0802-1-1-TOBACCO 2

Tobacco exports up 10 percent

Michael Tome Business Reporter The country has exported 45,6 million kilogrammes of flue-cured tobacco worth $214,7 million since the beginning of the year.

Potraz riled by quality of service

Golden Sibanda Senior Business Reporter THE Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe has started writing to telecoms operators whose services fall short of statutory standards.
The openness of the Internet has meant that online media sites and pages do not have to adhere to media ethics and standards and many take advantage of this to peddle dishonest information or fake news

Be wary of fake news

Christopher Farai Charamba Correspondent The 21st Century has spoilt the human race as information is widely and readily available and can be accessed at the click of a button.

Colcom to delist from ZSE

Colcom Holdings yesterday said it might soon delist from the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) after its major shareholder, Innscor Africa announced plans to acquire all shares in the pork foods producer
Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa

‘Govt commits to constitutionalism’

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter— Acting President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday said Government was committed to the principles of constitutionalism, separation of powers and judicial indep...

President fulfils AU promise

Tendai Mugabe Senior Reporter— PART of the 300 head of cattle donated by President Mugabe to the African Union (AU) have been converted to cash through an auction as part of efforts to ensure t...
Traffic Safety Officers on safe driving campaign along the Lupane Victoria Falls road in Lupane today.(Pictures by Eliah Saushoma)

Slow down, drivers urged

Freeman Razemba Crime Reporter The Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe (TSCZ) has embarked on road traffic speed management awareness campaigns at bus termini and taxi ranks in Harare as part of the G...

Brother rapes sister, mum turns blind eye

Tendai Rupapa Senior Court Reporter A 21-year-old man allegedly raped his 16-year-old sister on several occasions and when the victim reported the abuse to their mother, she swept the matter under th...

POSB boss steps down

Martin Kadzere Senior Business Reporter POSB general manager (finance) Patience Shuro has stepped down after the board decided to renew her contract by only six months to give it enough time to study...

Mandiwanzira’s sister laid to rest

Talent Hwari and Praise Bvumbamera Minister for Information, Communication Technology and Courier Services Supa Mandiwanzira’s sister Loveness Susan Kadzirange, who died two weeks ago in the United K...

President off to Singapore

Herald Reporter PRESIDENT Mugabe yesterday left Zimbabwe for Singapore for his routine medical check-up. He is expected back in Zimbabwe at the weekend in time for the burial of National Hero, Retire...

Cash-rich middlemen rip off farmers

Walter Nyamukondiwa Chinhoyi Bureau Cash-rich middlemen are ripping off desperate farmers by buying maize for as little as $140 per tonne, which they in some instances resell to the Grain Marketing B...