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  • Upgrade to Zimbabwe’s highway to SA will cost $2.7bn

    Tuesday, 23 August 2016 CHANNELZIM

    Zimbabwe has agreed to a $2.7bn deal with companies from Austria and China to upgrade the country’s busiest road linking SA with countries to the north. The deal will be one of the country’s biggest road projects since independence. The highway is economically significant as it links landlocked...

  • PDP Dismisses Govt's Command Agriculture Programme

    Wednesday, 17 August 2016 Radio VOP

    HARARE - The opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has dismissed government’s newly introduced command agriculture programme which seeks to ease the country’s perennial grain shortages by...

  • Rtd Colonel Mbudzi Blasts Govt For Abusing Security Forces

    Tuesday, 09 August 2016 Radio VOP

    MASVINGO - Retired army Colonel Kudzai Mbudzi has slammed the Zanu PF led government for allegedly abusing the country’s security organs to stifle democratic change in Zimbabwe. His remarks come...

  • Zimbos psychologically addicted to USD: RBZ

    Friday, 29 July 2016 Radio Dialogue

    Reserve Bank ofZimbabwe (RBZ) Governor, Dr John Mangudya said when he took office at the Central Bank, he predicted Zimbabwe would face cash shortages because people were addicted and preferred using...

  • “Small scale miners a threat to lives”

    Wednesday, 27 July 2016 Radio Dialogue

    Mines and Mining Development Ministry is concerned about the reckless use of cyanide and expired explosives in the small scale mining sector citing health hazards. Addressing small scale miners at...

  • Regional business discuss Zim’s new import statutes

    Wednesday, 27 July 2016 Radio Dialogue

    REGIONAL business associations are holding discussions over Zimbabwe’s new import regulations – Statutory Instrument (SI) 64 of 2016 that banned importation of basic Commodities from other countries...

  • High Court approves $16mln Allied Bank claims, assets worth millions in dispute

    Thursday, 21 July 2016 CHANNELZIM

    HARARE - The High Court has approved claims by collapsed Allied Bank creditors worth $16 million while assets valued at nearly $17 million are currently in dispute, the bank’s liquidator said on...

  • Harare signs twinning arrangement with Korean city, mayor touts investment potential

    Thursday, 21 July 2016 CHANNELZIM

    HARARE - The City of Harare on Wednesday signed a twinning agreement with the South Korean city of Cheonan, which it said presents attractive investment opportunities. The two cities already enjoy a...

  • Energy regulator rejects ZESA tariff increase proposals

    Thursday, 21 July 2016 CHANNELZIM

    HARARE – Zimbabwe’s energy regulator has rejected an application by power utility ZESA Holdings subsidiaries to increase tariffs by 50 percent, citing the need to keep charges low to boost industrial...

  • New Teachers Code Of Conduct Criminal - Unions

    Wednesday, 20 July 2016 Radio VOP

    HARARE – Teachers unions have dismissed the newly introduced teachers’ code by government, describing it as not only “authoritarian but criminal”. Teachers say they were never consulted when...

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