Zimbabwe’s Parliament has called on the Civil Service Commission to issue a stern warning to former Transport secretary Munesu Munodawafa for failing to seek Treasury approval for moving funds on projects approved by Parliament and disguising the expenditure under different projects.
Masvingo, one of the bedrocks of the Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front, has always been embroiled in power squabbles.
Shareholders of the deposit taking microfinance institution, Getbucks Zimbabwe have approved the name change to GetBucks Microfinance Bank Limited as it seeks to expand its product offering.
AIM-listed junior miner, Premier African Minerals says it will produce commercial grade lithium and tantalum at its Zulu mine in south central Zimbabwe after carrying out metallurgical tests.
Ministry of agriculture says that 37b000 hectares of wheat has been planted against a target of 60 000 hectares, Parliament heard today.
Zimbabwe’s Tobacco Research Board says it produces enough seed to serve both the domestic and export markets, despite receiving no government support.