Govt-Driven Farming Scheme Pays Off

[The Herald] The rains Zimbabwe and the rest of southern Africa is receiving have brought huge excitement among farmers with many predicting a bumper crop harvest in the 2016-17 season.

[The Herald] The rains Zimbabwe and the rest of southern Africa is receiving have brought huge excitement among farmers with many predicting a bumper crop harvest in the 2016-17 season.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt to Extend Incentives to Manufacturing Sector

[The Herald] Government is considering extending fiscal incentives to the manufacturing sector to give them space to grow and expand into export markets, Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.

[The Herald] Government is considering extending fiscal incentives to the manufacturing sector to give them space to grow and expand into export markets, Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

City of Harare Must Deliver or Ship Out

[The Herald] THE rains are upon us. They have brought joy for residents. It means a rise in water levels at sources that supply Harare like Lake Chivero. The water levels at Lake Chivero had significantly dwindled. This forced council to announce a tig…

[The Herald] THE rains are upon us. They have brought joy for residents. It means a rise in water levels at sources that supply Harare like Lake Chivero. The water levels at Lake Chivero had significantly dwindled. This forced council to announce a tight water rationing schedule.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Motor Racing Star Rautenbach Clears First Stage

[The Herald] Collin Matiza -ACE Zimbabwean motor racing driver Conrad Rautenbach managed to clear the first stage of the tough 2017 Dakar Rally where he finished a credible 15th place out of 89-car entries on the first day of the tough two-week motor r…

[The Herald] Collin Matiza -ACE Zimbabwean motor racing driver Conrad Rautenbach managed to clear the first stage of the tough 2017 Dakar Rally where he finished a credible 15th place out of 89-car entries on the first day of the tough two-week motor rallying event on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tobacco Board Introduces E-Marketing

[The Herald] Preparations for the 2017 tobacco marketing season are at advanced stage, with the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board training buyers on the newly introduced electronic marketing system.

[The Herald] Preparations for the 2017 tobacco marketing season are at advanced stage, with the Tobacco Industry and Marketing Board training buyers on the newly introduced electronic marketing system.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Envoy to U.S. Githae Warns of Fraudulent Visa Websites

[Nation] Kenya’s ambassador to the United States Robinson Njeru Githae has warned potential e-visa applicants of the existence of counterfeit websites purporting to issue the document on behalf of the government.

[Nation] Kenya's ambassador to the United States Robinson Njeru Githae has warned potential e-visa applicants of the existence of counterfeit websites purporting to issue the document on behalf of the government.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Could Striker Rusike Move to Tunisia?

[The Herald] WARRIORS forward Matthew Rusike marked the start of the New Year with new beginnings in his career after he moved closer to completing a move to top Tunisian football outfit CS Sfaxien.The brawny forward, who has played in South Africa, Gr…

[The Herald] WARRIORS forward Matthew Rusike marked the start of the New Year with new beginnings in his career after he moved closer to completing a move to top Tunisian football outfit CS Sfaxien.The brawny forward, who has played in South Africa, Greece and recently Sweden, has chosen to take his career to North Africa following the relegation of his team Helsingborgs IF.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Football Body, Warriors Stand-Off

[The Herald] JUST when it seemed all was in place for a strong final leg of preparations, chaos has once again rocked the Warriors camp with ZIFA and the players involved in a nasty fall out over accommodation.

[The Herald] JUST when it seemed all was in place for a strong final leg of preparations, chaos has once again rocked the Warriors camp with ZIFA and the players involved in a nasty fall out over accommodation.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe