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Cholera fears intensify …..as Beira trade flow is severely affected

TINASHE MAKICHI/ SIMBA RUSHWAYA The government is on high alert amid fears that cholera may hit areas that were ravaged by Cyclone Idai. The cyclone...

Tatenda Magetsi wins World Bank blog competition for youths

  The World Bank has congratulated Tatenda Magetsi for winning the 2019 Blog4Dev competition in Zimbabwe. Blog4Dev is a competition that invites young people to...

Zinara abusing funds collected from tollgates

CHENGETAI ZVAUYA The Zimbabwe National Road Administration (ZINARA) has been accused of abusing funds it is collecting from tollgates countrywide and using them to pay...

Women take their positions in the new dispensation

Henrietta Rushwaya Zimbabwe will tomorrow join the rest of the world in celebrating the International Women’s Day under the theme, “Think Equal, Build Smart, Innovate...

Zim requires $1bn to resuscitate irrigation

LIVINGSTONE MARUFU Zimbabwe requires up to $1 billion to revive its irrigation schemes for future cropping season but the current season is now in disarray...

FinMin makes frantic efforts to charm US after sanctions slap

BERNARD MPOFU Finance minister Mthuli Ncube is this week making frantic efforts to warm up relations with multilateral creditors as Zimbabwe continues its search for...

Investors recall cash investments

TAURAI MANGUDHLA/TINASHE MAKICHI The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe is under intense pressure to increase the country’s interest rates amid rising inflation, coupled with the recent...

Zim, Russia weigh down refined platinum output

TINASHE MAKICHI Global refined platinum production fell three percent year-on-year to 1 535 ounces following a decline in Russian output caused by a build-up...

Twin evils strike Zim cereal crop

TAURAI MANGUDHLA On both sides of the 260km HarareMutare highway is a sad picture of wilting maize crop, as the dry spell takes a toll...

Rising inflation triggers food insecurity: FAO

BERNARD MPOFU A sharp spike in cereal products prices and weak foreign currency reserves at the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe will worsen the country’s food...