Mnangagwa asked to intervene in mine row
The State-controlled IDCZ, through its subsidiaries, has lost the case several times in the courts.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 25, 2023
Govt commits to assisting persons with disabilities
“The government of Zimbabwe is committed to ensuring the full participation of persons with disabilities in all processes of development.
By ZANELE NDLOVU Dec. 19, 2022
Nzenza speaks on Zisco
ZiscoSteel halted operations more than a decade ago and the government has been struggling to get an investor for the steel-producing giant.
By Tapfumanei Muchabaiwa Oct. 24, 2022
Corruption needs to be tackled effectively
This is despite the firm undertaking by the octogenarian leader when he came to power that eradicating such vices would be a key tenet of his presidency.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Oct. 14, 2022
Kaukonde in car supply storm
The vehicle supplier was then fully paid by the end of December last year and the delay in the delivery of vehicles almost 10 months on has triggered divisions within the ministry.
By Tinashe Makichi and Sydney Kawadza Oct. 14, 2022
Interview: Nzenza: Buckle up for AfCFTA or collapse
The Ministry of Finance promulgated SI 98 of 2022 to complement the Ministry of Industry and Commerce’s mandate to protect consumers.
By Freeman Makopa Oct. 2, 2022
Tribunal to settle sugar milling dispute
The country’s largest sugar milling firm is believed to have entered into an agreement with farmers that allowed the growers to either collect the molasses or get paid for it.
By Freeman Makopa Aug. 31, 2022
Aftercare Trust School pupils extend helping hand to Malawi’s cyclone victims
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