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Government avails forex for fertilizer chemicals

By |December 28th, 2017|Categories: Company, Headlines|

The Minister of Lands, Agriculture and Rural Settlement acknowledged the move  by the government to ease fertilizer shortage by providing  funds for the importation of raw material to meet the  required fertilizer production. He apologized for the inconvenience to the affected farmers and assured farmers that his ministry will work towards honoring its obligations. The current fertilizer production in the

Chiwenga and Mohadi swearing in today

By |December 28th, 2017|Categories: Headlines|

  Retired General Constance Chiwenga and Cde Kembo Mohadi will be swearing in today at the state house in Harare as the newly appointed Vice Presidents of Zimbabwe. These two were also appointed as as ZANU-PF Vice Presidents and second Secretaries. Herald 28 December 2017

27 December 2017 wrap up

By |December 27th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|

Women in Politics Support Unit (WiPSU) have called for violence -free elections and 1000 council seats for women during the 2018 general election to achieve gender parity in local authorities. Currently the gender disparity in council position is so huge as out 1 958 councilors in Zimbabwe only 327 of them are women.  Newsday Saturday 23 December 2017 Small-scale artisanal


By |December 21st, 2017|Categories: Headlines|

  While addressing the nation yesterday the president over emphasized on key issues on building the new Zimbabwe, which he said it would be based on honesty, transparency, accountability, and hard work. Among the key issues highlighted include, Zero tolerance to corruption, Council to stop illegal  parceling out land, The  promoting  of local industries, Free and fair 2018 elections, Re-engagement


By |December 19th, 2017|Categories: Headlines|

Speaking at the Buy Zimbabwe awards ceremony president E. D Mnagwagwa warned businesses to desist from hiking commodity prices unnecessarily.  Following a 10% hike in bread price over the weekend the government has ordered bakers to revert to the old bread price. Rosemary Siyachitema the executive director of the consumer council of Zimbabwe welcomed the move taken by government to