by Bruice Zvandasara

In a bid to stir up public anger and subsequently get a bigger stake in Government, opposition leader, Nelson Chamisa has initiated a plan to sabotage the country taking advantage of public anger against the recently pronounced Monetary Policy Statement (MPS) this week.

by Bruce Zvandasara

As the crackdown on corrupt activities intensifies on suspected public funds looters in the ZESAgate, 19 heads are to roll, 16 officials from the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) and three from Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) are up for corruption and dereliction of duties.

by Elijah Chihota

Struggling soya bean farmers are set to benefit from a financing arrangement being rolled out by a Bulawayo-based edible oil processing company, United Refineries Limited (URL), which is targeting 15 000 metric tonnes during the forthcoming farming season.

by Bruce Zvandasara

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) arrested the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution (ZETDC) managing director Julian Chinembiri and his finance director, Thoko Dhliwayo over corruption scandal of $35 million for transformers involving Indian Company.

by Bernard Mutambudzi

The Honourable Minister of Health and Child Care, Dr Obadiah Moyo has assured the nation that the new oral cholera vaccine is an effective and safe vaccine as it has been also administered in other countries that experienced similar outbreaks with good results.

by Tafara Shumba

The appointment of Mr Ndavaningi Nick Mangwana as a Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services is one of the most merited promotion done by President Emmerson Mnangagwa since the advent of the new dispensation.