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Corruption is "hurting Africa", Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has reportedly said, as he vowed a crackdown against graft activities in his country, warning that those implicated would be imprisoned.
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THE Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority has completed a study on renewable energy feed in tariffs for applicable technologies in a move aimed at enhancing the country's power supply situation.
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Leading medical aid society, Cimas, is embroiled in a nasty boardroom wrangle stemming from the alleged flouting of its constitution through the illegitimate appointment of some directors, some of whom work for related companies.Board chairperson Mr Mordecai Mahlangu admitted last week that matters were not handled well in aspects of their ... (more)
Some of America's closest friends in Africa have turned with a vengeance on gay people.
The Antwerp World Diamond Centre wants to sell 12 million carats of diamonds from Zimbabwe this year, which would make the southern African country one of the six biggest suppliers to the Belgian-based trading group.
AUTHORITIES in Masvingo have raised the red flag after it emerged cumulative debts owed to the cash-strapped local authority by rate payers, among them state institutions, have surged to nearly $21 million in a period of eight months.
T youth assembly leader Solomon Madzore has been re-admitted at the University of Zimbabwe, enabling him to complete his studies after a "politically motivated hiccup".
CIVIL society groups have dared President Robert Mugabe to name, shame and punish cabinet ministers and other top officials implicated in corruption, including those demanding bribes from potential investors.
TWO Bulawayo appeared in court last Tuesday charged with murder after they allegedly stabbed an elderly man to death for spilling a glass of beer.
T leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Saturday attacked the party faction thought to be led by secretary general Tendai Biti, describing the group as Zanu PF supporters as he addressed a rally in Bulawayo.
On Tuesday 11th March the presiding officers announced in both the National Assembly and the Senate that all portfolio and thematic committee business had been suspended until next Monday, 17th March.
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President Mugabe's daughter, Bona, who tied the knot with Simba Chikore two weeks ago, chose the Seychelles as her honeymoon destination and is already on the Indian Ocean islands with her husband.
AT least 15 hectares of rapoko and sorghum have been destroyed by armyworms across the country, a senior official has said.
Civil servants will get their salary increment next month and the delay in fulfilment of the pay rise promise made last year was a result of a technical hitch in resources mobilisation, President Mugabe has reassured.
President Mugabe yesterday revealed that a Cabinet minister and a female Member of Parliament last week demanded a US$120 000 bribe from a prospective investor.
The animal, which was found at the Bally Vaughan Wildlife Sanctuary in Zimbabwe, decided to make its home in Abby Putterill's hair after climbing in two months ago.