Opposition party, People’s Unity Party (PUP) says it is undeterred by Zanu-PF's threats to silence its scheduled 27 August congress in Makoni South Constituency which will coincide with President Emmerson Mnangagwa's expected visit to the area.
The recently formed party has been making inroads ahead of
Year-on-year inflation rose to 256.9 percent in July shooting by 64 percentage points from June’s 161 percent, latest figures from Zimstat show.
This puts more pressure on the government to do real introspection in order to prevent the economy from collapsing.
The local currency has been crumbling
Karoi Farm Centre owner Labours Mahere has been fined $40 000 after he was caught red-handed making counterfeit agricultural chemicals.
In passing sentence, Karoi resident magistrate Godwills Mavenge said if Mahere fails to pay the $40 000 fine he was going to be jailed for 30
The Zimbabwean government gazetted Statutory Instrument (SI) 118A of 2022 on the 28th of June 2022 as an amendment to the existing Exchange Control Act. The presidential temporary measure compels businesses and traders to sell their products at an exchange rate above 10 per centum
According to recent data 72 per cent of Uganda’s land is arable, compared to Kenya's 48 per cent, Tanzania's 45 per cent, Ghana's 65 per cent, Malawi's 60 per cent, Burkina Faso's 44 per cent and Mozambique's 53 per cent.
By Leo Kemboi and Emmanuel wa-Kyendo
Migrants living overseas have been dealt a double blow by the global rise in the cost of living after inflation broke 40 year highs in the US and in some parts of Europe this year.
A multi-country study to determine the effects of the increased cost
Government is set to raise royalty tax on platinum and lithium miners starting January 2023 as it seek to enhance revenue collection streams to meet rising expenditure, Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube said in his mid-term budget review presented to Parliamentarians yesterday.
The rate for platinum miners
Finance and Economic Development Minister Prof Mthuli Ncube says the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth for the year will close at 4.6 percent down from 5.5 percent meaning the economy will grow at a much slower pace than earlier projected due to a frustrating
Women in Chipinge’s Ward 26 are benefitting from an initiative meant to address period poverty through empowering women with skills to make washable sanitary pads to ensure they shun unhygienic methods such as using old clothes.
By Artwell Sithole and Memory Sibanda
In an interview with 263Chat,
United States of America Department of State has urged the government of Zimbabwe to amend its anti-trafficking law to criminalize all forms of trafficking in line with the 2000 United Nations Trafficking In Person protocol.
In its Trafficking in Person 2022 report, US Department of State