$176m for civil servants bonuses

Livingstone Marufu Business Reporter Government has set aside $176 million to pay civil servants their annual bonuses, Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa announced yesterday.
Minister Gumbo

NRZ revival will cut transport costs: Gumbo

Walter Mswazie in Chiredzi THE scheduled resuscitation of the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) will go a long way in preventing the damage of national roads, Transport and Infrastructure Developme...
Cde Matiza

Embrace new minister: Matiza

Rutendo Rori Mash East Correspondent Zanu-pf Mashonaland East provincial chairman Cde Joel Biggie Matiza yesterday urged party members to welcome the newly-appointed Minister of State Cde David Musab...
Ambassador Mubi

OPC lauds branding progress

Blessings Chidakwa Mash West Correspondent Government has commended Mashonaland West province for making significant strides in coming up with a recognisable provincial brand in line with the Rapid R...
Zimbabwe is this year likely to see a 10-15 percent decline in the volume of tobacco delivered to the auction floors  due to the unfavourable  weather

Tobacco hectarage declines

Rumbidzayi Zinyuke Manicaland Bureau MANICALAND has registered a decline in the area put under tobacco for the 2017-2018 summer cropping season, statistics from the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Boa...

Gold miners, authorities clash in Banket

Heather Charema Mash West Correspondent The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) is on collision course with some gold miners in Banket who are operating on land declared unsuitable for mining.

Woman (53) starts Grade 1

Conrad Mupesa Correspondent At least 20 elderly people, including a 53-year-old woman in Mhangura, are now able to read and write after enrolling for non-formal education at Mhangura Primary School.

EMA hails drastic decrease in veld fires

John Murwira Mash West Correspondent Mashonaland West province witnessed a drastic reduction in the total area affected by veld fires this year from 539 134 hectares last year to 41 800 hectares, the...
President Mnangagwa

President hails colonial exorcism

Felex Share Senior Reporter The renaming of institutions after the country’s national heroes is a way of exorcising the ghost of colonialism and preserving Zimbabwe’s history, President Emmerson Mnan...
Pall-bearers carry a casket bearing the body of national hero  Dr Timothy Stamps during a memorial service in Harare yesterday. — Picture by Justin Mutenda

Emulate patriotic Stamps: President

Elita Chikwati Senior Reporter President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday urged Zimbabweans to unite, bury their differences and work towards the development of the nation as national hero Dr Timothy Sta...