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3 months ago | December 2, 2018

Tourism hits new high

The tourism sector is poised to bring in record revenue of at least US$1 billion this year, a feat that was last ...

Fuel prices hold steady

The price of fuel yesterday remained unchanged at an average $1,34 for diesel and $1,38 for petrol despite the coming ...

Employers speak on forex salaries

EMPLOYERS selling their products in foreign currency have no justification for paying their employees in bond notes or ...

No to fake cures: First Lady

First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa says pharmaceutical industry regulators should tighten their surveillance and ...

Households get farming inputs

Government has so far distributed more than half of targeted inputs under the US$65 million Presidential Inputs Support ...

Agric offers youths opportunities

Agriculture provides a rewarding career choice for young people who want to compete fiercely for low-paying jobs in ...

Chiefs hail Amai Mnangagwa

Traditional leaders have applauded First Lady Amai Auxillia Mnangagwa for taking a leading role in ensuring citizens ...

State exorcises ghost workers

Government has set in motion a rigorous data collection system for its employees that will see capturing of biometrics ...

MPs out of provincial councils

Legislators will not sit on provincial and metropolitan councils as part of the twin commitments of President Emmerson ...

3 months ago | November 25, 2018

ED clamps down on pharmacies

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said pharmacies that demand foreign currency for medicine and medical provisions will ...

US, China firms back Batoka project

President Emmerson Mnangagwa will next week meet representatives of major multinationals General Electric and PowerChina ...

Zimra tightens screws on unexplained wealth

People who acquired unexplained wealth are living on borrowed time as the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has begun ...

VP Chiwenga rallies nation around President

Norman Muchemwa Anyone harbouring Presidential ambitions should sit back, relax and leave the ruling party and State ...

We’ll take care of Mugabe: ED

Sydney Kawadza Mashonaland West Bureau Chief Government will continue catering for the welfare of Zimbabwe’s founding ...