Residents petition EMA over Hwange air pollution

The residents petitioned EMA through the Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights and handed the petition to the agency’s provincial manager Chipo Mpofu-Zuze.
By Silas Nkala Jun. 26, 2024

My son’s debacle exposed the rot

 This has yet again proved the telescopic foresight of Gushungo, who had booted the probity deficient Scarfmore out of government.
By Doctor Stop It Jun. 16, 2024

State of the power sector

In Gokwe North, the coal fields of Senga are tipped to supply input (energy feedstock) for the proposed Gokwe North Thermal Power Station.
By Kevin Tutani Mar. 8, 2024

EU unlocks US$163bn for energy projects

Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) managing director Nobert Matarutse told the conference that other energy sources must be explored.
By Tatira Zwinoira Mar. 1, 2024

‘Govt to blame for poor service delivery’

According to Ndlovu, roads cutting across the central business district to other part of the city and country are now lacking maintenance because of poor funding.
By Nizbert Moyo Feb. 2, 2024

Staying the course.

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By Newsday Jan. 1, 2024

Zimbabwe’s ailing SOEs owe Chinese, Indian banks US$1.7b

According to the AfDB, SOEs which benefitted from the on-lent loans are now required to open dedicated debt servicing sinking funds to ensure timely debt servicing.
By Tatira Zwinoira Dec. 31, 2023

High time industry makes the energy

The modernisation of business operations across all industries has resulted in a growing reliance on electrical power for almost all processes within an enterprise.
By Raymond Mukosi Nov. 17, 2023

Kariba border overwhelmed as Dar es Salaam Port booms

Dar es Salaam Port officials told the Zimbabwe Independent last year that they had noticed higher volumes in other types of cargo.
By Freeman Makopa Oct. 20, 2023