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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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Telecel donates food and clothes to Cyclone Idai Victims

Mobile Operator Telecel Zimbabwe has donated groceries and clothing worth over $50 000 towards Cyclone Idai relief efforts. In a statement Telecel said it has set up a merchant code 217105 on Telecash to Telecel subscribers who desired to send their cash donations. Mrs Angeline Vere Telecel CEO thanked Telecel subscribers and Telecel staff who responded to the call for ...

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Government transport crisis alleviation plan crumbles

The Governments’ plan of hiring buses to transport Zimbabweans all over the capital collapses as fuel crisis resurfaces in fuel stations. Residents from suburbs as Chitungwiza, Southlands and Ruwa among others were left stranded during peak hour to the mercy kombis and mushika shika who were taking advantage of the situation by charging up-to $6. Private buses which had been ...

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Air Zimbabwe shutles ‘Idai’ distant contributions

Air Zimbabwe said its providing free air carriage for all bulk donations to the current Cyclone Idai crisis hit communities from Victoria Falls Airport and Bulawayo to Harare . In a statement Air Zimbabwe said they have availed their aircraft to facilitate the uplift of donations made towards the assistance of those who were affected by the devastating effects of ...

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DSTV not shutting down South African Accounts in Zimbabwe

 DStv has officially dismisses rumors that were circulating on social media about shutting down   South African DSTV Accounts being used in Zimbabwe. In a statement DSTV said DSTV, MultiChoice and DSTV-SA did not say anything of that nature. “It has come to our attention that a hoax letter has surfaced in Zimbabwe alleging that MultiChoice South Africa has notified third ...

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ZETDC not increasing energy tariffs by 150%

Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company(ZETDC) has urged its customers to pay attention to social media spreading falsehoods that it was increasing electricity tariffs by 150% starting 15th of March 2019. “ZETDC would like to express its concern over the malicious social media messages that are urging consumers to buy electricity in bulk in order to beat a purported 150% ...

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Mangudya equates fuel shortages to expanding economy.

Zimbabwe’s Central Bank Chief John Panonetsa Mangudya  said that the fuel shortages in the country are a result of a growing economy as he addressing Parliament. Mangudya made the remarks before the Parliamentary Portifolio Committee on Energy  and Power chaired by Uzumba Member of Parliament Simbaneuta Mudarikwa on Thursday, 7 March. He was responding to a question on the ongoing ...

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Mangudya promises to calm fuel shortage crisis

The governor of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe John Mangudya yesterday said the current fuel shortages will be calm by the end of the month, regarding the problem to delays in the processing of lines of credit and the lack of working capital by all companies. He said fuel shortages were not a result of lack of foreign currency, but ...

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