Govt in holiday lessons U-turn

The ministry said it would deploy its officials to monitor the holiday lessons.
By Miriam Mangwaya 10h ago

 Govt lifts ban on holiday lessons

 In a statement, authorities from the Education ministry said the ban lift was necessited by the recognition that school had faced various challenges to complete the syllabi during the term.
By Miriam Mangwaya Jul. 17, 2024

Zim turns to regional power utilities as blackouts bite

Energy and Power Development minister Edgar Moyo said government was forced to turn to South Africa and Mozambique for an additional 200MW to bridge the supply gap.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Jul. 15, 2024

Govt bolsters oversight of devolution funds

The newly launched Zimbabwe intergovernmental fiscal transfers manual (IGFT)  grants the Local government ministry authority to withhold or halt devolution fund allocations
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Jul. 14, 2024

Masvingo council boss in vehicle scandal

Mukaratirwa was remanded out of custody to August when he appeared at the Masvingo magistrates court facing fraud charges last week.
By William Vundla Jul. 14, 2024

Zim introduces guide to manage fiscal grants

Since 2019, the government has sought to operationalise the provision of 5% of its revenues to its lower tiers in line with the Constitutional provision for devolution.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Jul. 11, 2024

Garwe bemoans dysfunctional councils

Garwe lambasted Harare for submitting a defective ERP system when it is a very strategic and critical city.
By Gracious Daniel Jul. 9, 2024

Directors destroying Harare Quarry: Commissioners

Other members of the commission are Steven Chakaipa, the Local Government board chairperson and legal practitioner Norbert Phiri.
By Julia Ndlela Jul. 9, 2024

Handcuffed to the past

Critics say Mnangagwa squandered the chance bestowed upon him after a military-assisted transition in November 2017.
By Newsday Jul. 8, 2024