Zimbabwe mining sector's contribution to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has increased to 8.7% in 2017 from 7.9% recorded in the previous financial year, Finance and Economic development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.
Chinamasa made the remarks while presenting the Midterm Budget Review in parliament on
Without information, it is like suffering a power blackout. Confidence is eroded. We are dependent on power for light, cooking, heating and entertainment among other needs. This blog focuses on why governments must avoid information black outs, a major talking point that helped to kick
ZIMBABWEAN authorities have set free a man who had petitioned the Constitutional Court challenging his prosecution for allegedly undermining authority of or insulting President Robert Mugabe.
Themba Nyoni, aged 49 years and who resides in Gwanda in Matabeleland South province had filed an application in the
National Social Security Association (NSSA) has extended a US$20 million towards the government’s Command Program to support the production of fertilizer.
NSSA board chairman, Robin Vela, made the remarks while presenting the authority’s second quarter financial statement.
“ NSSA is committed to advancing national objectives such as
“The MDC is deeply disturbed and concerned about the recent spate of thuggery and banditry taking place in and around the country, particularly in the capital city, Harare.
Old Miltonians head coach, Paradzai Matsika has called it quits citing personal issues with the club that need to be resolved first before he can reconsider his decision.
This comes as the team also failed to fulfill its Intercity Rugby League fixture against Harare Sports Club
ZIMBABWE’S state-run power utility, ZESA Holdings, will have to fork out $15 000 as compensation for damages to a woman, who suffered post-traumatic stress disorder after her son was electrocuted five years ago owing to gross negligence by the electricity company.
Constance Sinachinga, a 58 year-old
Rural Development, Promotion and Preservation of National Culture and Heritage Minister, Abedinico Ncube has revealed that Dedication Towers at Morris Depot and Ntabazinduna will be availed as National Monuments by His Excellency President Robert Mugabe.
Speaking at a gathering to check progress on the progress by
The Zimbabwe Association of Community Radio Stations (ZACRAS) has come out guns blazing, lambasting Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Media, Information and Broadcasting Services, George Charamba over his recent remarks that the call for the licensing of real community radio stations as ‘noise’ and ‘unwarranted’.
As Zimbabwe is hurtling towards the 2018 harmonized elections, there is a certain degree of despondency among the long suffering Zimbabweans caused by the lack of progress in the negotiations to build a grand alliance of opposition parties, which has long been taunted as the