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No need to panic, hoard — retailers

THE INTERVIEW Eliot Ziwira EZ: There have been rather wanton price increases by retailers lately amid panic-buying by consumers; a situation that does not augur well with the generality of citizens who feel that they are being short-changed by profiteers. What is your response to that? DM: It’s unfortunate that we …

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Ncube sued over 2% tax

PRO-DEMOCRACY activist Mfundo Mlilo has hauled Finance minister Mthuli Ncube to the High court seeking an order to suspend the imposition of the 2% electronic transactions tax. By Everson Mushava Ncube introduced the tax two weeks ago in his Transitional Stabilisation Programme which was effected last Friday, triggering a wave …

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Zim economy calls for dedicated citizenry

Prosperity Mzila Correspondent When one listens to people’s conversations either in public transport, shopping malls, in the banking halls and whispers in private conversations, the topic is about the superficially downward spiral the economy has abruptly taken. At first glance or to the layman on the street it would seem …

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Govt holds shortages, prices crises meeting

INDUSTRY and Commerce minister Mangaliso Ndlovu yesterday held a crisis meeting with various government departments, including Treasury and the central bank, as well as captains of industry and commerce to address the current shortages of basic commodities and wanton price increases on the market. BY TATIRA ZWINOIRA Ndlovu told NewsDay …

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Be responsible, say no to fake news

Stephen Mpofu Correspondent It is probably time that proud Zimbabwean journalists close ranks against some local correspondents of foreign media who have demonstrated a penchant for fake news by putting money upfront against this country’s national interests and with that their noble profession. A typical example of disinformation raising its …

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