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Govt Bid To Pacify Labour Over SEZ Hits Snag

By Dylan Murambgi Harare, August 17, 2016 – GOVERNMENT’S efforts to pacify labour appeared to hit a snag Tuesday after the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions ... Full story

Major Power Outage In Zim After Units Fail

HARARE - Zimbabwe experienced a major power outage after most energy units went down on Sunday. Power went down at around 3pm before it was restored ... Full story

Mahiya To Spend Five Nights In Custody

By Professor Mutodzi Harare, July 31, 2016 – EMBATTLED Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) spokesperson Douglas Mahiya's bail hearing was on Saturday further deferred to ... Full story

Lessons To Be Learnt From Zimbabwe’s Blunt Use Of An Import Ban

The control of imported goods is a quick fix that doesn't resolve fundamental economic problems. It must be accompanied by a policy focus on macroeconomic ... Full story

Mandiwanzira Exposes Tafataona Mahoso's BAZ

By Professor Matodzi   Harare, July 24, 2016 - INFORMATION, Communication and Technology and Courier Services Minister, Supa Mandiwanzira has embarrassed the Tafataona Mahoso led Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) ... Full story

Zimbabwe To Pay Army Next Week, Teachers In August

Zimbabwe will pay July salaries for the army on Monday, more than a week late, but teachers will only receive their wages next month, a ... Full story

Zim Pressing For More Disclosure By Listed Firms

Harare – Zimbabwe is pressing for more disclosure and transparency by listed companies in the country and will start requiring more detailed and lengthy financial ... Full story

African Countries Pressure Zimbabwe To Reverse Import Ban

A South African government team is in Harare to air its concerns to Zimbabwe about the newly implemented trade restrictions on certain imported goods.South Africa ... Full story

Govt Pay Farce: Biti Demands Chinamasa Resignation

By Mlondolozi Ndlovu Harare, July 20, 2016 – PEOPLE’S Democratic Party (PDP) president and former Finance Minister Tendai Biti has demanded the resignation of his predecessor ... Full story

Chinamasa Says Sanctions To Blame For Zim's Cash Crunch

Kigali - Zimbabwe's finance minister blamed international sanctions on Sunday for a cash crunch that has forced the government to delay wages to soldiers and ... Full story

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