Power Utility Files for Tariff Increase, Again

[The Herald] THE Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) is currently reviewing a tariff increase application filed by the country’s power utility, Zesa. This came out during a Zimbabwe Energy Council (ZEC) breakfast meeting in Harare yesterday. Ze…

[The Herald] THE Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) is currently reviewing a tariff increase application filed by the country's power utility, Zesa. This came out during a Zimbabwe Energy Council (ZEC) breakfast meeting in Harare yesterday. Zera technical director Engineer Misheck Siyakatshana said: "We have an application (for tariff review) at the moment and we are reviewing it." Pressed by The Herald Business to divulge details of the electricity tariff hike application, Eng Siyakatshana referred further qu

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Road Accidents Decrease

[New Era] Windhoek -Namibian motorists are seemingly becoming more aware of the importance of arriving alive as road accidents have decreased, which has resulted in a five percent reduction in the number of deaths on local roads.

[New Era] Windhoek -Namibian motorists are seemingly becoming more aware of the importance of arriving alive as road accidents have decreased, which has resulted in a five percent reduction in the number of deaths on local roads.

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President Welcomes Five New Envoys

[The Herald] Five newly-appointed ambassadors to Zimbabwe yesterday presented their credentials to President Mnangagwa and pledged to take advantage of the new dispensation in the country to strengthen bilateral relations.

[The Herald] Five newly-appointed ambassadors to Zimbabwe yesterday presented their credentials to President Mnangagwa and pledged to take advantage of the new dispensation in the country to strengthen bilateral relations.

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Annual Inflation Rate Up 3,52%

[The Herald] Zimbabwe’s annual rate of inflation gained 0,6 percentage points in December 2017 to 3,52 percent in January 2018, latest official data shows, partly driven by the 2018 back to school spending. The Zimbabwe National Statistical Agency (Zim…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe's annual rate of inflation gained 0,6 percentage points in December 2017 to 3,52 percent in January 2018, latest official data shows, partly driven by the 2018 back to school spending. The Zimbabwe National Statistical Agency (Zimstat) said this means prices, as measured by the all items consumer price index (CPI), increased by an average of 3,52 percent in the 12 months to January2018.

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Firm to Receive Over 500 Refuse Trucks

[The Herald] Local environmental concern, PCF Waste Management Company, is set to receive over 500 refuse trucks and skip bins from FAW Zimbabwe to complement local authorities in refuse collection. PCF, which is partnering local authorities in refuse …

[The Herald] Local environmental concern, PCF Waste Management Company, is set to receive over 500 refuse trucks and skip bins from FAW Zimbabwe to complement local authorities in refuse collection. PCF, which is partnering local authorities in refuse collection, is setting up an effective solid waste management strategy, amid concerns that councils were struggling to manage waste largely because of inadequate and malfunctioning plant and equipment.

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Filmmaker Searches for Disadvantaged Talent

[The Herald] Film producer Nevil Sandama will be holding auditions tomorrow at Theatre in the Park for aspiring actors who come from disadvantaged backgrounds. The auditions are set to scout for actors who will feature on an upcoming television reality…

[The Herald] Film producer Nevil Sandama will be holding auditions tomorrow at Theatre in the Park for aspiring actors who come from disadvantaged backgrounds. The auditions are set to scout for actors who will feature on an upcoming television reality show called "Unleash the Talent Africa".

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First Lady Launches Anti-Violence Initiative

[New Era] Windhoek -The First Lady, Madam Monica Geingos, is disturbed by comments made particularly by young Namibians on social media when news items regarding “passion killings” are posted online.

[New Era] Windhoek -The First Lady, Madam Monica Geingos, is disturbed by comments made particularly by young Namibians on social media when news items regarding "passion killings" are posted online.

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