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Zimind editor scoops global award

Announcing winners of the global editorial awards, WIN said: “Faith Zaba, editor of the Zimbabwe Independent, was named 2022 Laureate for Africa.”
By ELMA ZHOYA Sep. 30, 2022

Mystery shrouds Karo’s Ngezi platinum project

The 33,7% remaining stake in Karo Holdings is held by Leto Settlement, a private company with key interests in mining.
By Tinashe Kairiza and ELMA ZHOYA Sep. 30, 2022

IDBZ in tax miscalculation gaffe

IMTT is tax chargeable on transfer of money physically, electronically or by any other means.
By ELMA ZHOYA Sep. 30, 2022

China pledges more investment support to Zim

MORE Chinese companies are expected to invest in Zimbabwe if high quality products are introduced, Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe Guo Shaochun said.
By ELMA ZHOYA Oct. 3, 2022

ZCDC scouts global markets

In 2008, security forces attacked defenceless illegal miners in Zimbabwe’s diamond fields to secure sole state control.

US$60m waterworks headache for Harare

Spiralling inflation and the acute foreign currency crisis gripping Zimbabwe have rendered the local authority ineffectual.
By ELMA ZHOYA Oct. 14, 2022

Chidawu widow’s sues own children over estate

She also cited Clever Mandizvidza who is the family executor and the Master of the High Court as respondents to her application.
By ELMA ZHOYA Oct. 21, 2022

Time Bank ushers in new business model

In a notice this week, the RBZ notified the market of the impending comeback of Time Bank after 18 years.
By ELMA ZHOYA Oct. 21, 2022

Top prosecutor cleared of bribery

Chimbare, who was arrested in 2020, was cleared after the state failed to provide substantial evidence.
By ELMA ZHOYA Oct. 28, 2022

Cambria hits brick wall on OM shares

Fungible stocks refer to assets which are interchangeable and indistinguishable from another of the same type.
By ELMA ZHOYA Nov. 4, 2022

Feature: Climate change stoking veld fires

Jolted by the accident, the government announced a raft of measures to strongly and effectively reduce the risk of veld fires.
By Sydney Kawadza and ELMA ZHOYA Nov. 4, 2022

Funding challenges hit Zim dam projects

The dams include Kunzvi Dam (US$109 million), Gwayi-Shangani Dam (US$600 million) and Silverstroom (Mbada) Dam (US$171 million).
By ELMA ZHOYA Nov. 11, 2022

Old Mutual suffers High Court blow

Old Mutual, however, had applied for exemption but High Court judge Justice Owen Tagu, in his judgement, dismissed the life assurer’s application.
By ELMA ZHOYA Nov. 25, 2022

‘Gender imbalance on boards still prevalent’

GENDER balance on board remains uneven according to the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) resident representative Mia Seppo.
By ELMA ZHOYA Dec. 2, 2022

Chinese miner sucks the life out of Mutorashanga’s Green Pool

The Green Pool had for years attracted weekend revellers for braai and water sports.
By ELMA ZHOYA Dec. 9, 2022

Mnangagwa-commissioned tertiary projects run aground… Nust student centre abandoned for about two decades

The 2023 national budget allocated the ministry ZW$156 billion (about US$230 million) against ZW$186 billion (aboutUS$280 million) it requested.
By ELMA ZHOYA Dec. 16, 2022

Fresh infighting rocks Zupco

According to a letter dated December 12, 2022, Changanzo’s lawyers demanded his immediate reinstatement.
By ELMA ZHOYA Dec. 16, 2022

UK firm strikes deal for Hwange coal project

In a statement, Contango revealed that the latest development followed site visits and a preliminary analysis of a 50kg sample of Muchesu-washed coking-coal.
By ELMA ZHOYA Dec. 16, 2022

Good rainfall forecast for Zim

Meanwhile, eastern and central parts of the country received above 150mm.

Zim facing more uncertain times: UN report

A United Nations (UN) report published this month on the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war points to more uncertain times for Zimbabwe.
By Sydney Kawadza and ELMA ZHOYA Dec. 27, 2022

92 die in holiday accidents

He said of the accidents recorded this festive season, 69 were fatal.
By Methembe Sibanda and ELMA ZHOYA Dec. 27, 2022

Omega Hungwe back in politburo

Hungwe was removed as deputy secretary for the commissariat in a mini-reshuffle that was announced last year December.
By ELMA ZHOYA Dec. 30, 2022

Farmers turn to generators, coal for tobacco cure

Curing is a process by which the harvested tobacco leaf is made ready for the market.
By ELMA ZHOYA Jan. 5, 2023

SA-based Zimbos appeal for legal fees

Zepha is appealing for monetary donations from members of the public to finance its High Court application to be heard in Pretoria on January 24, 2023.
By ELMA ZHOYA Jan. 20, 2023

Ema exonerates Chinese brick maker

Villagers, according to the company, have also benefited from getting bricks in their proximity at affordable prices.
By ELMA ZHOYA Jan. 20, 2023

Climate change stoking veld fires

Jolted by the accident, the government announced a raft of measures to strongly and effectively reduce the risk of veld fires.
By Sydney Kawadza and ELMA ZHOYA Jan. 20, 2023

Muzarabani investors on fundraising spree

Chimbodza said in 2023, Geo Associates will continue with its exploration mandate while various activities are planned for the year.
By ELMA ZHOYA Jan. 27, 2023

Zim records US$2bn trade deficit for 2022

The report showed an increase in the number of exports and imports altogether.
By ELMA ZHOYA Feb. 3, 2023

Zim banks on IPPs for power salvation

The country has an installed capacity of 2 412 megawatts (MW), an operating capacity of 619MW and a peak demand of 1 850MW.
By ELMA ZHOYA Feb. 3, 2023

Graniteside the new China City for plastics… authorities sweat over accumulating plastic waste

The Chinese-made goods have turned the once bustling industrial area of Graniteside into a mini-China City.
By ELMA ZHOYA Feb. 3, 2023