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Political parties take up Govt’s offer of State security

Chengetai Zvauya HARARE – Opposition political parties say they are now living in fear and have begun requesting State security details for future public appearances....

It’s not a fake voter’s roll: ZEC chairperson

Zororai Nkomo HARARE – Zimbabwe Electoral Commission Chairperson, Justice Priscilla Chigumba, has rubbished claims that the just-released voter’s roll is a dubious document. Speaking to journalists...

COMESA competition policies still weak, achievement of regional integration remains challenging

Tinashe Makichi in Nairobi NAIROBI, Kenya – The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) has a weak competition culture and this has to...

Mnangagwa opens women’s bank, 36 years after Govt mooted idea

Phillimon Mhlanga HARARE – President Emmerson Mnangagwa today officially opened the long- awaited Zimbabwe Women’s Microfinance Bank (ZWMB). Mnangawa said the bank, whose idea was mooted...

ATI ready to support African States access affordable funding

Phillimon Mhlanga HARARE-The African Trade Insurance (ATI) Agency chief executive officer, George Otieno, has disclosed that the multilateral investment insurer is ready to support its...

Zimbabwe to host African Cotton Forum

Zimbabwe will host the 14th Southern and Eastern African Cotton Forum (SEACF) following a proposal in 2014 that the Southern Africa country should be...

The African Free Trade Area – smell the coffee (Analysis)

Francis Mangeni "The best is the enemy of the good" is an expression associated with Voltaire. It just might have critical relevance for the relation...

Potraz slashes data, USSD tariffs effective July 1

Taurai Mangudhla HARARE- Regulator Potraz has slashed data and Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) charges by 60% effective 1 July in a move expected to reduce mobile...

Pension arrears hit $600 million

Phillimon Mhlanga HARARE – Contribution arrears to pension funds have risen by nine percent to $600 million in the four months to June this year,...

Japan extends $21m grant for Makuti–Chirundu North–South Corridor

Tinashe Makichi HARARE - Japan has extended a grant aid of approximately $21 million to Zimbabwe for a road construction project earmarked to improve steep gradients on...