Dr Parirenyatwa

MedAid: Breakthrough in sight

Paidamoyo Chipunza Senior Health Reporter FIVE out of the 35 medical aid societies are reported to have complied with the doctor’s demands while 12 which were given temporary licences at the beginnin...
Minister Mandiwanzira

D-Day for Govt, civil servants

Felex Share Senior Reporter Government is today expected to pay civil servants $100 advance salary as promised to cushion them despite resistance from unions representing the workers demanding their ...
Some of the informal sector traders once held strategic positions in companies which collapsed and all they need is capital to fully realise their dreams as entrepreneurs

Financial inclusion must for SMEs growth

Joram Nyathi Spectrum The reason why Government is facing challenges in collecting revenue from the informal economy is that it is still very fragile. Most of the owners of these little businesses ar...
Auditor General Mildred Chiri

Govt takes over $23m private debt

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter Government inherited more than $23 million loan advanced to Farmers’ World, a private firm, and paid more than $12 million to the creditor, China Exim Bank, in its bi...
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Communique of the Double Troika Summit

Double Troika Summit of SADC Heads of State and Government held in Gaborone, Republic of Botswana, on June 28, 2016 1. The Double Troika Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the Southern Af...
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Pressure mounts on Tsvangirai

Herald Reporter Pressure is mounting on MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai to step down as party president following his recent revelation that he is battling cancer of the colon.
Boris Johnson

Johnson pulls out

LONDON. — Former mayor of London Boris Johnson yesterday ruled himself out of the race to succeed Prime Minister David Cameron on a day of high drama following Britain’s shock vote to leave the EU....
Clr Manyenyeni

Manyenyeni faces more charges

Fungai Lupande Court Reporter Harare mayor Bernard Manyenyeni failed to appear in court yesterday because the State is still adding more charges, his lawyer Professor Lovemore Madhuku said.
ZBC-EQUEPMENT

ZBC CEO’s bail conditions eased

Court Reporter The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) acting chief executive Patrick Mavhura, accused of unprocedurally acquiring 35 vehicles from Croco Motors, was yesterday allowed to report f...