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Zimbabwe's deflation is predicted to stay as the government does not have enough fiscal space to expand expenditure and increase public spending power, analysts said.
Yolanda Yona, a student at Tompkins Cortland Community College and a native of Zimbabwe, has found a platform to make a difference.
HARARE. A Zimbabwean court has fined seven Ugandans accused of entering the country illegally.
The UK government is being urged to consider implementing a moratorium on the deportations of failed Zimbabwe asylum seekers, because of the worsening situation there.
Zimbabwe Open University head Primrose Kurasha and four top officials have come under scrutiny over alleged fraudulent activities at the institution.
A ZIMBABWE Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company employee was last week slapped with a two-month jail term for illegally connecting electricity to a house and collecting bills without the company's knowledge.
The Zimbabwe government is working on various programmes to formalise operations of the country's small and medium enterprises in order to increase their contribution to the fiscus through taxes.
Zimbabwean opposition parties have reportedly taken a swipe at the ruling Zanu-PF party and described it as "worse than the Smith regime".
An American businessman has admitted he illegally lobbied on behalf of ZANU PF for the removal of US targeted restrictive measures against the Robert Mugabe regime, and now faces a five year jail term.
Bernard Bwoni This is a unique country, founded on the principles of freedom and emancipation on the backdrop of a protracted liberation war against a system that deliberately and ruthlessly segregated and mutilated on racial grounds.
T leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Sunday took his current countrywide campaign trail to the resort town of Victoria Falls where he repeated calls for a concerted political response to the country's worsening political crisis.
WAM ABU DHABI, 14th April, 2014 -- President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has sent a congratulatory cable to Robert Mugabe, the Zimbabwean President, on the occasion of his country's Independence Day.
Government should impose stiffer penalties on child rapists including castration and long prison terms as a solution to the vice that has devastated lives and hopes of many children, an official has said.
Confusion is reigning supreme over the government's directive to slash salaries of parastatal heads and local authority bosses amid revelations that the order has either not been officially communicated or has been ignored altogether.
Government pronouncements over the resurrection of the giant steelmaker, Ziscosteel, now renamed New Zim Steel have become a source of depression rather than hope to the thousands of families in Redcliff, whose livelihoods depend on the steel making company.
SIX Mbada Diamonds employees who were fingered in a US$3 million scam implicating Mutare diamond dealer Mudassar Khan, have filed a High Court application seeking the release of their vehicles which were confiscated upon their arrest.