A DEPUTY minister had to scurry for cover at a Zanu PF provincial meeting in Gweru at the weekend after a group of angry youths charged at him labelling him a member of the G40 faction that is reportedly seeking to block Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s bid to succeed President Robert Mugabe
The Infrastructure Development Bank of Zimbabwe (IDBZ) has taken Meikles Limited to court seeking to recover over $3 million for breach of contract over a credit facility from the bank.
ZIMBABWE’s State-owned postal agency, Zimpost, and China’s largest courier company, YTO Express, have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that will see the Chinese firm injecting a substantial amount of money into the parastatal and turning it a launch pad for its African operations, NewsDay has learnt.
THE Welshman Ncube-led opposition MDC has called on President Robert Mugabe’s administration to reduce government’s expenditure bill by cutting down on foreign travel instead of trimming the civil service.
A CHINESE company, Qingdao Hengshun, with interests in construction in the country, has come to the rescue of the struggling Presidential Scholarship Scheme and offered to send 100 students to various Chinese universities annually.
PRE-PAID meter systems for water and electricity will be made compulsory for industry, commerce and low-density residential areas starting next year, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.
President Robert Mugabe yesterday lashed out at “miserly” developed nations at the United Nations climate summit in Paris, France, accusing them of trying to shift the burden for curbing carbon emissions onto poor countries.
BULAWAYO City Council (BCC) yesterday commissioned its first solar traffic lights at one of the city’s busiest intersections, as the city forges ahead with plans to turn green.
CHAOS rocked ZB Bank branches in most parts of the country between Friday and yesterday, as depositors refused to leave banking halls after failing to get their cash from both inside the bank and at its automated teller machines
A LOCAL firm, Allied Cleaning Services, has taken the Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) to the High Court seeking to recover $21 000 for services rendered at the country’s tollgates and at the parastatal headquarters in Harare.