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3 weeks ago | July 19, 2020

‘Construction of carbon steel plant begins in 2021’

President Mnangagwa was in Hwange last week on a two-day working visit of coal and coking projects. The ventures are ...

Takeaways from Mid-Term Budget Review

Cornelious Dube ON Thursday,  Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube presented the 2020 ...

SADC MPs want value from region’s resources

AFRICA is the richest continent on earth in terms of extractive resources, but until parliaments up their game and ...

Nhowe Hospital: An oasis in the wilderness

AMID the tsunami that has swept the Ministry of Health and Child Care where the minister was recently sacked, five ...

‘International community has confidence in New Dispensation’

A few weeks ago, Zimbabwe was elected into the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), an organisation at the heart of the ...

Prices remain unchanged

Prices of basic commodities in major retail outlets have remained unchanged in the past fortnight, with products such as ...

Gokwe woman finally buried

FINALLY, her soul can rest in peace. This was the chorus in Gokwe on Tuesday last week during the burial of Chipo ...

4 weeks ago | July 12, 2020

Meat boost for Wilkins hospital

ONE of the country’s largest referral centres for Covid-19 patients, Wilkins Infectious Disease Hospital, received a ...

Devolution: Mazowe primes for growth

ZIMBABWE is implementing devolution as one of the signature programmes for development under President Mnangagwa’s ...

Nehanda, Kaguvi remains head home

A team of Zimbabwean experts is preparing to travel to the United Kingdom for a due diligence exercise required to ...

1 month ago | July 5, 2020

Mobile money, Zim’s wild, wild West

Government’s directive to suspend key operational features of mobile money transfer (MMT) platforms took many ...

Corpse’s unwelcome stay in morgue…Spends three years in mortuary

DEATH and planning a burial have a tendency of bringing out the best and worst in people. But whatever the case, the ...

Covid-19 could lead to mental illness

AS Covid-19 ravages the world, governments are pulling all the stops to ensure sundries required to help their ...

Former chief ecologist Chaibva dies

Former Government chief ecologist Mr Shem Chaibva has died. He was 66.