Council duped US$221 000 in Jet Patcher deal

By Takunda Mandura Harare City Council is currently making efforts to recover about US$221 000 that it paid to Podilla Ventures in April 2017 for a Jet Patcher that was never delivered. Council awarded Podilla Ventures a contract (Tender Number COH/DOW/S9/2016) on the 5th of September 2016 to supply and deliver the Jet Patcher valued …

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High Glen Stadium plans: Residents raise concern

By Michelle Chifamba    Harare residents have raised concern over plans by the city council to construct a sports stadium in High Glen adding that there are other better priorities. If constructed, the 45 000 seater stadium will add the number of stadia in Harare to six. The council has already set aside about $1.4 …

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Harare Advisory Board: Residents ask questions

By Tafadzwa Muranganwa Harare Metropolitan Residents Forum (HAMREF) says it is worried by the recent appointment of an advisory board for Harare at a time when the government is about to disburse devolution funds. Minister of State for Harare Metropolitan Provincial Olive Chidawu recently named a 19 member board which he said would advise on …

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#AGReportZW | Auditor Generals Report on Ministries & Government Departments | December 2018

I hereby submit my Report on the audit of Appropriation Accounts, Finance and Revenue Statements and Fund Accounts of Zimbabwe for the year ended December 31, 2018 in terms of Section 309 (2) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe read together with Section 10 (1) of the Audit Office Act [Chapter 22:18]. Yours faithfully, M. CHIRI, …

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Zims Informal Sector Employs Over 90% Of The Available Workforce

We, the associations listed below, representing informal economy businesses and workers throughout Zimbabwe, declare as follows: • The informal economy in Zimbabwe contributes 40% of the total economy. In addition, it employs over 90% of the available Zimbabwe workforce. Nearly two-thirds of the people working in the informal economy are women. It is, therefore, a …

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RBZ Falls Deeper Into A Crisis of Confidence

By Mufaro Three years ago Mnangagwa assured “business and the general populace that bond notes are not going to replace the multi-currency basket”. Fast forward to today, trading in any other currency outside the bond note and RTGS is now illegal in Zimbabwe through Statutory Instrument 142 of 2019. RBZ’s policy interventions this week have sent …

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