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Govt withdraws Xmas goodies for bigwigs

“Gone are the days when we would reward ourselves with a hamper. This year no government department is receiving any hampers.
By Problem Masau 13h ago

Directors must face the music too

By scrutinising the list of companies blacklisted, even a layman can detect that the suppliers are mostly shelf companies used to engage in illicit activities.
By Tinashe Makichi Nov. 11, 2022

Editor’s Memo : Whither tenders scam probe?

Government was forced to halt payments to some contractors. Goods and services were unjustly overpriced.
By Brian Chitemba Oct. 28, 2022

Cartels bay for minister’s blood

Prior to the reversal of the transaction, the tender had been approved by parliament.
By Tinashe Makichi and Tinashe Kairiza Sep. 23, 2022

Inflation to fall to less than 100% next year: Ncube

Addressing journalists yesterday in Harare, Finance minister Mthuli Ncube said the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) would also grow by 5,5%.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Sep. 20, 2022

Parly speaks on US$9k laptops

Guvamatanga revealed before parliament’s public accounts committee recently that many companies were fleecing government by overpricing their goods and services.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 18, 2022

Letter from America: Zimbabwe's economic model is based on looting

The bigger problem is that Zimbabwe has no national sovereignty economic policy that guides all economic activity.
By Kenneth Mufuka Sep. 4, 2022

Letter from America: Guvamatanga is right to say economic model needs to be changed

Guvamatanga referred to overpricing by actors awarded tenders by the state procurement board. Overpricing of goods tendered to government entities is common throughout the world because government can take up to six months to pay after invoices are submitted.

By The NewsDay Aug. 28, 2022

Letter from America: Guvamatanga is right to say economic model needs to be changed

Guvamatanga referred to overpricing by actors awarded tenders by the state procurement board. Overpricing of goods tendered to government entities is common throughout the world because government can take up to six months to pay after invoices are submitted.

By The NewsDay Aug. 28, 2022