Opposition MDC Alliance has denounced the recent toll fee increase by Government saying the move is anti-poor and cannot match current wages.
The Government, last week announced new toll fees which will see light motor vehicles paying ZWL $120 up from ZWL$45 whilst haulage trucks will
Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) president Peter Mutasa has as heartless utterances by Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube that Government is currently the highest paying employer in the country.
The Minister was quoted as saying pay scales for public servants far outstrip
The mid-day sun is at its zenith. Young, middle-aged men and women take shelter along the pavements of the Eastgate Mall, in central Harare.
One would think that they are taking a rest but alas, these are illegal foreign currency dealers at work. The mall has
Minister of Finance and Economic Development Mthuli Ncube continued consulting and listening roadshow focused on meeting with key stakeholders of the economy.
Minister Ncube met today with 50 small and medium enterprises (SME).
SMEs are a strong engine in the Zimbabwe economy.
Today, the minister met with 50
Zimbabwe and China have signed three agreements worth US$213 million which will go towards, among other projects, the refurbishment of the Robert Mugabe Mugabe International International Airport and the construction of the new Parliament building.
The facility which will is payable in 20 years, (including seven
“Much as government prides itself as a champion on broad based economic empowerment through indigenisation programmes, without access to information, citizens are blindfolded to see how their mineral wealth is being accounted for.”
By Mukasiri Sibanda
For a country replete with mineral wealth, the national budget is