‘Govt Eyeing Diaspora Remittances to Improve GDP’

[New Zimbabwe] SMALL and Medium Enterprises minister Sithembiso Nyoni has said government wants to learn from Nepal to organize remittances inflow to improve the country’s GDP.

[New Zimbabwe] SMALL and Medium Enterprises minister Sithembiso Nyoni has said government wants to learn from Nepal to organize remittances inflow to improve the country's GDP.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

President Magufuli Orders Audit On Mineral Wealth

[Daily News] PRESIDENT John Magufuli has directed the Controller and Auditor General (CAG) to conduct an in depth audit of the mining sector to plug out loopholes that occasion massive losses from the country’s rich mineral reserves.

[Daily News] PRESIDENT John Magufuli has directed the Controller and Auditor General (CAG) to conduct an in depth audit of the mining sector to plug out loopholes that occasion massive losses from the country's rich mineral reserves.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Shebeen Brawl Leaves Imbiber Dead

[The Herald] A Harare man appeared in court yesterday for allegedly killing his colleague over illicit beer known as “musombodhiya’.” Zachariah Gurwe appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Barbra Chimboza facing charges of murder and was remanded in cust…

[The Herald] A Harare man appeared in court yesterday for allegedly killing his colleague over illicit beer known as "musombodhiya'." Zachariah Gurwe appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Barbra Chimboza facing charges of murder and was remanded in custody to April 10. Prosecutor Ms Linda Gadzikwa alleged that on March 24, at Shumba shebeen in Epworth, the now deceased, Shepherd Pamame, drank Gurwe's undiluted brew.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

War Vets Hit Back At ‘Dictator’ Mugabe

[CAJ News] Harare -ZIMBABWEAN veterans of the 1970s liberation struggle have continued their public spat with President Robert Mugabe, lashing at the veteran leader for claiming only he was capable of leading the country. During an indaba held in Harar…

[CAJ News] Harare -ZIMBABWEAN veterans of the 1970s liberation struggle have continued their public spat with President Robert Mugabe, lashing at the veteran leader for claiming only he was capable of leading the country. During an indaba held in Harare, the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA), reiterated their stance against the endorsement of Mugabe, whom they lashed at for manipulating the ruling Zanu-PF, lining his wife, Grace, to take over power and presiding over a corrupt administration.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe