa’s men suffering their worst defeat at this tournament at the June 30 Stadium here last night. Cedrick...
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa says he is still eager to engage opposition MDC- Alliance leader, Nelson Chamisa and all those who are still outside the political dialogue process aimed at finding lasting solutions to the socio-economic problems facing the country. Chamisa has stayed away, insisting that his party could not participate...
Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor Dr John Mangudya yesterday reiterated that companies and individuals can still withdraw their money held in foreign currency accounts, adding that NGOs can still pay their employees in forex. Further, Dr Mangudya clarified that possession of forex remains in...