Zimbabwe News

Man Takes Zimra to ⚖Court over Forex Duty💸

Lincoln Moyo has taken the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) to court challenging its decision to charge him duty in foreign currency for his imported Toyota Hilux.

The vehicle was imported from the United Kingdom in December last year and has been stuck at Plumtree Border Post after Moyo failed to …

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Zimbabwe Stock📊 Exchange Appoints 👔Justin Bgoni as New CEO

The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) has appointed Justin Bgoni as its new chief executive officer.

Bgoni replaces Mr Alban Chirume who was sent on forced leave in 2017. Chirume was subsequently suspended after various charges were laid against him by the ZSE board. The charges included unprocedural and unethical conduct …

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70 Dead⚰ in Zimbabwe as Cyclone🌪 Idai Death Toll Rises

Reported deaths from cyclone Idai have risen to 70 with 65 deaths having been confirmed in Manicaland, four in Masvingo and one in Mashonaland East.

Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister July Moyo confirmed the death of the 65 people in Manicaland. The deaths in Masvingo and Mashonaland …

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Zimbabwe to 🏛Open Embassy in 🇦🇪UAE

Speaking to Sunday News, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Sibusiso Moyo revealed Zimbabwe intends to open an embassy in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

This comes at a time when Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube announced in the 2019 budget presentation last year that Zimbabwe was going to close some …

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Abu Dhabi an Eye Opener👀 for Mnangagwa

President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday characterised his visit to the United Arab Emirates as an eye opener.

In an interview with journalists after touring the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque and the Wahat Al Karama Memorial centre in Abu Dhabi yesterday, President Mnangagwa said:

"I am so happy that His Honour Sheikh …

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Cyclone Idai🌪 to Subside

The Meteorological Services Department (MSD) has said that sunny breaks are expected countrywide today as the intensity of Tropical Cyclone Idai continues to decrease and weaken.

The MSD said the centre is now heading in a north-easterly direction towards the Malawian border. Light rain is, however, still expected in parts …

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You Lack👎 Capacity to Govern Imo – Okorocha Fires Ihedioha

Imo State governor, Rochas Okorocha, on Sunday said that the governor-elect, Chief Emeka Ihedioha lacks the capacity to govern a “complex” state like Imo.

The Imo governor who was reacting to the allegation by the governor-elect that the state government withdrew N17 billion shortly after the governorship election, stated that …

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Zimbabwe 💸Spending $100 Million On Wheat Imports🥖 Every Year

Zimbabwean is losing about $100 million every year to the importing of wheat Industry and Commerce minister Mangaliso Ndlovu has said. He was speaking at an exhibition organised by the Grain Millers’ Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) in Bulawayo recently.

Said Ndlovu:

"A study in 2003 on the bread price indicated …

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Mozambique🇲🇿 Forecasts More Heavy Rains🌦 in Province Along Zim Border

Mozambique’s National Meteorology Institute (INAM) has forecast more rains in several provinces in the country, including Manica which borders Zimbabwe.

Says Mozambican publication Club Of Mozambique:

"INAM forecasts heavy rains, severe thunderstorms and strong winds gusts in the provinces of Sofala and Manica and in some districts of the …

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65 Dead⚰ in Zimbabwe as Cyclone Idai 🌪Death Toll Rises

Reported deaths in Zimbabwe from Cyclone Idai have risen sharply to 65. According to government-controlled daily The Herald, Chimanimani East MP, Joshua Sacco, gave the new number this afternoon.

Said the Herald:

"Update: The ministerial delegation is stuck at Mvumvumvu River bridge towards Nedziwa where there is the district command …

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