Energy Minister Zhemu Soda says the testing of the Hwange Unit 7 is nearing completion and will subsequently be followed by its commissioning.
The Unit will produce 300MW adding to an already dilapidated national grid which was heavily affected by the temporary and Unit 8, which
A high staff turnover and critical shortage of medication at Alaska Clinic in Chinhoyi, Mashonaland West Province has led to residents in the area failing to access medical care.
This came out during a meeting organized by the Chinhoyi Residents Trust on the issue of service
ZSE-Listed furniture and electronic retailer, Axia Corporation Limited’s inaugural Group Chief Executive Officer, John Koumides has retired after nearly seven years at the helm with Group Finance Director Ray Rambanapasi elevated to steer the ship going forward.
Axia brands include TV Sales & Home, Transerv and
Tobacco contracting company Leanrise Private Limited has challenged the industry regulator Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board (TIMB) over the 'illegal' cancellation of their license on allegations of breaching provisions of the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Act.
In December, TIMB suspended four tobacco auction companies accused of
The Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (ARTUZ) has described Government's reported plans to roll out free education beginning this school term as an election season narrative.
Recently, deputy minister of primary and secondary education Edgar Moyo was quoted in the State media saying the rollout
Man of the moment, Holy Ten has announced that he will be releasing a new album, The Book Of Malachi, on January 5 in what could be a bid to pour some cold water on his woes.
Holy Ten is currently under fire for backtracking on
With Zanu-PF having underachieved during the last five years, there is a belief among citizens that there is a need for a change of government to take Zimbabwe out of the economic quagmire it finds itself in.
Opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) has condemned ‘Zanu PF’s abuse of state institutions’ following the arrest of two Harare councillors Herbert Gomba (Ward 27) and Lovemore Makuwerere (25) yesterday.
Gomba who was later released without charge was arrested by Southerton Police at a residents’ meeting