ZETDC under fire

Leonard Ncube in Victoria Falls THE Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC), a subsidiary of Zesa Holdings has come under fire from prospective employees for demanding the “expensive” Samsung J7 smartphone as one of the requirements. Recently, ZETDC flighted an advert seeking to recruit 20 data capture clerks on a fixed term contract in… …
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Coltart says sorry: Rhodesia era cop apologises for atrocities against Africans

Mashudu Netsianda, Senior Reporter FORMER Education Minister Senator David Coltart has lauded President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Government following the passing of the National Peace and Reconciliation Act, saying it was a step in the right direction. In a statement he posted on his page on micro-blogging site, twitter on Friday, Sen Coltart also apologised for the… …
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‘President complied with Constitution on Operation Restore Legacy: Chokuda

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter— President Mnangagwa complied with the Constitution by informing Parliament of the deployment of soldiers around the country during Operation Restore Legacy, Clerk of Parliament Mr Kennedy Chokuda has said. Operation Restore Legacy was launched in November by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces to thwart a potential volatile situation in the country that was caused…
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‘Crisis, what crisis?’

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor— ZIFA leaders have said there won’t be a leadership vacuum in domestic football, or a legitimacy crisis to their hold on power in the national game, if the elections — as is set to be the case — are held after March 29 this year. Critics have been singing a chorus of…
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Bosso candidates reviewed, accepted

Ricky Zililo, Senior Sports Reporter CANDIDATES vying for Highlanders’ executive committee elections had their credentials accepted by members at the club’s annual general meeting held yesterday. The meeting, which was held at the clubhouse, started with 123 bonafide members and also sealed Ernest “Maphepha” Sibanda’s fate as there were no objections to the board’s decision… …
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Meeting investor expectations critical for Zim

President Mnangagwa has committed himself to meeting, in their broad totality, investor expectations in order to open floodgates for much-needed investments. It is fact not fiction, that the country is rich in untapped natural resources and, therefore, pregnant with business opportunities. What is needed is a deliberate unlocking of this national treasure and repackaging it for the…
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RBZ draws $450m from nostro facility

Happiness Zengeni Recently in Davos, Switzerland— The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has drawn down $450 million out of the latest $600 million nostro stabilisation facility secured from the Afreximbank last year, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor Dr John Mangudya has said. The first draw down of the facility – secured in September last year –…
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WANTED Poster going viral on social media

This poster is going viral on social media today – but there is uncertainty over whether it is a genuine ZRP poster or a clever Photoshop prank. Feedback from readers who have managed to get through to the numbers printed on the poster would be much appreciated.
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