• Beitbridge Border Post Shut Down Over Import Ban on Basic Commodities

    Friday, 01 July 2016 VOA Studio 7

    WASHINGTON DC — Zimbabwe’s Beitbridge border post has been shut down following protests over the imposition of an import ban on various commodities. South Africans have joined the protest at the country’s border post resulting in traffic jams that have crippled operations. Promise Mkwanazi of...

  • ‘Uncertain tenure makes agriculture unattractive for investment’

    Friday, 01 July 2016 CHANNELZIM

    HARARE  – Zimbabwe’s land tenure system has made the agriculture sector the least attractive to both foreign and local investors, the head of the country’s investment promotion body has...

  • CZI supports imports restrictions

    Friday, 01 July 2016 Radio Dialogue

    Confederation for Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) president Busisa Moyo Wednesday said the industrial body welcomes measures by Government to remove certain products from the open general import licence...

  • Rampant poaching in Matobo National Park worry authorities

    Friday, 01 July 2016 Radio Dialogue

    Matobo Rural District authorities have expressed concern over rampant poaching at Matobo National Park and have urged locals to play an active role in the preservation of the historic heritage...

  • F-Word Outburst on Mugabe Lands Lumumba in Trouble

    Friday, 01 July 2016 VOA Studio 7

    WASHINGTON DC — Acie Lumumba, who launched a new political party known as Viva Zimbabwe on Thursday and dropped an f-word on President Robert Mugabe, was allegedly beaten up by unknown assailants...

  • Zimbabwe Civil Servants to Hold Meeting Over Unpaid June Salaries

    Friday, 01 July 2016 VOA Studio 7

    WASHINGTON D.C. — Apex Council, the civil servants’ umbrella body, is planning to convene a meeting in Harare on Friday to deliberate on the feedback from members of various unions following...

  • Is Mugabe Listening to Zimbabweans' Call for Him to Step Down?

    Friday, 01 July 2016 VOA Studio 7

    WASHINGTON DC — Some Zimbabweans have been of late staging public protests over the deteriorating social, economic and political situation in the country. The protesters, including the Movement for...

  • Gukurahundi Atrocities Forced Nkomo to Sign Unity Accord

    Friday, 01 July 2016 VOA Studio 7

    “Nkomo left us a legacy of true reconciliation, where people have to be truly reconciled despite their political backgrounds, besides their ethnic and religious backgrounds." WASHINGTON —...

  • Lumumba Dares Mugabe, Uses 'F' Word On President

    Thursday, 30 June 2016 Radio VOP

    HARARE – Overzealous former Zanu PF youth activist Acie Lumumba on Thursday dared President Robert Mugabe and the state when he openly used the ‘F’ word in insulting the 92 year-old leader. The 27...

  • Education Perm-Sec defends govt teacher deployment criteria

    Thursday, 30 June 2016 Radio Dialogue

    The Primary and Secondary Education Permanent Secretary Dr Sylvia Utete-Masango has defended government’s deployment of non-Ndebele speaking teachers in the region saying villagers need counselling...

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