Treasury has slashed by half, the Money Transfer Tax (IMTT) on domestic foreign currency transfers from 4 percent to 2 percent in an attempt to encourage usage of electronic transfers on foreign currency and lessen the demand for hard cash.
In May this year, President Emmerson
By Artwell Sithole
Chipinge villagers have welcomed the government's decision to establish a human-wildlife conflict relief fund meant to assist victims with medical and funeral expenses.
The government has established a relief fund to cushion victims of human-wildlife conflict through medical expense assistance and in the
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has called for political tolerance among politicians aspiring to contest in the 2023 harmonized elections.
Delivering the State of the Nation Address (SONA) yesterday, Mnangagwa said politicians should lead in promoting peace ahead of the general elections.
Mnangagwa urged parliamentarians to swiftly attend to
HIV research scientists says a cure for the deadly virus remains a lasting option with the anti-retroviral therapy gobbling an unsustainable figure of US18 Billion annually to treat the over 40 million people living with the disease globally.
Addressing an HIV cure research cafe, HIV cure
Harare Magistrate Ayanda Dhlamini has chastised Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) over the conduct of its members who humiliated and insulted a Mbare resident before arresting and detaining him on flimsy allegations of contravening national lockdown regulations.24 year-old Tinashe Maumbe was arrested together with his friends
Buy Zimbabwe, a movement promoting locally produced products is pushing for the revival of the leather and textiles industries value chains in order to boost local clothing sector which is currently subdued.
This comes after the realization that in other sectors such as the local food
A Chitungwiza man, Grant Mahlahla, who has been making waves after he was found hiding in the ceiling of his parents' house has tidied up and is now spotting a fresh look.
Mahlahla was found in the ceiling when Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers visited their
One of Zimbabwe’s leading provincial cricket teams, Mountaineers, have agreed a naming rights deal with fast-moving consumer goods distributor Mega Market (Private) Limited.
The agreement means the side – which represents the Manicaland and Mashonaland East provinces in local top-flight competitions – will now officially be
Minister of Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Sithembiso Nyoni has urged the public to take part in this year's 16 days of activism against gender based violence to end the 'cancer' that continues to destroy the girl child.
Speaking at the launch of
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has painted a positive picture of the country's economic situation saying his administration has set Zimbabwe on an unprecedented path to socio-economic growth.
Speaking during his State of the Nation Address (SONA) and the opening of the Fifth Session of the Ninth Parliament