Zimbos speak on power tariff hike

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa The announcement of an over 200 percent hike in Zesa tariffs in the 2019 mid-term budget review statement has been received with anger by many. Presenting the mid-term fiscal policy review on Thursday, Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube revealed that government is proposing to increase Zesa tariffs starting next week for domestic users, …

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PLC rejects Education Bill

Speaker of National Assembly Jacob Mudenda gave an update on Bills that have been under consideration from the Parliamentary Legal Committee (PLC) The Committee, however, flagged the Education Bill for contravening the Declaration of Human Rights and other provisions of the Constitution. Below are the statuses of the Bills as announced by the Speaker in …

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Nzenza tables the NSSA Report

By Correspondent Labour and Social Welfare Minister Sekesai Kanhutu-Nzenza has finally tabled the much-awaited National Social Security Authority (NSSA) Forensic Audit Report. The report is said to be containing various information about the abuse of office by company management, government officials and Ministers. Minister Nzenza had dragged to table the report which was officially given …

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Hwange forensic audit implicates Chitando

By Correspondent The Hwange Colliery Company (HCC) Forensic Audit Report alleges that Mines and Mining Development Minister Winston Chitando could have been involved in corrupt practices that happened at the company during his tenure as chairperson between 2016 and 2017. When Chitando was chairman at Hwange, the audit alleges that management embarked on extensive unethical …

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One Year On –MDC Still Mourn ‘Stolen Elections’

By   Tafadzwa Muranganwa MDC which is fronted by Nelson Chamisa has once again reiterated its stance that it will not recognise President Emmerson Mnangagwa a year after the opposition lost a Constitutional Court poll challenge. Addressing a press conference on Wednesday, to mark the anniversary of last year’s plebiscite, MDC spokesperson Daniel Molokele said the …

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There is no missing US$3billion: Shiri

By Wisdom Mumera The government says the US$3billion that is alleged by the Public Accounts Committee to have been swindled under the Command Agriculture Program is just a mere administrative error. Speaking in the National Assembly on Wednesday during the Question and Answer session, Agriculture, Lands and Rural Resettlement Minister Perence Shiri said his Ministry …

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