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‘DPC drives banks stability’

The Treasury boss was the keynote speaker at the International Association of Deposit Insurers (IADI) Africa regional committee conference, which kicked off in Victoria Falls yesterday.

By The NewsDay Aug. 30, 2022
Mbare, home of dancehall
By The NewsDay Aug. 30, 2022
Govt stripping assets: MPs
By The NewsDay Aug. 30, 2022
HCC employees in US$41 000 theft
HCC employees in US$41 000 theft

The HCC employees Special Tambudze (39), Dzidzai Kufasvinei (47), Samson Machingambi (46), Augustine Muchanyuri (37), Killian Tafa (56), Marcos Madamu (51) and Evans Chikombo (32) were remanded them in custody to tomorrow for bail ruling.

By The NewsDay Aug. 29, 2022
Biti’s application for referral to ConCourt continues

He has also complained about the presiding magistrate, Vongai Muchuchuti-Guwuriro saying she is biased.

By The NewsDay Aug. 29, 2022
Chamisa calls for UN-supervised polls

Addressing supporters at a thank you rally at Nyamhunga Stadium in Kariba, Chamisa said people should vote in numbers with or without reforms while calling on the UN to supervise the elections.

By The NewsDay Aug. 29, 2022
‘Zesa lost US$500m transformers to vandalism’

Energy deputy minister Magna Mudyiwa told delegates at the Global Renaissance Investments (GRI) Zimbabwe Infrastructure Investment Summit held in Victoria Falls last week that the major challenge affecting power supply in the country was vandalism.

By The NewsDay Aug. 29, 2022
Miss, Mr Nust ‘duped’

Sources close to the developments told NewsDay Life & Style that the Nust Student Representative Council (SRC) did not spend a cent on the pageant despite being allocated some money by the university.

By The NewsDay Aug. 29, 2022
Lie low, Chamisa tells supporters

Addressing a Press conference in Harare yesterday, Chamisa, whose campaign rally in Gokwe was blocked by rowdy Zanu PF activists on Thursday, urged his supporters to adopt what he termed “Operation Mango — green outside and yellow inside”, where they pretend to be Zanu PF supporters in public while remaining opposition at heart.

By The NewsDay Aug. 27, 2022
AMH pledges to create more dialogue platforms

“We are determined to make the ‘Zimbabwe is open for business’ campaign a reality through important gatherings like these, and through constructive criticism, thus pointing out weaknesses in our policy direction through our frank and unbiased coverage of the performance of the national economy,” Mdzungairi said.

By The NewsDay Aug. 27, 2022
‘Sadc data costs prohibitive’

According to the Worldwide Mobile Data Pricing 2022 Report released by Cable.co.uk, Southern Africa is ranked as having the highest cost of data.

By The NewsDay Aug. 27, 2022
Kanindo musician dreams big

Born at Chipinge General Hospital in the early 90s, Sithole is the first born in a family of three. Her late parents, Samson and Loveness Machuwaire, who were Kanindo fans inspired her to pursue the genre.

By The NewsDay Aug. 27, 2022
School heads squeal over victimisation

As the wage dispute rages on and teachers withdrew their labour, government responded by docking salaries of those who absconded duty, while also threatening to charge union leaders.

By The NewsDay Aug. 27, 2022
Govt must fix healthcare system

The Zimbabwean health sector has over the years seriously deteriorated with health institutions operating with inadequate drugs, equipment and staff.

By The NewsDay Aug. 26, 2022
Elderly woman in soup over rental arrears

“The plaintiff’s claim against the defendant is for an order for the eviction of the defendant and all those claiming occupation through her from Flat T2, Coronation Cottages, Queens Road, Bulawayo. Payment in the sum of $64 544 being rental arrears,” the summons read.

By The NewsDay Aug. 26, 2022
Take first aid to grassroots, First Lady urges Red Cross

Speaking at Bulawayo’s United College of Education (UCE) graduation ceremony of first aid trainees on Wednesday, the First Lady, who is also a holder of a first aid certificate, said Bulawayo was the first province to introduce the programme.

By The NewsDay Aug. 26, 2022
‘Chamisa a mad man’

Zanu PF has in the past accused the opposition of being puppets of the West.

By The NewsDay Aug. 26, 2022
Ex-deputy mayor sues MRP for defamation

Kambarami is demanding an apology and retraction of the statement and US$500 000 compensation, accusing MRP of describing him as a “Shona vulture” which had brought Bulawayo to its knees.

By The NewsDay Aug. 26, 2022
Low tariffs chomp into Econet profits

In its 2022 annual report for the year ended February 28, 2022 EWZ reported that the Zimbabwe dollar depreciated from $84 to $124 during the period, against the greenback, a depreciation of 48%.

By The NewsDay Aug. 26, 2022
Markets warm up to financial inclusion strategy

RBZ deputy governor Jesimen Chipika yesterday attributed the surge to a robust mobile money transfer system but said authorities were worried by the slow pace of financial inclusion in Matabeleland provinces.

By The NewsDay Aug. 25, 2022
You’re to blame, ED tells business

This was after members of the private sector and delegates attending the inaugural Zimbabwe Annual Investor Forum in Harare failed to ask questions after his address.

By The NewsDay Aug. 25, 2022
Murangandi eyes Mister World Heritage title

While he describes himself as a farm boy, the Bulawayo model has grown to become a professional who has managed to represent his nation on the international ramp.

By The NewsDay Aug. 25, 2022
South Africa: Limpopo MEC under fire over comments on Zimbabweans

She goes on to say that the health department received a budget based on the number of people living in the province who didn’t have medical aid, but that she was also using it for foreign nationals, many of whom were undocumented.

By The NewsDay Aug. 24, 2022
We are ready to fight measles, monkey pox: Mutsvangwa

It is estimated that 2. 6 million deaths occur worldwide each year due to measles, a highly contagious disease that can affect the respiratory tract and spreads through sneezing, coughing and secretions.

By The NewsDay Aug. 24, 2022
Businesses urged to suspend post-paid services to preserve value in highly inflationary environment

Zimbabwe is experiencing hyperinflation, with the prices of goods and services increasing by 256.9% between July 2022 and July last year, according to the national statistical agency (Zimstat), putting immense pressure on consumers and businesses, and on the economy at large.

By The NewsDay Aug. 24, 2022
Forced labour in Tibet guised as ethic unity: Reports

Beijing, on Thursday, held a press conference on “pairing-up support for the Tibet Autonomous Region” in order to foster a strong sense of community for the Chinese nation and hide the grave human rights abuses said to be underway in the region.

By The NewsDay Aug. 24, 2022
‘Zim poll fees too costly’

Zec’s new fees, which were approved by the Justice ministry, represent an increase of between 100% and 1 900% from the previous election and are about four times higher than the next expensive country, Zambia.

By The NewsDay Aug. 24, 2022
Albinism pageant organisers extend begging bowl

Association of Disabled and Elderly Persons in Zimbabwe (ADEPZ) Midlands co-ordinator Primrose Nyangoni said the pageant aimed to fight prejudices against People with Albinism (PWA) at home and globally.

By The NewsDay Aug. 24, 2022
POSB CEO bows out with $1,6 billion profit

POSB’s cheque was delivered to the Finance and Economic Development ministry at the annual general meeting (AGM), where Kandlela’s departure was among the highlights.

By The NewsDay Aug. 24, 2022
Musina taxies block Beitbridge-Musina highway

Limpopo province SAPS spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo was yet to respond to NewsDay questions at the time of going to print.

By The NewsDay Aug. 23, 2022