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Yoweri Museveni to officially open Zimbabwe International Trade Fair

The President of Uganda, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni will be officially opening the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair in Bulawayo tomorrow. His Excellency President Emmerson Munangagwa is also attending the event. The First Lady, Mai Auxillia Munangagwa will be hosting a welcome dinner today at the state house for the Ugandan President. It is reported that the President of MDC-A, Nelson Chamisa ...

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ZOL Increases Wibroniks Prices

ZOL has increased its Wibroniks subscription prices in a clever way with effect from next month, the first of May by replacing and repricing its data plans. The 5gig Wibroniks data plan which cost RTGS $15 will start to be going for RTGS $29. Previously, there was a 30gig data plan/allocation but from next month it will be there and ...

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Government petition bread price hikes

Government has pleaded with the National Bakers Association in Zimbabwe to defer from the hiking of bread from $2 to $3.50. At a press conference yesterday the Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Monica Mutsvangwa called petitioned the NBAZ to call off the prices that they had declared on bread because it would spoil the Easter and Independence holiday. ...

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Steward Bank apologetic for letting down its customers

Steward Bank is sincerely apologising to its customers for the inconveniences ,they are going to upgrade their system from 17th to 20th April. Steward bank posted on its twitter handle that they are going to enhance their system and is sincerely regretful for the disruption they were causing to their customers. “We wish you to advise our customers and the ...

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Econet Installs the largest industrial solar plant in Zimbabwe.

Econet Wireless has commissioned a 466KW solar power plant at its Willowvale industrial complex in Harare, which is the largest commercial and industrial carport and roof mount installation of its kind to be deployed in the country. The 466KW solar plant was engineered and designed by Distributed Power Africa (DPA), Econet’s solar business in line with the company’s commitment towards ...

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Bayethe Development Institute creates jobs for youths

Bayethe Development Institute (BDI) has launched a Creative Factory Hub (CFH) which is to employ and empower Zimbabwean youths without jobs. In a press release BDI said it introduced Creative Factory Hub so as to help the needy in the community without jobs to acquire skills for a living and to improve their environment, arts and cultures. “Bayethe Development Institute ...

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Forex major problem in fuel supply: Joram Gumbo

Minister of Energy and Power Development has said the shortage of foreign currency has been one of the major challenges affecting fuel supply in the country. Hon.Gumbo said he had appealed to the Minister of Finance Mthuli Ncube to allow mining companies that have access to foreign exchange market (forex) to supply their own fuel without straining the country’s bank ...

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People react to Government’s fake promises of normalising basic goods

Most Zimbabweans have expressed their frustration over price hikes considering that the Government had promised normality of prices in April. Two months ago the Government said it was developing a plan for providing affordable and cheaper goods in April but all those were fake promises.  “We are putting a framework in place where we will be able to assist the ...

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Harare City Council employees on con game

Harare City Council employees are reportedly to have been swindled City chiefs millions of dollars using unregistered POS machines. In a statement the organisation said the collected revenue was never submitted to the Council and they had discovered it when they take an operational procedure. The Council said out of 43 district offices that they visited for an audit they ...

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Biti blasts Monetary Policy

The former Finance Minister Tendai Biti has slammed the new Monetary policy implemented by Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe(RBZ) John Mangudya Governor and Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube as daylight robbery to the ordinary citizens of Zimbabwe. Biti said the Real Time Gross System(RTGS) is a scam to rob the ordinary people’s savings that were living from hand to mouth. “The RTGS ...

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