July 02

  • Zimbabwe: Past Haunts Zanu-PF MP

    Financial Gazette

    This rang true for ZANU-PF Masvingo urban Member of Parliament, Daniel Shumba, when he was embarrassed last week, in front of Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, by a woman with... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Call for Dedicated Power Plant for Mines

    Financial Gazette

    Zimbabwe's mining firms should consider constructing a power station specifically to serve mining firms to avert power shortages currently crippling operations, a government... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mining Sector Sustains GB

    Financial Gazette

    General Beltings is expecting growth of the mining sector, projected to grow by four percent this year, to underpin revival of its operations in the current year. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Cotton Farmers Sing the Blues

    Financial Gazette

    For decades, cotton has been a major success story for Zimbabwe, supporting livelihoods for thousands of smallholder farmers. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: REIZ Turns 70

    Financial Gazette

    The Real Estate Institute of Zimbabwe (REIZ) will this week have celebrations to mark 70 years of existence. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Fixing Country's Economy [opinion]

    Financial Gazette

    SOME economic commentators took pain in accepting the published 2014 economic growth rate of 3,1 percent: They believe growth was overstated. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: SPB in Eye of Storm

    Financial Gazette

    Government's procurement agent, the State Procurement Board (SPB) has been caught in the eye of a storm once again amid revelations that it controversially directed schools to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Effecting Change Through Leadership [opinion]

    Financial Gazette

    A brief review of organisational performance over the past five years indicates a lack of consistency in business performance. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Airzim Rides Out of Storm

    Financial Gazette

    "Lusaka is back online!" exclaimed an excited Air Zimbabwe (AirZim) public relations manager, Shingi Dhliwayo. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Parliament Calls for NSSA Overhaul

    Financial Gazette

    Parliament has ratcheted pressure on government to overhaul the National Social Security Authority (NSSA) after public consultations supported a shake-up of the public pension... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Obama At His Best [opinion]

    Financial Gazette

    When Brother Barack Obama was elected to the White House by a majority white electorate, we assumed that the country had turned a corner in the long history of racism, never to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Constituency Registration Not Law - Veritas

    Financial Gazette

    Veritas, a respected local legislative watchdog which is advocating for the replacement of the Electoral Act in its entirety because it is confusing, says it is not a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: ZCFU Seeks Funding for Research

    Financial Gazette

    The Zimbabwe Commercial Farmers Union (ZCFU) is seeking funding for agricultural research, which plays a pivotal role in the development of the agricultural sector. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Myra Dube - Afro-Jazz's Latest Gem

    The Herald

    Upcoming afro-jazz sensation Myrah Dube has announced her entry into showbiz with her debut album "Introducing Myrah". The album is receiving favourable airplay on local radio... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Gomwe's Trial Fails to Kick Off

    The Herald

    The trial of former zanu-PF Harare provincial youth chairman Godwin Gomwe and seven others accused of extorting over $46 000 from eight housing cooperatives in Glen Norah using the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mushowani Stars Coach Fired

    The Herald

    Mushowani Stars coach Jostein Mathuthu has been relieved of his duties after just three matches in charge as the club continues to struggle in the Northern Region Division One... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Philanthropy Doctorate for Zivhu

    The Herald

    Chivi Rural District Council chairperson Councillor Killer Zivhu was yesterday conferred with an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters by the International Institute of Philanthropy... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Tomana's Remarks and Paedophilia Risks

    The Herald

    Girls who began sexual activity at age 13 are twice as likely to become infected by an STI as girls who started sexual activity at age 21. Women who begin sexual activity at an... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Think Like a Customer, Act Like an Owner [column]

    The Herald

    It's very common these days to meet employees that work according to what they believe is commensurate with their salary. Some employees may be present at work from 8-5pm but only... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Wetlands to Feature in Schools Exhibition

    The Herald

    The National Gallery of Zimbabwe will this Saturday officially open their Annual Schools Art Exhibition Tavatose/Sisonke 2015 which seeks to explore the vanishing of wetlands. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: The Gems Are Netball Champs

    The Herald

    The Zimbabwe netball Gems are the new African Champions after easing past Tanzania in their final round-robin match at the Botswana Netball Courts yesterday. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 1 600 Rustlers Nabbed

    The Herald

    More than 1 600 people have been arrested for stock theft and other related crimes countrywide during a police operation code-named 'Operation Nyama Yabvepi Number 2 of 2015' in... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Why Unlimited Internet? [opinion]

    The Herald

    What is unlimited Internet and what does it mean? Unlimited Internet means limitless Internet usage without downloading caps. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: 'He Only Wanted His Intimate Turn'

    The Herald

    In a bizarre incident, a Harare man reportedly caught his girlfriend being intimate with another man in his bedroom and demanded his chance in bed with her, the Civil Court heard... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Masvingo's Unique Agric Revolution

    The Herald

    The Lowveld area in southern Masvingo is notorious for its high temperatures, although it is endowed with fertile soils. Without irrigation, production of maize and other cereals... Read more »

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