No price controls: President works towards negotiated solution to madness

Felex Share, Harare Bureau PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has ruled out legislation against arbitrary price increases and instead directed Industry, Commerce and Enterprise Development Minister Dr Mike Bimha to bring together stakeholders and take corrective measures. In a brief interview after the swearing-in of Vice-Presidents Constantino Chiwenga and Kembo Mohadi at State House in Harare yesterday,… …
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Is the Homecoming show losing appeal?

Bongani Ndlovu, Showbiz Correspondent FOR any other show this was a decent crowd. But for a Kalawa Homecoming party, it was a yawn! AmaZulu Sports Club in Bulawayo on Wednesday played host to the lowest crowd to ever grace the Kalawa Homecoming party. The annual party always attracts thousands of people with its venue teeming… …
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Zanu-PF congratulates President

Lovemore Meya Herald Correspondent The ruling party zanu-pf has congratulated President Emmerson Mnangagwa for appointing his deputies, General Constantino Chiwenga (Retired) and Cde Kembo Mohadi, who were both sworn in yesterday. Party secretary for information and publicity and spokesperson Cde Simon Khaya Moyo said the appointments should bring in the much-needed probity in the party. “In…
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DPC hopes against hope

Africa Moyo Business Reporter Debt collection and disposal of AfrAsia Bank Zimbabwe Limited’s assets is still underway as the liquidator battles to raise funds to pay depositors due to an illiquid market. The development comes at a time when a paltry $4,8 million has been paid out of claims of $61 million that were provisionally accepted by…
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HAPLESS CHEVRONS . . . . . Streak wants Zim to cut Tests

PORT ELIZABETH. — Zimbabwe coach Heath Streak said his team might have to accept playing more limited overs cricket or settle for a lower level of Test cricket after they suffered an innings defeat inside two days against South Africa at St George’s Park on Wednesday. South Africa won by an innings and 120 runs after…
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Former minister Hlongwane arrested

Freedom Mupanedemo Midlands Bureau Former Sport, Arts and Recreation Minister and Member of Parliament for Mberengwa East Makhosini Hlongwane was yesterday picked up by police at his farm on the outskirts of Zvishavane town. Police also seized about 10 tonnes of sugar beans they found stashed at the former minister’s farm. Acting police spokesperson for Midlands Province…
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LATEST: SA based Zimbabweans blast ZIMRA

Thupeyo Muleya, Beitbridge Bureau Zimbabweans based in South Africa have raised concerns over the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority’s (Zimra) random variation of the validity of Temporary Import Permits (TIP) for those driving foreign registered vehicles into the country. The worst affected are those visiting the country and fall under the Zimbabwe Special Permits (ZSP), which was…
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LATEST: ZCDC employees steal $500K diamonds

Fungai Lupande Senior Court Reporter Four Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) employees have appeared in court accused of conniving to smuggle fake diamonds into the company’s sorting house, replacing them with high quality diamonds thereby swindling the firm of half a million dollars. ZCDC diamond sorter Anesu Dhliwayo (34) today appeared before Harare magistrate Ms…
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LATEST: Break-in at Muchinguri-Kashiri offices

Herald Reporter Unknown intruders broke into offices belonging to the Minister of Water, Environment and Climate Change Cde Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri during the night over the weekend. The offices are housed at Kaguvi Building in Harare and the motive behind the break-in is still unknown. As of today, it remains unclear whether or not there were…
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