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4 days ago | December 9, 2018

President to name new PG

President Emmerson Mnangagwa will soon announce his choice for Prosecutor-General after getting a shortlist of three ...

Women’s Bank avails loans

The Zimbabwe Women’s Microfinance Bank (ZWMB), launched by President Emmerson Mnangagwa this year, is availing loans to ...

New Parliament embraces African aesthetics

Recently, I sat with Clifford Zulu in his office at the National Gallery in Bulawayo. We were discussing our ...

Tough measures on transit fraud

Government has with immediate effect directed all cargo in transit to exit the country within five days, failure which ...

Law for duty-free sanitary wear

The suspension of duty on all sanitary wear for one year through to November 2019 has been made effective by the ...

Emotional farewell for National Hero

THE heavens opened up in Gungwe, Gwanda district in Matabeleland South and a heavy downpour capped a bitter-sweet ...

Industry optimistic of growth

Zimbabwe’s industrial growth trajectory began on a positive trend under President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s New Dispensation, ...

Govt, workers in pay talks

GOVERNMENT has called a meeting with representatives of its employees to map the way forward on working conditions in ...

1 week ago | December 4, 2018

200 students get school fees

Philanthropist Mr Matthew Musengezi has handed over $21 000 for the 2019 school fees for at least 200 primary school ...

2 weeks ago | December 2, 2018

‘Govt can’t pay salaries in forex’

Government is aware of the economic challenges affecting its employees and is committed to engaging them in frank ...

Hwange 7 and 8 on course

The US$1,2 billion expansion of Hwange Thermal Power Station’s units 7 and 8 is making steady progress, with hundreds of ...

Govt goes local on vehicles

Government is pushing implementation of a policy to compel all ministries, departments and parastatals to purchase ...

No to arbitrary fee hikes

Schools that want to raise school fees in 2019 must follow stipulated procedures, Primary and Secondary Education ...

Typhoid vaccinations in January

Government has rescheduled administration of the typhoid conjugate vaccine (TCV) to January 2019, The Sunday Mail has learnt.