Just in

Contaminated Fuel Shuts Filling Station

By Prince Mukuna and Sibongile Maruta A Harare filling station shut down its operations on Tuesday after it emerged that its petrol was contaminated with water. Engen Petroleum at the corner of Kaguvi Street and Robert Mugabe Road had to stop serving customers following complaints by at least four motorists …

Read More »

Chitepo School – an Enduring Legacy of the Struggle

One of the most positive outcomes of the military’s “Operation Restore Legacy” which led to the resignation of former President Mugabe in November last year is the revival of the Chitepo Ideological School. Cognisant of the need to impart foundational ethos regarding the country’s birth, the ruling revolutionary Zanu-PF party …

Read More »

Caaz Board Members Axed

By Tinashe Makichi Transport and Infrastructure Development Minister Joram Gumbo has terminated the contracts of some board members of the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ). Well-placed sources told The Herald Business that at least two board members yesterday received their termination letters by late afternoon . The sources say …

Read More »

Woman Loses $200k Lawsuit

A woman who suffered high voltage shock after making contact with a live cable has lost a $200 000 lawsuit because she filed her claim out of time. Ms Munashe Mateta had filed a $200 000 claim against the Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company Limited (ZETDC) at the High …

Read More »

ZCDC Holds Its First Diamond Auction

By Tendai Mugabe Government has conducted its first diamond sale since the consolidation of mining under the Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company in Chiadzwa which raked close to US$1 million. The sale surpassed Government’s anticipated target of US$620 631. Although Government could not reveal the number of carats auctioned, one special …

Read More »
error: Content is protected !!