Poor salaries, working conditions rile mine workers

According to the workers, investors allegedly use dirty money to manipulate the system they operate in to create a hazardous environment for mine workers.
By Blessed Mhlanga Feb. 23, 2024

Premier updates mineral resource estimate at Zulu

In addition, there are over a thousand tonnes of tantalum (pentoxide) at Zulu, the resource outfit said in a shareholder update last week.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Feb. 12, 2024

TelOne mulls decommissioning copper cable infrastructure

TelOne said the value of vandalised network in 2023 stood at US$518 827, while an estimated business loss for the period stood at US$480 950.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 9, 2024

Duo gets community service for killing jumbo

Chigomararwa then struck the jumbo several times with an axe on the head until 
By Nhau Mangirazi Jan. 29, 2024

Former soldiers jailed

They claimed to have hidden the ivory in Mukuvisi River near Brooks Drive, Hillside, Harare.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Jan. 25, 2024

Burglar jailed 10 years for cable theft

Chimbambo, the ZETDC loss control officer, was called and confirmed that the property belonged to the power company.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Jan. 24, 2024

Two soldiers jailed 9 years

Detectives managed to contact Nduna who led them to the suspects.
By Trevor Mutsvairo Jan. 19, 2024

Zim loses millions as sanctions cripple MMCZ

Ofac monitors sanctions adherence and penalises any United States company or individual that does business with a sanctioned individual, entity or country.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 14, 2024

The ‘land is ours’ and other lies

This means that the compensation should be the price a willing buyer would pay to a willing seller for the property or the best price that can be obtained on the open market.
By Tracy Mutowekuziva Jan. 12, 2024