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I thrive on criticism: Mnangagwa – NewsDay

VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday said he welcomed criticism of the command agriculture programme, saying this makes him “do better and stay longer in power”. BY...

5 perish in bus accident – NewsDay

FIVE people died and 17 were injured yesterday morning at the 70km peg along the Mutare–Harare highway when an Inter-Africa bus veered off the...

SPB wants $870k from Kuwaza's estate – The Zimbabwe Daily

Mr Kuwaza Lloyd Gumbo Senior ReporterThe State Procurement Board wants about $870 000 from the estate of former chairperson, the late Charles Kuwaza, to recover money...

Govt sets aside $199m for grain – The Zimbabwe Mail

Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa Government has set aside $199 million to purchase grain delivered by farmers following a successful 2016/ 17 agricultural season, Vice...

Zimbabwe raises $45 million to repair infrastructure damaged by floods

Zimbabwe has so far raised and disbursed $45 million out of $200 million required to rehabilitate road infrastructure that was hugely damaged by Cyclone...
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Only 2 percent of Zimbabwe banks liquid assets are cash

Zimbabwean banks are holding only two percent of their liquid assets as cash, with more than 36 percent in the form of real-time gross...

Ex-Airzim bosses' 7yr jail terms upheld – The Zimbabwe Daily

Peter Chikumba and Grace Pfumbidzayi Daniel Nemukuyu Senior Court Reporter Former Air Zimbabwe bosses Peter Chikumba and Grace Pfumbidzayi will now effectively serve seven-year prison terms...

Ntuliki a loyal cadre: VP – The Herald

Vice President Mnangagwa consoles national hero Cde Zenzo Ntuliki’s children at the family house in Bulawayo yesterday. — Picture by Eliah Saushoma Mashudu Netsianda Bulawayo Bureau—VICE...

SPB wants $870k from Kuwaza's estate – The Herald

Mr Kuwaza Lloyd Gumbo Senior ReporterThe State Procurement Board wants about $870 000 from the estate of former chairperson, the late Charles Kuwaza, to recover money...
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Civil servants bonus payments begin – The Herald

Runyararo Muzavazi and Tanaka Vunganai Civil Servants will be paid their 2016 annual bonuses starting today, as Government continues to stagger the payments until...