NRZ on track: Increase in freight volumes set to achieve 14.3pc target rise

Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter THE National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) is on track to achieving this year’s targeted 14.3 percent increase in freight volumes to 3.2 million tonnes up from 2.8 million tonnes in 2016. NRZ general manager Engineer Lewis Mukwada revealed this during a strategic planning workshop in Bulawayo last week organised by… …
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Mnangagwa likely to be nominated President today

Nduduzo Tshuma, Political Editor CDE Emmerson Mnangagwa, likely to be nominated for the position of president today, is looking forward to returning home to join the struggle for national economic revival. In a statement yesterday morning, Cde Mnangagwa, who was  sacked as the country’s Vice President and Zanu-PF second secretary recently, called on Cde Mugabe… …
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Jah Prayzah back to saint from villain

Showbiz Reporter MUSICIAN Jah Prayzah, who had somewhat become a villain when he left the country last week, will likely return a saint as his latest track, Kutonga Kwaro, is undeniably currently one of the most popular and loved songs during this time of political renewal in Zimbabwe. The song, the title track of his… …
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Zim takes over Comesa chair

Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter COMMON Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) secretary-general, Mr Sindiso Ngwenya, has been elected the new chair of the Comesa, East African Community (EAC) and Sadc Tripartite Task Force. He takes over from the EAC secretary-general Ambassador Liberat Mfumukeko. A brief handover ceremony was conducted at the headquarters of… …
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President, ED set for talks

Nduduzo Tshuma, Political Editor PRESIDENT Mugabe will soon engage in talks with former Vice President Emmerson Mnagwagwa as part of efforts to bring sanity to both Zanu-PF and Government following interventions by the Zimbabwe Defence and Security Services last week. The Zimbabwe Defence and Security Services last Wednesday launched “Operation Restore Legacy” —an intervention meant… …
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