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Zim Gems Happy to Receive Bond Notes Allowances – Minister

By Shorai Murwira The Zimbabwean netball team, The Gems, who are currently in Liverpool, Europe for World Cup are not amused with the Zimbabwean Bond notes allowances which they will get together with more promises coming their way as they return home, government has revealed. The Gems had a fruitful …

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‘Free Media a Key Pillar’

By Bulawayo Bureau A free and viable media industry is a key pillar towards the attainment of a middle income economy by 2030, and the Government is fully committed to fulfil this ideal, a Cabinet Minister said yesterday. Addressing delegates at the Zimbabwe New Media Summit organised by the National …

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ED to Commission More Zupco Buses

By Blessings Chidakwa and Sallomy Matare President Mnangagwa yesterday said all was now in place for the commissioning of the second batch of Zupco buses as his Government mitigates transport challenges in the country. At least 47 new buses that were acquired from South Africa and China are expected to …

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Harare Cancels U.S.$134 Million Waste-to-Energy Project

By Andrew Kunambura Harare City Council (HCC) has terminated a memorandum of understanding (MoU) it signed with Dutch company Integrated Energy BV (IEBV) in May for the construction of a US$134 million waste-to-energy incinerator at the Pomona dumpsite on the outskirts of Harare after the firm demanded an upfront payment …

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U.S. Govt Happy With Transitional Stabilisation Programme

The United States government says Zimbabwe’s latest economic blueprint, The Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP) can address the economy’s weaknesses if fully implemented and help boost investor confidence. The TSP, a child of Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube, is the foundation upon which President Mnangagwa’s government aims to springboard …

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