Cash strapped Zimbabweans will have to folk out more after government announced plans to bill boreholes, a move that has rattled citizens. Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa) which governs the country’s water bodies has embarked on a drive to install meters on boreholes country wide
The late Dr Eric Bloch Joram Nyathi Group Political Editor THE late Dr Eric Bloch was more than just an accountant. He had diverse talents, very versatile and mixed with people in both government and the private sector with equal ease. He was for a long time chairman of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe, was a member of the Advisory Board which advised former Reserve Bank governor Gideon Gono and later also became a board member of Homelink, an institution set up to encourage Zimbabweans abroad to invest at home.
By Jennifer Gould Keil UNITED STATES – Zimbabwe’s wealthiest man has just rented a $40,000-a-month unit at Harry Macklowe’s converted 737 Park Ave. Strive Masiyiwa rents $40,000 per month luxury apartment in New York City Strive Masiyiwa made his fortune in the telecom business
A BAR room brawl over a prostitute between a former police officer and a patron turned bloody after the two men cut each other up with broken bottles. The ex-cop, Chrispen Jarada, 31, could not stomach losing out on the services of the woman, who was not named in court, to Philiso Dube, 43. He set upon Dube with a beer bottle, sparking a no-holds-barred pub fight that sent other patrons scurrying for cover at the Lounge Bar in Bulawayo’s city centre.
THE recent Scottish independence referendum was such a remote issue in Zimbabwe in terms of proximity of interest to the public and media. Zimbabwe Independent Editorial That’s why it was only peripherally covered, although some people followed the debate and campaigns closely, especially in the last mile of what appeared like a dead heat
THE recent Scottish independence referendum was such a remote issue in Zimbabwe in terms of proximity of interest to the public and media.
Millions of American children returned to school this month, and most have received vaccines that will protect them against serious diseases. However, in many poorer countries, getting life-saving vaccines to the children who need them is an ongoing challenge