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10 hours ago | April 19, 2018

President pained by cash shortages

President Mnangagwa has reaffirmed the country’s economy is forecast to grow by 4,5 percent this year on the back of a robust performance in agriculture, mining, tourism and the construction sector.

MHOFU CRIES FOR CREATIVITY

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter Zimbabwe.. . . . . . 0 Botswana . . . . (1) 1 WARRIORS coach Sunday Chidzambwa was ...

Fuel price cut likely

FUEL prices are expected to decline in the near future amid indications that Government is contemplating further ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let’s dream big for our country

“Let us think big about our country, for the Bible says, “As a man thinks in his heart, so he is. Let us also speak and ...

Zim delegation dazzles investors on Wall Street

After decades of economic isolation, the Zimbabwe Government, led by the Minister of Finance and Economic Development ...

President condemns violence, hate speech

President Mnangagwa once again made a clarion call yesterday for leaders of all political parties to be exemplary in their conduct and shun violence ahead of the first harmonised elections under ...

‘Zimbabwe will rise again’

Address by the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces, His ...

Inaugural Miss Beitbridge on tomorrow

Preparations for the inaugural Miss Beitbridge that will be held at Purple Heart Hall tomorrow are at advanced stage, ...

Ocean’s derby defiance

Tadious Manyepo Sports Reporter DYNAMOS might be languishing at the bottom end of the standings after failing to win any ...

ZIFA rake R1 million from national teams

ZIFA have received close to R1 million as reward for two senior national teams’ performances in the COSAFA tournaments ...