Morton Jaffray Gobbles U.S.$1,1 Million Power Monthly

[The Herald] Harare City Council’s Morton Jaffray is gobbling electricity worth $1,1 million monthly and the bill is likely to fall by 25 percent once rehabilitation of the water works has been completed.

[The Herald] Harare City Council's Morton Jaffray is gobbling electricity worth $1,1 million monthly and the bill is likely to fall by 25 percent once rehabilitation of the water works has been completed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Fun, Creativity At Holiday Art Camp

[The Herald] The National Gallery of Zimbabwe, in celebrating the 60th Anniversary, presents the April Holiday Art Camp. The Camp is set to take place from April 24 to 28 this year and will offer an opportunity for students to explore and appreciate ne…

[The Herald] The National Gallery of Zimbabwe, in celebrating the 60th Anniversary, presents the April Holiday Art Camp. The Camp is set to take place from April 24 to 28 this year and will offer an opportunity for students to explore and appreciate new ideas, development skills, making new friends, and showing leadership, all while having a great time, too!

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Annual Inflation Goes Up

[The Herald] The year-on-year inflation rate – annual percentage change – for the month of March 2017 as measured by the All Items Consumer Price Index stood at 0,21 percent, gaining 0,15 percentage points on the February 2017 rate of 0,06 percent, acc…

[The Herald] The year-on-year inflation rate - annual percentage change - for the month of March 2017 as measured by the All Items Consumer Price Index stood at 0,21 percent, gaining 0,15 percentage points on the February 2017 rate of 0,06 percent, according to the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cops Storm Ruling Party Meeting After Rampage

[New Zimbabwe] TWO Epworth police Constables last Thursday stormed a Zanu PF meeting to arrest a party youth who had assaulted and left intestines of a Harare man protruding while punishing him for absconding a party meeting.

[New Zimbabwe] TWO Epworth police Constables last Thursday stormed a Zanu PF meeting to arrest a party youth who had assaulted and left intestines of a Harare man protruding while punishing him for absconding a party meeting.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Irrigation Capacity Doubles

[The Herald] THE irrigation capacity of Zimbabwe National Water Authority’s dams has almost doubled as a result of the heavy rains received this summer season.

[The Herald] THE irrigation capacity of Zimbabwe National Water Authority's dams has almost doubled as a result of the heavy rains received this summer season.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Agricultural and Rural Development Authority Workers Endure Payless 6 Months

[New Zimbabwe] Hundreds of workers at ARDA Estates here have gone for over six months without receiving salaries with the state-owned firm’s management claiming it could not secure cash from local banks to pay the wages.

[New Zimbabwe] Hundreds of workers at ARDA Estates here have gone for over six months without receiving salaries with the state-owned firm's management claiming it could not secure cash from local banks to pay the wages.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dynamos Silence Caps United

[The Herald] GIANTS Dynamos finally remembered how to win yesterday when they edged bitter rivals CAPS United in a rain-drenched Independence Cup semi-final soccer tie at the National Sports Stadium to set up a dream date against Highlanders.

[The Herald] GIANTS Dynamos finally remembered how to win yesterday when they edged bitter rivals CAPS United in a rain-drenched Independence Cup semi-final soccer tie at the National Sports Stadium to set up a dream date against Highlanders.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Athlete Makaza Finishes Fourth in Cape Town

[The Herald] SEASONED Zimbabwean long-distance runner Collen Makaza had another successful adventure when he came fourth at the Old Mutual Two Oceans Ultra-marathon in Cape Town, South Africa, on Saturday.

[The Herald] SEASONED Zimbabwean long-distance runner Collen Makaza had another successful adventure when he came fourth at the Old Mutual Two Oceans Ultra-marathon in Cape Town, South Africa, on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Economy Will Rise Again, Says Prominent Cleric Mutendi

[The Herald] Zimbabwe’s economy will be resuscitated the same way Jesus resurrected when his enemies thought he had died in vain, Zion Christian Church (ZCC) leader bishop Dr Nehemiah Mutendi has said.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe's economy will be resuscitated the same way Jesus resurrected when his enemies thought he had died in vain, Zion Christian Church (ZCC) leader bishop Dr Nehemiah Mutendi has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe