LATEST: President in Angola

Felex Share in LUANDA, Angola President Mnangangwa has arrived in Luanda, Angola ahead of his meeting with his counterpart President Joao Lourenco today. The Head of State and Government is accompanied by Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Sibusiso Moyo, permanent secretaries George Charamba (Information, Media and Broadcasting Services), Partson Mbiriri (Energy and Power Development),…
Continue reading…

 

LATEST: Kangai in court

Fungai Lupande Court Reporter Former NetOne CEO Reward Kangai appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Rumbidzai Mugwagwa today facing 21 counts of criminal abuse of office charges. Kangai’s lawyer Mr Nyasha Munetsi is challenging the legality of the arrest saying there are no reasonable grounds to suspect that Kangai committed any offence. He submitted that his…
Continue reading…

 

LATEST: RBZ dismisses documents as fake

Herald Reporter The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has distanced itself from fake documents circulating on social media purporting to be confirmation of negotiations between the central bank and a South African company for $5 billion liquidity support to Zimbabwe. In a statement this afternoon, RBZ Governor DR John Mangudya dismissed the letters as fake….
Continue reading…

 

LATEST: Zimbabwe, China to strengthen ties

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter Zimbabwe and China are finalising modalities to commence construction of three major infrastructural development projects as the two countries pledge to further strengthen their bilateral relations. The projects set for take-off include construction of the new parliament building, expansion of the Robert Mugabe International Airport and Hwange Thermal Power Station. This…
Continue reading…

 

UPDATED: Politburo acts on price hikes •Chiwenga to head ad-hoc committee on prices •Your days are numbered, ED warns saboteurs

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter— The Zanu-PF Politburo yesterday set up an ad-hoc committee to deal with wanton price increases for basic commodities in the past three months, with President Mnangagwa warning unscrupulous businesspeople that Government would deal with them severely.The ad-hoc committee is chaired by the revolutionary party’s Second Secretary and Vice President General Constantino Chiwenga…
Continue reading…

 

LATEST: Politburo acts on prices

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter The Zanu PF Politburo has established an ad-hoc committee to deal with wanton price increases for basic commodities in the past three months with President Mnangagwa warning unscrupulous business people Government would deal with them. The ad-hoc committee is chaired by the revolutionary party’s second Secretary and Vice President General Constantino…
Continue reading…

 

LATEST: Chihuri sued for $3m

Fungai Lupande Senior Court Reporter A Harare businessman today filed a civil lawsuit of almost $3 million against retired Commissioner-General of the Zimbabwe Republic Police Augustine Chihuri whom he accuses of causing his arrest, torture and harassment. The businessman, Mr Bigboy Pachirera who is represented by lawyer Mr Rungano Mahuni, also alleges that the former…
Continue reading…

 

LATEST: Pupils killed in accident

Herald Reporters Three people, including two pupils, died after they were crushed by a trailer of a cross-border bus while they were walking along a road in Glen Norah B today. The bus from a local company, Jarax, was coming from South Africa towing a trailer loaded with goods. National police spokesman Chief Superintendent Paul…
Continue reading…

 

LATEST: Zim acts on embassies arrears

Herald Reporter Government has begun mobilizing resources to clear arrears in respect of salaries, rentals and other running costs for its various embassies dotted around the globe as part of efforts to rebuild the image of the country, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Sibusiso Moyo has said. Tied to the ongoing efforts, Minister…
Continue reading…

 

LATEST: Tsvangirai hails President

Herald Reporter MDC-T leader, Mr Morgan Tsvangirai has today hailed the visit last week to his Highlands residence by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to check on his health following his disclosure that he was suffering from cancer of the colon more than a year ago. In a statement, Mr Tsvangirai said the visit was significant both…
Continue reading…