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Zimbabwe, Brazil sign MoU on cotton production

Zimbabwe and Brazil have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the up-scaling of cotton production in Zimbabwe.

Solar-powered irrigation for Mpudzi Dam

At least 40 families are set to benefit from the construction of a solar powered irrigation system at Mpudzi Dam in ...

Police must control traffic at dysfunctional robot intersections

Parliament’s Privileges Committee chaired by Chiefs Council president Fortune Charumbira’s punitive measures against ...

First Lady leads walkathon, tree planting

THE country’s environment ambassador, First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa, yesterday joined Zanu-PF youths in tree planting ...

Parly rises above expectations

Parliament’s Privileges Committee chaired by Chiefs Council president Fortune Charumbira’s punitive measures against ...

ZSE equities fall

Zimbabwe Stock Exchange equities fell more than 2 percent over the past week following declines in stock prices of eight ...

POSB to help pensioners with withdrawals

The People’s Own Savings Bank (POSB) is working on a raft of measures to simplify banking and facilitate easy access to ...

Credit guarantee fund boost for miners

A credit guarantee fund has been established to cushion non-gold mining projects across the country from the effects of ...

Oil prices rise

Oil prices rose yesterday, recouping some of the previous session’s losses after OPEC forecast a supply deficit next ...

Parly rises above expectations

Parliament’s Privileges Committee chaired by Chiefs Council president Fortune Charumbira’s punitive measures against ...

Mureza to start assembling cars locally next year

An African vehicle brand registered in Zimbabwe and South Africa, Mureza Auto Company is set to commence assembling cars ...

Dream come true for Chivhu chess players

TWELVE-YEAR-OLD Natasha Choko will lead the Zimbabwe team to this year’s Africa Youth Chess Championships in Namibia ...

Disability and HIV, a deadly embrace

It is official: people with disabilities are disproportionately exposed to HIV than the generality of the populace.

Historic Test hit by bad weather

RAWALPINDI. — Heavy rain and bad light hit the second day of the historic Test cricket between Pakistan and Sri Lanka in ...

African armyworm hits Mashonaland provinces

Farmers in Mashonaland Central and Mashonaland West provinces have been urged to be on the lookout for an African ...