Parliament yesterday called on the police, the anti-corruption commission and the auditor-general to investigate the conduct of Saviour Kasukuwere over the Marange-Zimunya Community Share Ownership Trust within 14 days.
Zimbabwe’s cotton production is seen at its lowest at 30 000 tonnes in the 2016/17 season, mainly due to poor prices which has seen farmers migrate to more lucrative crops, an industry official has said.
Zimbabwe’s fixed line operator, TelOne, says it sees data services eventually becoming the major contributor to the company’s revenue after it invested heavily into overlay services.
Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo was one of the newly appointed government ministers who persuaded President Robert Mugabe not to step down in 2001, former Murehwa Member of Parliament Victor Chitongo said.
The Zimbabwe government has released $20 million for the completion of the one of the country’s largest dams, Tokwe-Mukosi, before the end of the year, the state infrastructure bank has said.
Zimbabwe’s largest gold producer, Metallon Corporation said bullion output in the third quarter to September grew 18 percent on the previous quarter to 26 622 ounces , driven by higher output at three of its four mines.