sifiso ndlovu

3 000 ‘prodigal’ teachers in limbo

Bulawayo Bureau About 3 000 qualified teachers who quit their jobs at the height of economic problems are still stranded after applying for re-employment in the civil service, teachers’ unions said y...
Dr David Parirenyatwa

Parirenyatwa courts Indian firm on ARVs

Roselyne Sachiti in MELBOURNE, Australia Health and Child Care Minister Dr David Parirenyatwa yesterday met with representatives of an Indian drug manufacturer, Myland, which has shown interest in pa...
WALTER CHIDHAKWA

Merging of Marange mining firms starts

Tendai Mugabe Senior Reporter Government has started merging diamond mining firms in Marange to streamline their operations and ensure accountability of proceeds, with Marange Resources and Gye Nyame...

Climate change must share the agenda

Lloyd Gumbo Senior Reporter The 34th Sadc Summit will be held next month in Victoria Falls at a time when climate change has wrecked havoc on the region, disrupting seasons and adversely affecting ha...
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Media barred from Fiscal Court

Fidelis Munyoro Chief Court Reporter The media was yesterday barred from covering proceedings in the Fiscal Court of Appeal which began hearing appeals by corporates challenging the Zimbabwe Revenue ...
sugar

Ban sugar imports, farmers urge Govt

Senior Reporter Sugarcane farmers in Chiredzi have called on Government to ban the importation of sugar as there is plenty of it on the local market. The farmers say have over 100 000 tonnes of sugar...
Mr Tsvangirai

Tsvangirai’s UK trip unmasked

Tendai Mugabe Senior Reporter MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai, who is travelling to the United Kingdom over the weekend, will use the opportunity to meet senior members of the British political est...

New Zimsteel to retrench workers

Lloyd Gumbo Senior Reporter New Zimsteel employees who cannot adapt to new technology set to be introduced by the steel maker will be retrenched, Government has said. The company has not been operati...

Metallon Gold yet to indigenise

Farirai Machivenyika  recently in Shamva Metallon Gold Zimbabwe, which operates four gold mines in the country, is yet to comply with the indigenisation regulations while it claims it is in talks wit...

Small-scale miners cry foul

Senior Reporter Small scale miners in Shamva have called on Government to confiscate claims from people who are holding onto them for speculative purposes saying the practice was affecting the countr...
President Mugabe

Economy on recovery path, says President

Lloyd Gumbo Senior Reporter— President Mugabe yesterday presented prizes to police and army officers, war veterans and civilians who performed well in the 2014 President’s Medal Shoot Competiti...