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  • Council gets tough on traffic offenders

    Friday, 29 May 2015 Radio Dialogue

    The Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing has modified Bulawayo City Council’s by-laws to give the local authority power to clamp and tow away vehicles that violate the city’s traffic regulations. The ministry, in terms of section 229 of the Urban Councils Act , approved...

  • Government rules out pay hike for civil servants

    Thursday, 28 May 2015 CHANNELZIM

    Civil servants will now be looking to see whether President Robert Mugabe calls his treasury chief to order again after government ruled out a wage increase for its 500,000-strong workforce. Finance...

  • Beating prone Mangoma thumped again over wife snatching charge

    Wednesday, 27 May 2015 CHANNELZIM

    MDC Renewal treasurer general Elton Mangoma was Wednesday assaulted by a party youth who is accusing the former Energy Minister of “snatching his wife”. Ironically, he was beaten up last year after...

  • Farai Mbira Officially Launches Zimbabweans United for Democracy Party

    Wednesday, 27 May 2015 VOA Studio 7

    The Zimbabweans United for Democracy Party (ZUNDE) formed in the Diaspora in 2013, whose leadership include former High Court Judge, Justice Benjamin Paradza, launched its operations in Zimbabwe on...

  • Zimbabwe's Vending Crisis Reaching Alarming Levels

    Tuesday, 26 May 2015 VOA Studio 7

    Zimbabwe after years of an economic collapse is now faced with a serious problem of hordes of struggling vendors estimated at 5,7 million who have invaded every little space in cities and towns...

  • Mnangagwa is a small boy — Tsvangirai

    Tuesday, 26 May 2015 CHANNELZIM

    Opposition MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday took a swipe at Vice-President Emmerson Mnangangwa describing him as a “small boy” with no political clout to challenge for the...

  • Chinese ferrochrome miner Xin Yu reopens, lays off 100 workers

    Tuesday, 26 May 2015 CHANNELZIM

    Chinese ferrochrome miner Xin Yu Mining has resumed operations, three months after shutting down its Gweru plant citing high production costs, but has terminated contracts for close to 100 workers,...

  • Tongaat Hullet to increase Zimbabwe outgrowers by 20pct in 2017

    Tuesday, 26 May 2015 CHANNELZIM

    Sugar cane grower and processor Tongaat Hullett says it plans to increase the number of local farmers growing sugar cane in its Zimbabwean Lowveld operations by 20 percent to over 1,000 by 2017 from...

  • MDC-T suspends officials for ‘abusing’ social media

    Tuesday, 26 May 2015 CHANNELZIM

    Five MDC-T officials in Bulawayo have been suspended for allegedly abusing social media platforms to attack the party’s top leadership and fanning factionalism. MDC-T secretary-general Douglas...

  • Zimbabweans Urged to Respect Disabled People's Rights

    Tuesday, 26 May 2015 VOA Studio 7

    People living with disabilities in Zimbabwe say the government must take measures to ensure their the respect of their social, economic and health rights, as like in many other countries, they are...

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