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No Winter Blackouts’

Power utility Zesa Holdings, says it has put in place measures to ensure that there will be no blackouts during winter when demand for electricity increases. Zimbabwe has not experienced major power blackouts since December 2015 and the supply is expected to remain stable in the foreseeable future, spokesperson Fullard …

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Zimbabwe: Govt Jumped the Gun On Cryptocurrency Ban

By Jacob Mutisi Only a few days ago Minister of Finance and Economic Development Patrick Chinamasa announced that Zimbabwe’s economy was now 96 percent cashless and a few days later the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe announces that they are banning cryptocurrency without specifying the reasons. This is an extremely popular …

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Zimplats Offer Hope to Binga’s Albino Community

By Micah Zinduru Located in the north-west of Zimbabwe along the Zambezi escarpment, Binga could pass as one swathe of land to have been condemned by geography. Both flora and fauna are subjected to day after day of cloudless skies, scorching heat and unrelenting sun. In some years it never …

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Zimra Surpasses April Target

By Livingstone Marufu The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) says it surpassed its gross revenue target for April 2018 by 9,81 percent to reach $361,88 million. Zimra acting corporate communications head Taungana Ndoro, said the strong performance was on account of a number of measures the authority put in place to …

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Caledonia Targets 80 000 Ounces By 2021

By Enacy Mapakame Caledonia Mining Corporations says it is on course to achieve gold production output of 80 000 troy ounces (about 2,4 tonnes) by 2021 at its Blanket Mine, although production during the quarter to March 2018 remained flat. Caledonia is also targeting to meet Blanket Mine’s production guidance …

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‘There’s Need to Rethink CBD Property Use’

By Enacy Mapakame There is need to rethink property uses in Harare’s central business district to match market trends and cushion the sector from growing voids, industry experts have said. This comes as commercial properties in the Harare’s central business district (CBD) have been recording increases in vacancy levels as …

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HSB Wants Special Allowance for Non-Medical Staff

By Paidamoyo Chipunza The Health Services Board (HSB) wants non-medical staff to be paid special medical allowances in a development set to levy a further cost on Government, The Herald has learnt. The HSB wrote to Treasury on April 27, 2018 pleading to have non-medical staff paid special medical allowances. …

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