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Zimdollar shortage hits the country

Bankers Association of Zimbabwe CEO Fanwall Mutogo said the cash problems were a result of lack of injection of local currency at the country’s banks.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Sep. 22, 2022

Residents crafting local governance reforms manifesto

HARARE residents associations are developing a residents’ manifesto to initiate local governance reforms ahead of next year’s polls.
By Tatenda Manyinyire and Vanessa Gonye Sep. 22, 2022

Grade 7 exams in limbo

Amalgamated Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe president Obert Musaraure said unions had agreed to down tools from Monday to pressure government to meet their demands.

‘Power cuts choke mines, industry’

The Chamber of Mines Zimbabwe (CoMZ) said the severe load-shedding would result in failure by the country to achieve the US$12 billion mining economy by 2030.

Zesa doubles power charges

Tariffs for one to 50 units of power were increased from $8,02 to $15 per unit, while 51 to 100 units now cost $30 from $16,08 per unit.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Sep. 28, 2022

US$40 billion needed for infrastructure development

FINANCE deputy minister Clemence Chiduwa says US$40 billion is needed to fix Zimbabwe’s infrastructure.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Sep. 29, 2022

Hwange ‘explosion’ blackouts Zim

The cause of the explosion is, however, still unknown.

Women urged to take advantage of Women’s Bank

Nzenza said it was important to develop economies where men and women have equal opportunities.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Oct. 3, 2022

2 nabbed for drugs, python skin

“The suspect, who intended to board an Ethiopian Airline to Addis Ababa en-route to India, was found with 9,2kg of heroin stuffed in the lining of her travelling bag".

Zim wins award for its GBV fight

The Global Learning Sympo Fortitude Awards were held last month in Cancún, Mexico. 
By Tatenda Manyinyire and Nqobizwe Thebe Oct. 5, 2022

Fire destroys city flats

The fire at corner 2nd Avenue and George Silundika Street, where property worth millions of dollars went up in flames, was successfully doused before engulfing the entire building.

Police assault NewsDay journalist

According to the reporter Moreblessings Nyoni, police saw him taking pictures and requested for a Press card and his reasons for taking pictures.

Chamisa ‘sneaks’ into rural areas

The CCC leader had to call off the rally after top Zanu PF officials took over the venue claiming they had booked it for their rally.
By Miriam Mangwaya and Tatenda Manyinyire Oct. 9, 2022

ZimStat conducts agric and livestock survey

ZimStat spokesperson Roland Chiringa said the survey would be done ahead of the 2022/23 agricultural season.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Oct. 11, 2022

Drug shortage stalls FMD fight

The Veterinary Services Department says it is struggling to contain the outbreak.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Oct. 14, 2022

Teachers ‘frog-marched’ to ED indaba

The three-day event is being held at the Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) amid allegations that schools were made to donate US$10 towards the launch.
By Miriam Mangwaya and Tatenda Manyinyire Oct. 19, 2022

Veld fires cause loss of Zesa equipment

Zimbabwe currently experiences electricity blackouts due to the aging plant at its Kariba hydro power station and the main coal-driven power generators at Hwange.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Oct. 20, 2022

Zesa warns over veld fires

Zesa says veld fires have been posing threats to electricity infrastructure.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Oct. 22, 2022

WFP leaves 80% food insecure Zimbos exposed

Zimbabwe has been listed among 20 countries deemed to be hunger hotpots following drought-induced poor harvests in the 2021-22 farming season.

Zim in intensive polio vaccine programme

The first round of polio vaccinations will run from October 27 to 30, while the second round will commence from December 1 to 4.
By Tatenda Manyinyire and Lorraine Muromo Oct. 26, 2022

Japan donates malaria, TB detection machine

This is the second GeneXpert machine for Zimbabwe.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Oct. 28, 2022

WHO issues TB warning

A recent WHO global TB report states that drug resistant TB (DR-TB) increased by 3% between 2020 and 2021, with cases rapidly increasing in 2022.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Nov. 2, 2022

‘Attacks on journalists must stop’

Yesterday, Zimbabwe joined other nations in commemorating International Day to end Impunity for Crimes against Journalists.
By Lorraine Muromo and Tatenda Manyinyire Nov. 3, 2022

HCC demolishes ‘illegal’ houses in Tafara

HARARE City Council (HCC) yesterday demolished several “illegal” houses in New Tafara

Zim launches satellite

The launch, which was done by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa), was initially set for November 6, but was postponed due to a fire alarm.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Nov. 8, 2022

Health sector should get largest chunk of 2023 budget

Ncube is expected to announce the 2023 national budget at the end of this month.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Nov. 8, 2022

RBZ allocates US$3 billion to businesses

THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe says US$3 billion has been allotted to businesses through the RBZ forex auction since its inception in 2020.
By Tatenda Manyinyire Nov. 10, 2022

670K kids die of pneumonia yearly

The top four causes of DALYs in Zimbabwe are respiratory infections, HIV/AIDS, maternal and neonatal issues, and cardiovascular disease. 
By Vanessa Gonye and Tatenda Manyinyire Nov. 15, 2022

First Lady urges women to fight food insecurity

The First Lady’s UTP programme seeks to create agri-business hubs to build urban resilience and fight poverty in different provinces.
By Emma Nhancumba and Tatenda Manyinyire Nov. 22, 2022

34 anti-govt vapostori fined US$18 each

They were accused of singing songs deemed to be offensive to the State and hindering free movement of people and vehicles. The 34 were represented by human rights lawyer Evans Moyo.