We have great expectations, but Mthuli has failed us before: Masarira

By Staff Reporter Labour Economists and Afrikan Democrats (LEAD) president Linda Masarira says her party is expecting positives from the 2020 National Budget that is going to be presented in Parliament this Thursday (14 November 2019) despite the misfiring of the previous ones. Minister Mthuli Ncube’s budget comes at a time when Zimbabwe is going …

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2020 National Budget: Keeping the Lights On

OPINION By Pearl Matibe Zimbabweans who have had to do with 18 hours of load-shedding have come to believe that there is no way out as the country exhibited a lack of capacity to produce enough electricity to meet the huge demand. Moreover, they have even changed their way of life to suit the time …

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Life outside Parliament has been great: Majome

By Michelle Muchina Former Harare West Legislator Jessie Fungayi Majome has said she is enjoying life out of Parliament adding that she is now able to focus on other things including her law practice. Majome contested for the Harare West seat as an independent candidate in the 2018 general elections but could not get enough …

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Channel CDF to all sectors- Masvingo residents

By Hazvinei Mwanaka MASVINGO– Some residents in Masvingo Urban have expressed concern over the use of the Constitutional Development Fund (CDF) and have called on their legislator Jacob Nyokanhete to also channel the money towards different sectors for the benefit of the whole community. The legislator said he channelled the CDF (ZW$50 000) towards the …

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Harare needs collective action: Mudzuri [STATEMENT]

Stakeholders must work together to avert a time bomb in Harare  The water situation in Harare has become a state of disaster and all stakeholders must work together to stem a calamity that could threaten the lives of the people. The council is doing all it can to avert the disaster but there is a …

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Harare needs collective action: Mudzuri [STATEMENT]

Stakeholders must work together to avert a time bomb in Harare  The water situation in Harare has become a state of disaster and all stakeholders must work together to stem a calamity that could threaten the lives of the people. The council is doing all it can to avert the disaster but there is a …

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Parliament has no power to enforce discipline

By Daniel Chigundu Binga North legislator Prince Dubeko Sibanda says Parliament of Zimbabwe has no power to enforce discipline on corrupt Ministers and government officials whom it would have exposed through its oversight function. Honourable Sibanda’s revelation comes on the back of numerous complaints from members of the public who have been accusing Parliament of …

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Live Stream : ZERA appearing before Energy and Power Committee

The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) is appearing before the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Energy and Power Development to give evidence on the power situation in the country especially on the prices of fuel which has been on an upward trend as well as electricity tariffs and its availability among many others. ZERA is responsible …

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Mismanagement of funds at ZESA the major contributor of load shedding …Audit

By Staff Reporter An audit report by Price WaterHouse Coopers has revealed that the currently incessant power cuts and unscheduled load shedding are a result of mismanagement of funds by ZESA and its subsidiaries. The audit revealed that besides other many ills, top managers were also splashing money on top of the range vehicles which they …

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