President Emmerson Mnangagwa has today spoken on new measures to ease the lockdown. Highlights: People in the informal sector are allowed to operate, but only after they formally register. Once registered, they can resume...
Nespresso, a unit of Nestlé, has announced a long-term investment plan to revive Zimbabwe’s coffee industry. The company will provide training and technical assistance to 400 smallholder coffee farmers over the next five years, with the goal of increasing the...
Zimbabwe and the European Union have signed two financial agreements worth a combined €47 million (US$48 million) to fund Zimbabwean public healthcare and help the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) prepare for the 2023 elections.
In this installment of his column, 'Stories from Dangamvura', Chris Kabwato remembers the young people who left the township to fight in the liberation war, and how the war changed them __
By Takura Zhangazha The Zimbabwean government has signed what it referred to as a Global Compensation Deed (GCD) with ‘former farmers’. The latter being mainly white former commercial farmers as represented by, in the agreement, the Commercial Farmers Union (CFU), Southern...
The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) says it will only release the voters’ roll once legal challenges to candidate nominations are cleared, resisting growing pressure from the opposition to immediately make available the register. Zimbabwe’s...
Political parties are rushing to beat the clock to register their candidates ahead of today’s 4PM deadline. At the High Court, six candidates had been confirmed by 2PM, including President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his...
By Rugare GumboWe have learned with sorrow and sadness of the death of Cde Mukudzei Mudzi (94) the former Executive Secretary (General Secretary) of Dare reChimurenga of ZANU. Cde Mudzi’s death followed that of...
By Washington Samukange and Chancelar Kafere The current global outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has resulted in over 80 000 deaths worldwide. There is no specific treatment, outside of supportive care, that has...
Zimbabwe will not rush to use mineral reserves under a new policy that compels miners to pay half of their royalties in commodities to settle its foreign debt of US$13.2 billion. “We want to...
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