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Opaque Chinese deals: Mthuli taken to task

So, if you subtract US$152 million from US$2,7 billion, it does not give you US$1,7 billion but about US$2,6 billion,” Biti queried during Wednesday’s question.
By admin Aug. 29, 2022

Power outages, raw material shortages hit ART operations

In a financial update for the third quarter to June 2022, the manufacturer said the exports and paper divisions volumes declined by 6% and 26%, respectively.

By The NewsDay Aug. 17, 2022
We’re unstoppable: CCC
By The NewsDay Aug. 16, 2022

NRZ employees, ex-workers gang up against MD

“While it is true that the NRZ image and reputation is being tarnished, she is responsible for destroying the organisation’s image because of her failure to manage the entity. Her poor management is the sole reason for that,” the workers said in a statement.

By The NewsDay Jul. 16, 2022

Ginimbi making waves from the grave

“I was and still a fan of Ginimbi and seeing his achievements, I got inspired a lot. I decided to drop this track which talks about him being still rich even after his death as a reminder that our mbinga (rich guy) Ginimbi was humble,” he said.

By The NewsDay Jun. 27, 2022

Meta says removes China-based propaganda operation targeting U.S. midterms

Meta Platforms (META.O) said on Tuesday it disrupted the first known China-based influence operation focused on targeting users in the United States with political content
By Reuters 21h ago

Critical Sadc HIV indaba underway in SA

Stakeholders in HIV programming in the Sadc region are meeting in South Africa to brainstorm on the HIV situation in the region amid indications of shrinking financial support. 
By Nobuhle Maplanka 22h ago

Gweru debtors’ bill soars to $3bn

Council’s assistant finance director Michael Verenga yesterday said the arreas were affecting service delivery in the Midlands capital.
By Stephen Chadenga 11h ago

Ntabazinduna pastors pray for peace

Ntabazinduna Pastors Association representative Samuel Mabhena said the event was attended by different church organisations.
By EMMANUEL MPOFU 11h ago