The High Court today ruled that students will not be required to re-write the Ordinary Level English paper two which was allegedly leaked through the social media last year but its results will not be counted.
Quick service restaurant operator Simbisa Brands says its seeking regulatory and shareholder approvals for dual listing, with the secondary listing on the London Stock Exchange Alternative Investment Market and the acquisition of United Arab Emirates-based fast food group, Foodfund.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s call to investors at Davos to come and invest in Zimbabwe because it is now open for business may have had an impact but that will not win him an election that is now just around the corner, Movement for Democratic Change legislator Eddie Cross says.
The Zimbabwe Council of Churches has called on the Movement for Democratic Change’s feuding deputies to unite for the good of the people.
The proposed Public Entities Corporate Governance Bill has criminalised the award of loans by parastatals to executives and prescribed jail terms of up to one year for board members who approve such loans as part of measures to strengthen corporate governance in the public sector.
The Zimbabwe National Roads Authority (ZINARA) has budgeted $140.7 million for repairing and maintaining roads in the country this year, a Parliament portfolio committee heard today.
RBZ’s export incentives from 05 May 2016 to 31 December 2017 sterilised mineral royalty revenue by a discounting factor of nearly 86%.
The seven-member Commission of Inquiry into the sale of urban land which was sworn in at the beginning of this month will begin its hearings on Monday, 19 February.