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President Emmerson Mnangagwa has accused  businesses who  increased prices owing to the current economic challenges as inhumane and unpatriotic. Mnangagwa said this while addressing thousands of people who were gathered at the National Sports Stadium for the country's annual independence celebrations. "Government is alarmed by the recent wanton and indiscriminant increases...
Government is set to facilitate the establishment of small scale bakeries in order to provide affordable bread, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said. This comes after Bakers announced an increase in bread prices for the third time this year. Addressing thousands of people at the independence celebrations, Mnangagwa said  government was committed...
President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Wednesday blamed former Ministers of Mines, for failing to facilitate the biggest platinum mining project covering almost 24 thousand hectors in Mhondoro Ngezi area by Karo Resources that would have helped create more jobs in Zimbabwe. Mnangagwa on a monitoring visit to Karo grounds said the...
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has commissioned more than 20 buses with another fleet expected to arrive in the country later this month. Addressing delegates at the Zimbabwe Passenger Company (ZUPCO),  Mnangagwa said 500 buses that are suppose to come into the country from  Belarus will take long hence government had made preliminary...
Government is set to introduce a new system aimed at curbing looting of fuel at government departments. The system which also be used as a tracker was developed by Harare Institute of Technology. Addressing delegates at the commissioning of Zimbabwe Passenger Company buses President Emmerson Mnangagwa said the system will be...
Local rights group, Tajamuka is in the process of mobilising citizens towards a collective action against the government which they accuse of turning a deaf ear while the masses suffer. Addressing journalists at a press conference, Tajamuka Secretary General Gilbert Bwende said they were still consulting with stakeholders. "We are presently...
Zimbabweans should learn from Sudan's current revolution as Zimbabwe Electoral Commission and Zanu PF will never reform, Free Zimbabwe leader Jacob Ngarivhume has said. In a press statement, Ngarivhume said the Sudanese have learnt from five coups and are now demanding for a civilian government." The 1989 Sudanese coup d'état...
FINANCE minister Mthuli Ncube has revealed that the country will have its own “new, fully-fledged currency” within the next 12 months to ease the cash shortages on the market. In an interview with United States-based Bloomberg Television yesterday, Ncube also said Zimbabwe will soon introduce a central bank reference rate...
Police is set to mount roadblocks in all major roads ahead of the independence and Easter holidays in a bid to avert road accidents, Police Commissioner General Godwin Matanga has said. Addressing police officers at the Briefing and Debriefing of the Darfur contingent Matanga said motorists and pedestrians should exercise...
Zimbabwe Police commissioner-general Godwin Matanga says citizens should value the current peaceful environment prevailing in country as anarchy being experienced in war torn countries is retrogressive. Addressing contingent of police officers who were returning from an international peace keeping mission in Darfur, Western Sudan and also some going, Matanga said...
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