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Vision 2030

2 days ago | December 11, 2019

Road rehab ongoing despite funding constrains

From George Maponga in Masvingo The upgrading of key roads across the province is ongoing despite funding constraints. ...

4 days ago | December 9, 2019

To achieve productivity, leadership is key

Lawson Mabhena News and Politics Editor Securing a stable economy, middle-income status and restoring the country’s ...

3 weeks ago | November 22, 2019

Govt spells out councils’ role in Vision 2030

Blessings Chidakwa Municipal Correspondent Government has challenged local authorities to become hubs of urban ...

1 month ago | November 8, 2019

Black empowerment taking root in lowveld

Before the turn of the millennium and the advent of the land reform programme, the sugarcane farming sector was largely ...

1 month ago | November 7, 2019

UK special envoy meets President

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter Top Foreign and Commonwealth Office official dealing with Africa Mrs Harriet ...

‘Junior doctors open to dialogue’

Paidamoyo Chipunza Senior Health Reporter Junior doctors, many of whom have now been fired for missing five or more days ...

‘Innovation will drive industrialisation’

Golden Sibanda Senior Business Reporter ZIMBABWE is poised for rapid industrialisation propelled by the wheels of a ...

CUT to establish medical school

Heather Charema Mash West Bureau Chinhoyi University of Technology (CUT) yesterday signed a tripartite Memorandum of ...

Zim businesses turn to solar energy

Martin Kadzere MANY Zimbabwean small to large businesses are turning to solar energy to try and overcome one of the ...

Sanctions not in the national interest

Takunda Maodza Manicaland Bureau Chief ARE sanctions on Zimbabwe in the national interest? Some Zimbabweans still think ...

‘Zim has made significant strides’

Roselyne Sachiti Interview Twenty-five years later Zimbabwe lived to its commitment. I remember after the first 10 years ...

2 months ago | October 3, 2019

Govt spends $2,5bn on infrastructure

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter Government has spent over $2,5 billion on infrastructure projects, which are key ...

3 months ago | September 25, 2019

Commonwealth speeds up Zim readmission

Commonwealth secretary-general Mrs Patricia Scotland has expressed satisfaction with Zimbabwe’s reforms and revealed ...

Zinara disburses $42m for road projects

The Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) has disbursed $42 million countrywide for road projects as it resumes ...

President courts health investors

President Mnangagwa has challenged investors in the health services sector to come to Zimbabwe, saying Government is ...