Zimdollar Weakens By 4,3 % On The RBZ Auction System

Zimdollar Weakens By 4,3 % On The RBZ Auction System

By Alois Vinga THE Zimbabwean dollar this week weakened by 4,3% on the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) foreign exchange ...
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Coronavirus

Mnangagwa Gathers Tens Of Thousands In Violation Of Own Covid Rules     

Mnangagwa Gathers Tens Of Thousands In Violation Of Own Covid Rules     

By Star Matsongoni PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa gathered thousands of party supporters during anti-sanctions day in Rutenga Mwenezi Monday against the stipulated 100 people per gathering rule. Zanu PF is holding events with more than 100 people while preventing its nemesis, the MDC Alliance from staging the same events. Mnangagwa himself ...

Zimbabwe

Rapist Dad Jailed 18 Years

Rapist Dad Jailed 18 Years

/ Zimbabwe
By James Muonwa, Mashonaland West Correspondent A MHANGURA man, who was on the run after raping his 10-year-old daughter, has been sentenced to 18 years imprisonment. The 35-year-old man of North End farm, Mhangura is the biological father of the girl who is a Grade Three pupil at a local ...

Courts & Crime

Lafarge Sued For Failing To Deliver 60 Tonnes Of Cement

Lafarge Sued For Failing To Deliver 60 Tonnes Of Cement

/ Courts & Crime, Zimbabwe
By Mary Taruvinga ZIMBABWE-Stock-Exchange-listed cement maker, Lafarge Cement Zimbabwe Limited has been taken to court after it failed to deliver 60 tonnes of cement reportedly bought back in 2018 by one Morgan Mhlanga. The company is alleged to have tried to deliver 17 bags only instead of 1 200 x ...

Trending

Raging War Vets Blast Mnangagwa

Raging War Vets Blast Mnangagwa

/ News Headlines, Trending
By Leopold Munhende WAR Veterans came out guns blazing against President Emmerson Mnangagwa, dismissing his “sanctions” mantra, giving examples of how his children were getting fatter by the day while theirs starved. They also expressly said they were not afraid to die for their cause. Having had their demonstration dramatically ...

Business

Meikles To Demerge Tanganda Tea Company

Meikles To Demerge Tanganda Tea Company

/ Business
By Alois Vinga MIEKLES Limited has commenced a process which will result in demerging Tanganga Tea Company (TTC) in a bid to transform the subsidiary into a “stand-alone” investor’s attractive entity able to pursue business ventures. In a Circular to shareholders, Meikles chairperson, John Moxon said the decision was taken ...

Showbiz, Arts & Culture

Ricky Fire Warns Artists Against Drugs

Ricky Fire Warns Artists Against Drugs

/ Showbiz, Arts & Culture
By Stephen Tsamba ZIMDANCEHALL artist Ricky Fire has warned fellow musicians to stay away from drugs and find other means to make money outside music. This follows reports of substance abuses by several artists. Ricky fire, real name Tulani Takavada, took to his social media to warn other artists to ...

Sports

Mighty Warriors Edge Closer To AWCON Qualification

Mighty Warriors Edge Closer To AWCON Qualification

/ Football
By Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE’S national women’s football team, the Mighty Warriors edged closer to securing a place at next year’s Africa Women’s Cup of Nations (AWCON) after inflicting yet another heavy defeat on Eswatini, winning 3-0 in Manzini on Monday. The result means the Mighty Warriors won the two-legged AWCON ...

Health & Community

Kwekwe Says Water Safe To Drink After Residents Complain Of Odour

Kwekwe Says Water Safe To Drink After Residents Complain Of Odour

/ Health & Community, Zimbabwe
By Staff Reporter KWEKWE City Council has said its water is safe to drink following complaints from residents after it produced an off-putting odour Director of works John Mhike speaking in a full council meeting this week said the City’s water is safe to drink despite the odour coming from ...

Africa & World

Seven Killed In Sudan Military Coup

Seven Killed In Sudan Military Coup

/ World
By BBC CROWDS of angry Sudanese citizens have continued to protest through the night against Monday's military coup. At least seven people were reported killed and dozens injured, many of them as a result of soldiers opening fire on protesters. The UN has demanded that the military release the Prime ...

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