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Lack of Trust in Banks Drives Cash Shortages

Lack of trust and confidence in banks is one of the reasons the public are not banking their money, a factor partly to blame for the prevailing cash shortages, Finance and Economic Planning Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said. Government has been battling cash shortages since 2016, which have persisted despite …

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Govt to Pay Bonuses in Time for Elections

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has released a tight 2017 bonus payment schedule that shall see the army paid first next month with the last of its bloated workforce set to receive their 13th cheque on the eve of this year’s harmonised elections. The schedule was released Thursday by Zimbabwe Service …

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City Needs Holistic Approach to De-Congest CBD

For  the umpteenth time, Harare City Council (HCC), issued a directive that was initially supposed to take effect on Wednesday, and later moved to yesterday, in an attempt to bring order in the central business direct (CBD) through banning commuter omnibuses from the city centre. Although the ban was later …

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O-Level Results Out Today

The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) November 2017 Ordinary Level results will be released today, an official confirmed yesterday. Traditionally the results are released by mid-February but this year they were delayed by a week following the nullification of the English Paper 2 after authorities discovered widespread cheating. Zimsec public …

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Corruption Will Not Be Tolerated – Mpofu

Home Affairs minister, Obert Mpofu says the new political dispensation which has seen the assumption of power by President Emmerson Mnangagwa needs people who are not corrupt. He was giving the closing marks Wednesday at the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) reception ceremony for equipment hired from South Africa to …

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