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Govt supports risk management, good governance: Mavima

Zimbabwe could achieve the goal of becoming an upper-middle-income economy by 2030 on the back of a shared vision and a commitment to risk management and good governance practices.
By Blessed Ndlovu 2h ago
Communities must lead in fight against HIV/Aids
Communities must lead in fight against HIV/Aids
In Zimbabwe in 2022 there were 20 000 Aids-related deaths and 17 000 new HIV infections.
By Jane Kalweo 2h ago
DeMbare crave for Chibuku sip
Mangombe’s men pushed Ngezi all the way in the league race, but fell short in the end, eventually finishing third on the log table.
By Henry Mhara 2h ago
Lady Cheetahs cry foul
Uganda Rugby Union chairperson, Godwin Kayangwe said the move aims to align the ladies game with their male counterparts.
Mthuli shifts goalposts, increases 2024 national budget
Heading into the budget, economists warned that increasing the national budget would fuel inflationary pressures.
Settle voters roll dispute outside court — Judge
Opposition political parties, electoral watchdogs and other stakeholders have expressed concern over the failure by Zec to provide the voters roll whenever it is requested.
By Mirriam Mangwaya 2h ago
Budget highlights
Annual inflation expected to close 2023 at slightly below 20%. In 2024, annual inflation is anticipated to end the year at between 10% to 20%
By Newsday 2h ago
Youth ministry tackles drug abuse
However, Madhekeni said sending drug abusers to mental health institutions was not the answer.
Eliminating sexual harassment in organisations: A call for zero tolerance
Women who have experienced sexual harassment at work are more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety, and they may even be forced to leave their jobs as a result.
Council dragged to court over cholera outbreak
Mariga said failure to provide clean water was a violation of his rights as provided for in section 77 of the Constitution.
20 000 Zimbos get UK visas
This shows that most worker visas issued to immigrants in the UK, from Zimbabwe, went to those who were bringing in family members.
By Tatira Zwinoira 2h ago
Hackers raid Hwange Electricity Supply Company’s bank account
 The following day, Alic Mudenda from the Hwange RDC contacted the complainant making a follow-up on the payment.
Govt overhauls vocational training programmes
Machakaire, however, admitted that VTCs were facing various challenges related to underfunding.
By Sharon Buwerimwe 2h ago
Public health system requires radical reforms
How can someone run a central hospital without the necessary management qualifications?
By Johannes Marisa 2h ago
Mthuli squeezes consumers, businesses
Failure to register will see applicable penalties invoked, Ncube said.
By Tatira Zwinoira 2h ago
‘Recalled Makone still running Harare’
Chitengu’s name was on Tshabangu’s recall list, but he survived because his surname was misspelt.
By Kenneth Nyangani 2h ago
Hurungwe MP appeals for food aid
He indicated that wards 1 and 4 required 20 tonnes each, wards 7 and 8 about 75 tonnes each, while ward 9 required 100 tonnes.
By Nhau Mangirazi 2h ago
Businessman offers US$25 as child support
Dlamini dismissed the girl’s application for lack of merit.
By Rejoice Phiri 2h ago
Open Mic returns after 2-year sabbatical
AN afternoon of entertainment awaits merrymakers as the Harare Open Mic concert makes a return tomorrow at Ela the Garden in Newlands, Harare, after a two-year hiatus.
Govt targets agricultural land barons
His ministry is the only government arm authorised to issue tenure documents on agricultural land as it administers relevant Acts assigned to it by the President.
By Vincent Mungofa 2h ago
Sakarombe transmits cultural values through stone images
Sakarombe, like other visual artists, is longing for an investor who brings on the market tools that enable artists to work on hard stones without wearing out fast.
By Tendai Sauta 2h ago
Egodini Mall: Coltart engages SA property firm
However, Coltart said the engagement with McCormick Property Development did not mean that the BCC had nullified its initial partnership with Terracotta (Private) Limited.
‘Rope in communities in fighting HIV/Aids’
OPHID called on all key stakeholders to recognise the value of communities in building sustainable health services.
By Vanessa Gonye 2h ago
Zim targets to plant 25 million trees
Bulawayo Provincial Affairs and Devolution secretary, Paul Nyoni, commended the tradition of planting trees annually.
What next for chocking Chevrons?
Even their Test status and pedigree in the game could not intimidate Namibia and Uganda.
Whose star shines brightest?
The Golden Boot winner, Takunda Benhura, who scored 13 goals and inspired his side to their first-ever title, is another candidate for the top three gong.
By Fortune Mbele 2h ago
Platinum sides circle on Bosso’s Mbongeni
The Portuguese duo is in the Warriors’ technical fold, with Brito as the head coach and Torres as fitness and conditioning coach.
By Fortune Mbele 2h ago
ED fires deputy minister
Bhila was elected Zanu PF legislator for Chiredzi North in 2018 and he retained the seat in the August polls.
By Staff Reporter 2h ago