Finance Minister Meets Special Economic Zones Authority Board

[The Herald] Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has challenged the recently appointed Special Economic Zones Authority (SEZA) board to spearhead an export-led growth of the economy and enhance the country’s capacity to earn for…

[The Herald] Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has challenged the recently appointed Special Economic Zones Authority (SEZA) board to spearhead an export-led growth of the economy and enhance the country's capacity to earn foreign currency.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Armed Robber, 55, Started Stealing in 1979

[The Herald] A 55-year-old Harare man convicted of armed robbery last week together with 11 others, started stealing in 1979 and never looked back, resulting in him being convicted on several occasions between then and now, it emerged in court yesterday.

[The Herald] A 55-year-old Harare man convicted of armed robbery last week together with 11 others, started stealing in 1979 and never looked back, resulting in him being convicted on several occasions between then and now, it emerged in court yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

First Lady On the Mend

[The Herald] First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe is on the mend following a freak accident at Harare International Airport on Saturday morning that saw her suffering a minor ankle injury.

[The Herald] First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe is on the mend following a freak accident at Harare International Airport on Saturday morning that saw her suffering a minor ankle injury.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Bogus State House Cops Convicted

[The Herald] Three bogus police officers who mounted a fake roadblock near State House and tried to extort money from a Patriot newspaper driver after accusing him of driving through a red traffic light were yesterday con- victed.

[The Herald] Three bogus police officers who mounted a fake roadblock near State House and tried to extort money from a Patriot newspaper driver after accusing him of driving through a red traffic light were yesterday con- victed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ruling Party’s Kasukuwere Slammed for Interference

[The Herald] Zanu-PF Harare Province has told embattled party National Political Commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere to stop interfering with their provincial structures after he issued a statement purporting to have nullified the province’s decision to a…

[The Herald] Zanu-PF Harare Province has told embattled party National Political Commissar Cde Saviour Kasukuwere to stop interfering with their provincial structures after he issued a statement purporting to have nullified the province's decision to appoint Cde Justice Zvandasara as acting chairperson.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Project Funds Delays Cost Govt Millions

[The Herald] Delays in the completion of dam projects countrywide is costing Government at least $1,2 million per dam annually, a situation which has seen some projects being abandoned altogether, an official has said.

[The Herald] Delays in the completion of dam projects countrywide is costing Government at least $1,2 million per dam annually, a situation which has seen some projects being abandoned altogether, an official has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Allied Bank Rot Exposed

[The Herald] The court application filed by the Zimbabwe Amalgamated Housing Association (Zaha) demanding its $1,4 million from the liquidated Allied Bank has exposed the rot at the institution.

[The Herald] The court application filed by the Zimbabwe Amalgamated Housing Association (Zaha) demanding its $1,4 million from the liquidated Allied Bank has exposed the rot at the institution.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Reprieve for Styrofoam Manufacturers, Users

[The Herald] Government has given manufacturers of polystyrene material (kaylites) a three-month reprieve to clear their stocks, but members of the public will use them at their discretion.

[The Herald] Government has given manufacturers of polystyrene material (kaylites) a three-month reprieve to clear their stocks, but members of the public will use them at their discretion.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe