Kasukuwere to Bring Sanity to Chitungwiza

[The Herald] Government is set to unveil a raft of measures aimed at restoring order and stability at Chitungwiza Municipality, which was driven into bankruptcy by officials and councillors through illegal land sales and other forms of corruption.

[The Herald] Government is set to unveil a raft of measures aimed at restoring order and stability at Chitungwiza Municipality, which was driven into bankruptcy by officials and councillors through illegal land sales and other forms of corruption.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Soccer – Chiyangwa Hails Magaya

[The Herald] ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa yesterday hailed Walter Magaya as a rare breed of a patriot after the prophet opened the doors of his exclusive Yadah Hotel for the Mighty Warriors to use in the final phase of their preparations for the COS…

[The Herald] ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa yesterday hailed Walter Magaya as a rare breed of a patriot after the prophet opened the doors of his exclusive Yadah Hotel for the Mighty Warriors to use in the final phase of their preparations for the COSAFA Women's Championships.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt to Assume $348m NRZ Debt

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT has made a commitment to assume $348 million National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) debt with a view of laying a strong foundation for the new investors to start on a new chapter.

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT has made a commitment to assume $348 million National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) debt with a view of laying a strong foundation for the new investors to start on a new chapter.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Vote People-Oriented Mugabe – Mnangagwa

[The Herald] THE Zanu-PF Government has remained in power and will continue to rule after the 2018 harmonised elections because of its strong background of socio-economic development and pro-people empowerment programmes, Vice President Emmerson Mnanga…

[The Herald] THE Zanu-PF Government has remained in power and will continue to rule after the 2018 harmonised elections because of its strong background of socio-economic development and pro-people empowerment programmes, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Nestle to Revive Coffee Estates

[The Herald] NESTLE Zimbabwe is looking at reviving coffee estates in the Eastern Highlands through contracting small-scale farmers, sources familiar with the development have said.

[The Herald] NESTLE Zimbabwe is looking at reviving coffee estates in the Eastern Highlands through contracting small-scale farmers, sources familiar with the development have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Poachers Poison Jumbos

[The Herald] Two elephants were killed by suspected poachers using cyanide in the Liasha area of Hwange, the Parks and Wildlife Management Authority of Zimbabwe has said. About 260 kilogrammes of cyanide has since been recovered in a bushy area, while …

[The Herald] Two elephants were killed by suspected poachers using cyanide in the Liasha area of Hwange, the Parks and Wildlife Management Authority of Zimbabwe has said. About 260 kilogrammes of cyanide has since been recovered in a bushy area, while one of the elephants had been dehorned. The carcasses were recovered on Friday last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Exports Up 43%

[The Herald] Export promotion body, ZimTrade said the economic outlook is showing an improvement in exports in 2017 compared to 2016. According to ZimTrade, Zimbabwe’s total exports, which stood at $1,9 billion between January-July 2017, were 43 percen…

[The Herald] Export promotion body, ZimTrade said the economic outlook is showing an improvement in exports in 2017 compared to 2016. According to ZimTrade, Zimbabwe's total exports, which stood at $1,9 billion between January-July 2017, were 43 percent higher compared to $1,3 billion recorded in the similar period last year (January-July 2016).

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Multichoice Sued Over U.S. Dollar Subscriptions

[The Herald] A HARARE lawyer has approached the High Court seeking an order compelling Skynet Private Limited (Multichoice Zimbabwe) to accept bank card swipe, bank transfers, EcoCash and bond notes for DSTV subscriptions.

[The Herald] A HARARE lawyer has approached the High Court seeking an order compelling Skynet Private Limited (Multichoice Zimbabwe) to accept bank card swipe, bank transfers, EcoCash and bond notes for DSTV subscriptions.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

First Lady’s Poultry Project to Transform Lives

[The Herald] First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe’s poultry project has potential to be used as collateral in accessing loans from financial institutions if beneficiaries effectively and efficiently implement it, zanu-pf Women’s League national secretary for Adm…

[The Herald] First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe's poultry project has potential to be used as collateral in accessing loans from financial institutions if beneficiaries effectively and efficiently implement it, zanu-pf Women's League national secretary for Administration, Cde Letina Undenge, has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe