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Police in Cybercrime Training

By Victor Maphosa Officers of the Zimbabwe Republic Police are undergoing a five-day intensive Train-the-Trainer Cybercrime First Responders’ Course to equip themselves with skills critical in tackling cybercrime. The course, which will end tomorrow, seeks to arm the police with adequate knowledge which will enable them to be proactive in …

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Zim On an Electricity Prayer As Another Drought Looms

By Leopold Munhende Zimbabwe’s power crisis is unlikely to end any time soon amid fears another drought is looming, Energy Minister Fortune Chasi warned this week. The country’s foremost hydro-electric power station, Kariba is likely to shut-down for the first time since it was established in the last 1950s as …

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U.S. Injects U.S.$45 Million to Help Alleviate Hunger in Zimbabwe

By Costa Nkomo A day after President Emmerson Mnangagwa declared the country’s hunger situation a state of disaster, the US government reacted first, pouring some US$45 million as relief for the acute food shortages facing the Southern African country. At least six million Zimbabweans are facing starvation especially during the …

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Top Chinese Bank Places Zimbabwe On Sanctions List

By Leopold Munhende A Chinese government owned financial institution, China Everbright Bank, one of its largest investment arms across Europe and Africa, has placed Zimbabwe on a list of countries it will not be dealing with. In a communique, a copy of which is in NewZimbabwe.com’s possession, China Everbright Bank …

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Govt Has Abandoned War Veterans – Zanu-PF MP

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration has abandoned veterans of the country’s liberation struggle and needs to copy from other countries that have social safety nets to carters for those that sacrificed their lives for their nations, Zanu PF Buhera South lawmaker Joseph Chinotimba has said. Contributing to debate of Finance Minister …

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Access Finance expands footprint

Specialised financial services firm, Access Finance has expanded its footprint to Bulawayo and Victoria Falls as it seeks a truly national outlook. After opening its doors three years ago in Harare, managing director Raymond Chigogwana said monetary developments in the country had opened opportunities for the group. “Given the locations …

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Cassava set to introduce ease of travel

Vaya has speeded the introduction of its new services, Vaya Carpool and Vaya Shuttle, in a bid to help ease the fuel and foreign currency crises in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe has been facing a crisis in fuel since last year in September and this has seen diesel and petrol prices going …

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Metbank wipes Nssa slate clean

MetBank yesterday tendered about $37,3 million to the National Social Security Authority (Nssa), the value for the Treasury Bills (TBs) the bank was withholding as security in a fertilizer financing programme that has become a subject of corruption investigations. The bank paid Nssa $24,9 million in January to the pension …

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