Banks Face Confidence Crisis – Minister Mandiwanzira

[Financial Gazette] Minister of Information, Communication and Technology and Courier Services, Supa Mandiwanzira, says Zimbabweans have lost trust in banks because of bank failures and cash shortages in the economy.

[Financial Gazette] Minister of Information, Communication and Technology and Courier Services, Supa Mandiwanzira, says Zimbabweans have lost trust in banks because of bank failures and cash shortages in the economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Government Rules Out Another Debt Cancellation

[The Herald] Government has ruled out another debt cancellation for residents in all local authorities, arguing that councils lost more than half a billion dollars following the 2013 debt write-off.

[The Herald] Government has ruled out another debt cancellation for residents in all local authorities, arguing that councils lost more than half a billion dollars following the 2013 debt write-off.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

SADC Trade Ministers to Meet in South Africa

[The Herald] Industry and Commerce Minister Dr Mike Bimha will this month attend a high level Southern African Development Community (Sadc) Committee of Ministers of Trade meeting in South Africa.

[The Herald] Industry and Commerce Minister Dr Mike Bimha will this month attend a high level Southern African Development Community (Sadc) Committee of Ministers of Trade meeting in South Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Platinum Mine Yet to Commence Operations

[Financial Gazette] Zimbabwe’s Bokai project, touted as potentially one of the country’s biggest platinum mining projects, is yet to commence operations despite government saying it had cleared hurdles that had stalled the project.

[Financial Gazette] Zimbabwe's Bokai project, touted as potentially one of the country's biggest platinum mining projects, is yet to commence operations despite government saying it had cleared hurdles that had stalled the project.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mugabe Brews U.S.$1 Billion University Shocker

[Financial Gazette] Zimbabwe’s cash-strapped government has approved a $1 billion grant to a university to be built in honour of President Robert Mugabe, a Cabinet Minister disclosed yesterday.

[Financial Gazette] Zimbabwe's cash-strapped government has approved a $1 billion grant to a university to be built in honour of President Robert Mugabe, a Cabinet Minister disclosed yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Livestock Movement Restrictions Lifted in Otjombinde

[New Era] Gobabis -Residents of Otjombinde Constituency in Omaheke Region, who have endured three weeks of livestock movement restrictions, can now sell and trade with their livestock again.

[New Era] Gobabis -Residents of Otjombinde Constituency in Omaheke Region, who have endured three weeks of livestock movement restrictions, can now sell and trade with their livestock again.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Govt to Swoop On Shops Selling Illegal Imports

[The Herald] Government will raid shops selling unlicensed imported products, as part of sophisticated measures targeting dealers fuelling the demand for contraband, to curtail smuggling and pluck leakages prejudicing Treasury of millions in potential …

[The Herald] Government will raid shops selling unlicensed imported products, as part of sophisticated measures targeting dealers fuelling the demand for contraband, to curtail smuggling and pluck leakages prejudicing Treasury of millions in potential revenue.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cattle Smugglers Face U.S.$75,000 Fine

[New Era] Gobabis -The men accused of stealing cattle from neighbouring Botswana and driving them into Namibia some three weeks ago could face up to a N$1 million fine, or 20 years behind bars, if convicted of the offence.

[New Era] Gobabis -The men accused of stealing cattle from neighbouring Botswana and driving them into Namibia some three weeks ago could face up to a N$1 million fine, or 20 years behind bars, if convicted of the offence.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Landmines Kill 18 – Scores Injured, Livestock Lost

[The Herald] Mutare -The Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) has scaled up anti-personnel mines awareness campaigns in Manicaland Province as 18 people have been killed since 2012.

[The Herald] Mutare -The Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) has scaled up anti-personnel mines awareness campaigns in Manicaland Province as 18 people have been killed since 2012.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe