Praz hails e-government procurement system

The Office of the President and Cabinet is also said to be taking action to ensure that all State entities fully submit their procurement plans and upload them on the system.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Mar. 4, 2024

US$15m State House works bill stuns govt

It was estimated last year that up to US$35 million will be paid out to about 130 affected companies and residential properties owners for relocation.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 16, 2024

ED’s anti-graft unit loses powers

Matanda-Moyo made the announcement in a statement while calling for improvement in the clearing of economic crimes in the country.
By Sydney Kawadza Jan. 31, 2024

Metbank, Zambian firm lock horns

In the meetings, Metbank indicated that it was facing forex allocation challenges at the RBZ to remit to Zambia as it was in short supply.
By Melody Chikono
 and Melody Chikono Jan. 30, 2024

Muckracker: The sandy journey to democracy

The Siltation Gala drew thousands of imbibers, who debauched their way through the balmy night and danced away on what used to be a river.
By Muckracker Dec. 1, 2023

Govt, Potraz in dogfight over control of telecoms fund

The Independent was informed that the fight for control of the fund escalated last year.
By Freeman Makopa Oct. 6, 2023

Feature: Mnangagwa’s corruption double talk

Zimbabwe has also agreed to buy US$66m worth of tractors and agricultural equipment from Belarus for the farm mechanisation programme again without discussion in Parliament.
By Africa Confidential Jun. 22, 2023

New NSSA boss reads riot act

The report, according to Fundira, was scheduled to be released to the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) on Friday last week.
By Freeman Makopa May. 15, 2023

Powerful political and security interests manipulate mining law

The mining industry is regulated primarily through the Mines and Minerals Act of 1963, which is currently being relooked.
By Tinashe Makichi Dec. 23, 2022