The British government is closely following activist Pastor Evan Mawarire’s case and has raised its concerns with Deputy Foreign Minister Edgar Mbwembwe, Deputy Prosecutor General Florence Ziyambi and Minister of Information Communication Technology Supa Mandiwanzira.
The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company says it will soon roll-out 4 000 smart meters for heavy power consumers — industry, mines and farms — after closing the tender for the project.
Zimbabwe currently has about $2.1 billion worth of treasury bills in the market, issued to bridge the government’s funding gap and clear the central bank’s debt, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya has said.
President Robert Mugabe’s government announced a deal this afternoon to hand its employees $180 million in 2016 bonuses, only just managing to head off a planned strike.
Zimbabwe will spend $180 million to pay the 2016 bonuses for its workers over five months from April following a crunch meeting with union leaders today, staving off a crippling strike.
One irate reader, worried about how the ruling ZANU-PF has run down the country, has likened it to a condom.
Movement for Democratic Change leader Morgan Tsvangirai today concluded his six-week nation-wide tour with a three-day visit to President Robert Mugabe’s home province Mashonaland West and will brief his national executive on the outcome on Thursday.
Zimbabwe’s raw milk production for January 2017 grew to 5.53 million litres compared to 5.51 million litres in January last year, largely consolidating 2016 increases, latest figures show.