The ZImbabwe Stock Exchange’s main industrial index advanced 0.57 percent to close the week on 191.15 points, pushed by slight gains in heavyweight counters.
There has been a lot of interest in the heated debate that ensued in Parliament on Tuesday, 20 June, over the Constitution Amendment Bill which seeks to give the President powers to appoint the top three judicial officers of the nation.
South Africa’s privately owned Airlink will launch its maiden direct flight between Johannesburg and Victoria Falls on July 2, aviation officials said.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai has brushed off talk about succession within the party saying he is still the serving president.
Fixed telecoms operator, TelOne made a loss of $24.9 million in 2016 due to a decline in voice revenue and the high cost of servicing legacy loans.
You know election season is around the corner when political parties start making promises they cannot keep.
Four state enterprises and parastatals (SEPs) flouted tender procedures when procuring millions worth of goods and services, according to the Auditor General, Mildred Chiri.
Roadblocks in Zimbabwe are here to stay because they are a security measure against criminals, Deputy Minister Home Affairs Obedingwa Mguni said on Wednesday dashing the temporary relief most Zimbabweans felt when his senior Ignatius Chombo said there would only be four roadblocks per province.