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Debt dialogue a critical step for arrears clearance

The accumulation of external debt payment arrears and penalties for the past two decades, now estimated at US$6,3 billion as at end of September 2022.
By Tirivangani Mutazu Mar. 10, 2023

We are still using 1994 service delivery methods: Byo mayor

Latest council minutes state that mayor Solomon Mguni lamented that the city was using archaic methods of service delivery.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 4, 2023

Calls for better organisation of mushroom production

“Mushroom farming in Zimbabwe is not as organised as other agri-ventures and this makes it difficult to track production and marketing of the crop,” Ama.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Jan. 10, 2023

Letters: Zim should embrace diaspora voting

We hope all progressive legislators across the political divide will find their way back to Parliament after the 2023 elections
By AMH Voices Jan. 4, 2023

Mthuli exposes Zanu PF on housing targets

In his response, Ncube indirectly admitted that government was unable to deliver 300 000 houses annually.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Dec. 22, 2022

IDCZ invests US$1,4m into Rushinga plant

G&W, which is located in Rushinga, had been placed under care and maintenance in 2016 due to viability challenges.
By Freeman Makopa Dec. 20, 2022

‘70% of Zimbos have no access to clean water’

Muguti said to enhance water provision; development partners like ActionAid Zimbabwe had supported borehole initiatives
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Dec. 8, 2022

More commitment needed to revive NRZ

Even the country’s public passenger transport headache would be non-existent if the railway system was up to scratch.
By Newsday Dec. 7, 2022

‘Digital economy, way to go’

Chidawu said the country’s economic revival was disturbed by challenges emanating from the COVID-19 pandemic, Cyclone Idai, drought and inflation.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Dec. 6, 2022