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Align wage increases to tax revenue growth: IMF

Wage increases for civil servants should be aligned to growth in tax revenues to ensure it does not create an ...

Govt to perfect e-recruitment

The e-recruitment platform for prospective nurses is here to stay and Government will continue working on its ...

$40m earmarked for student loans

Government has set aside $40 million towards a revolving education loan fund for access by students from State ...

Mupfumira’s acolyte up for $1,4m fraud

Businesswoman and former Zimbabwe’s Honorary Consular for Investment and Trade in the United Arab Emirates Shamiso Fred ...

OPC prepares for Dubai 2020 Expo

The Office of the President and Cabinet is preparing for Zimbabwe’s participation at the Dubai 2020 Expo with emphasis ...

A job for home-based coaches?

ONE of them sparked interest by revealing his ambitions in his latest autobiography, the other did it by visiting his ...

Cotton output plunges 52pc

Zimbabwe’s cotton output is set to decline by 52 percent this year after a severe drought that was experienced last ...

Power shortage haunts Fidelity

FIDELITY Printers and Refiners, a gold buying and printing unit of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ), says ...

Trio jailed over dangerous weapons

POSSESSING offensive weapons has proved costly for a Harare trio that was slapped with a two-month jail term.

Police in 5-day cybercrime training

AS the anti-cybercrime fight intensifies, the Zimbabwe Republic Police has conducted a five-day train-the-trainer ...

Zimbabwe is a country of laws

Zimbabwe is a nation governed by law. There is not a thing that happens (or should happen) that is not provided for by ...

Champion boxer Pambeni hailed

THE Zimbabwe National Boxing Control Board and the Ministry of Youth, Sport, Arts and Culture have congratulated Peter ...

City working on decongesting Mbudzi roundabout

Harare City Council has started implementing its master plan which will ease congestion at the Mbudzi roundabout.

Sugar exports to jump 21 percent

Zimbabwe’s sugar exports are forecast to increase by 21 percent to 145 000 tonnes in 2019, from 120 000 tonnes last year ...