Food shortage fears loom, as Govt freeze prices

By Staff Writer Government has ordered retailers to slash prices of basic goods to pre-March 25 in an effort to cushion consumers from the skyrocketing prices. The moratorium immediately evoked yesteryear memories when authorities effected price controls in 2007 to slow down runaway inflation. Zimbabwe’s breadbasket has over the past months been soaring on the …

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Zim finally tightens COVID-19 screening

By Staff Writer Visitors coming into Zimbabwe from countries affected by the COVID-19 pandemic will now undergo mandatory screening and quarantine in designated facilities, a marked shift from self-isolation as the government adopts a raft of measures to slow down the spread of the virus. The new strategy is expected to see about 33 000 …

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Zim finally tightens COVID-19 screening

By Staff Writer Visitors coming into Zimbabwe from countries affected by the COVID-19 pandemic will now undergo mandatory screening and quarantine in designated facilities, a marked shift from self-isolation as the government adopts a raft of measures to slow down the spread of the virus. The new strategy is expected to see about 33 000 …

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Kazembe refuses to implicate Mujuru, Mohadi in ZESA cables theft

Home Affairs Minister Kazembe Kazembe has refused to confirm whether Vice President Kembo Mohadi and Joice Mujuru companies are some of the firms allegedly buying stolen ZESA cables. It is believed the two politicians own companies that have licences to deal in copper and could be the recipient of stolen ZESA cables. ZESA has been …

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African leaders addicted to ancestral leadership

OPINION By Michelle Muchena Africa has been described by many analysts as “a young continent with old leaders” and this arises from the fact that most of these leaders though they are advanced in age or have become incapacitated they hardly retire. According to some statistics, over 15 African countries are currently being led by …

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African leaders addicted to ancestral leadership

OPINION By Michelle Muchena Africa has been described by many analysts as “a young continent with old leaders” and this arises from the fact that most of these leaders though they are advanced in age or have become incapacitated they hardly retire. According to some statistics, over 15 African countries are currently being led by …

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Zanu PF bigwigs a disgrace: Chamisa

By Daniel Chigundu MDC Alliance Presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa says Zanu PF bigwigs that are seeking medical attention in foreign countries have no shame and are a disgrace to both themselves and the country. The country’s health sector has largely been left in the hands of development partners and the donor community who literary finance […]

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