Zesa power lines

System failure cost Zesa nearly 1 000MW

Business Reporter POWER utility Zesa Holdings lost nearly 1 000 megawatts, equivalent to Zimbabwe’s current internal output, after a system disturbance that cut imported power supplies from Mozambiqu...
President Mugabe talks to Vice Presidents Cdes Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko on arrival at Harare International Airport from Gaborone, Botswana, where he attended the Sadc Double Troika Summit on Lesotho. — (Picture by Presidential Photographer Joseph Nyadzayo)

Sadc maps security reforms for Lesotho

Morris Mkwate recently in Gaborone, Botswana A Sadc-appointed committee will oversee the implementation of constitutional and security sector reforms in Lesotho, a major step towards ensuring politic...

Sino-Africa cooperation: Taking stock

Erastus Mwencha Correspondent AFRICA-CHINA relations date as far back as the 3rd century AD Historians postulate that there had been explorations by the Chinese to eastern Africa specifically Somalia...

Mozambique yields jump after IMF warning

MAPUTO. – Mozambique government bond yields jumped to a record 18,94 percent after the International Monetary Fund warned the south-eastern nation’s public debt was at a high risk of distress. ...

Dangote Group projects going ahead

Martin Kadzere : Senior Business Reporter THE planned $1,2 billion investment projects by Dangote Group are going ahead, the Zimbabwe Investment Authority said last week, though it could not give a s...
Kirsty Coventry

Kirsty wins AUSC award

Ellina Mhlanga Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE’S star athlete, Kirsty Coventry, was on Saturday night crowned the Sportswoman of the Year at the inaugural African Union Sports Council Region Five Regional A...
Eurozone

Implications of Brexit on Africa

Last Thursday, citizens of the United Kingdom voted in a referendum, dubbed Brexit, on whether or not to remain in the European Union (EU). The results are out and Britain has chosen to leave. Accord...
The 2016-17 farming season is shaping up to deliver a roller-coaster from strong El Niño to La Niña

More rain this summer?

Jeffrey Gogo Climate Story ZIMBABWEAN farmers, facing some of the greatest climate risks in Africa, can look forward to more rain in the summer — hoping that will help boost food production — but no ...

Lock in finals

Ellina Mhlanga Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE’S top seed Benjamin Lock had another good outing yesterday when he stormed into the finals of the Old Mutual IT Futures Series tennis tournament after beating ...