Zimbabwe News

Fastjet Launches👍 Harare-Bulawayo Flight✈

The new dispensation’s Zimbabwe is Open for Business mantra is gaining momentum with low cost Pan African airline, Fastjet spreading its flying wings by making its maiden Harare to Bulawayo trip today.

Officiating at the occasion to mark the airline’s maiden flight, Director of Aviation and Rail Transport …

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Ex-Minister Samuel Undenge⛓ Jailed for Graft😳

Former cabinet minister, Samuel Undenge has been jailed to an effective 2 and a half years after being convicted of abuse of office.

Harare regional magistrate, Mr Hosea Mujaya convicted the former Minister of Energy and Power Development after finding him guilty of criminal abuse of office.

Charges against Undenge …

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Former UN Chief👔 Annan Calls for Peaceful ZIM🇿🇼 Polls

Former U.N. secretary general Kofi Annan is calling for a peaceful election in Zimbabwe, which holds general polls in less than two weeks. Annan met with Zimbabwe’s president and leader of the opposition Friday.

Kofi Annan came to Zimbabwe leading “The Elders,” an independent group of mostly retired …

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Electronic📱 Transactions, Inflation Boost ZIM Revenue⬆

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) says the current inflationary environment and the widespread use of plastic as well as mobile money transactions have enhanced revenue collection, especially for revenue heads such as value-added tax (VAT) in H1 2018.

Zimbabwe’s annual rate of inflation for June gained 0,20% to …

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Zimbabwean Defender⚽ Training With Golden Arrows❗

Chicken INN FC’s Divine Lunga is currently training with South African Premier Soccer League side Golden Arrows.

According to local media reports, the left-back is being assessed by the Abafana Bes’thende technical team led by coach Clinton Larsen.

The 23-year-old player is currently on the books of Chicken …

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ZIM🇿🇼 Govt Commissions Bindura-Shamva Road✅

The $28 million Bindura-Shamva Road, which took 26 years to complete, was commissioned by Transport and Infrastructure Development Minister Joram Gumbo last weekend.

Speaking at the commissioning ceremony, Cde Gumbo said it was the wish of the new political dispensation led by President Mnangagwa to continuously upgrade the road network …

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Mnangagwa⚠ Warned of Dodgy😏 Investors

President Emmerson Mnangagwa should be wary of dirty and corrupt investors who come into the country under the guise of exploring business opportunities, a top diplomat has warned.

Speaking during the commemoration of Africa Anti-Corruption Day in Harare yesterday, Democratic Republic of Congo Ambassador to Zimbabwe and dean of the …

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Millers Rescue👍 Small-Scale🍪 Bakers With Flour🙌 Supplies

The Grain Millers’ Association of Zimbabwe (GMAZ) has started supplying flour to small-scale bakers throughout the country to avoid artificial shortages of bread and other flour-related products.

Some consumers had reportedly resorted to panic-buying in anticipation of shortages.

GMAZ chairperson Tafadzwa Musarara (pictured) said national flour supplies remained stable.

“The …

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Chikozho🗣: I Want To Continue As Gweru🕴 Mayor

Gweru mayor Charles Chikozho has expressed interest in retaining his mayoral post should he win the upcoming elections where he is standing as MDC Alliance candidate for ward 10.

Chikozho said his council had lined up several projects to improve service delivery in the city and they were hopeful of …

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Ex-Finance💸 Minister Wins👏 Demolition Order

Former Finance minister Christopher Kuruneri has successfully obtained a court order authorising him to demolish a miner’s house that had been built at his Ascotvale Farm in the Mazowe District.

The court order was issued on Wednesday this week by Justice David Mangota after Kuruneri had petitioned the High …

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Hungary pursued by EU over 'Stop Soros' migrant law

The European Commission says a law in Hungary that criminalises support for asylum seekers is illegal amid a battle with the country over EU migration. Hungary has now been referred to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) for "non-compliance" with EU legislation. Viktor Orban's government passed a law in June …

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