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Mugabe's Far East Vacation Sends Wrong Signals
[Zimbabwe Independent]AS we bid good riddance to 2014, veritably yet another annus horribilis for distressed Zimbabweans, President Robert Mugabe is, as has become his tradition, taking it easy in the Far East where he is holidaying with his family until mid-January.
Govt Says No to Price Controls
[New Zimbabwe]GOVERNMENT will not be dictating the pricing of goods and services following the introduction of bonded coins, Industry and Commerce Minister Mike Bimha said Thursday.
14 Zim Schools Among Africa's Top 100
[New Zimbabwe]ZIMBABWE's 14 secondary schools are amongst Africa's top 100, according to a survey carried by a South African publication, Buzzsouthafrica.
Bond Coins Won't Exceed U.S.$50 Million - RBZ
[The Herald]The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe said bond coins in circulation will not exceed $50 million for the next three years until economic fundamentals improve. The RBZ this year arranged a $50 million bond facility that was aimed at addressing coins shortage in the economy. RBZ Governor Dr John Mangudya told the Institute of Chartered Accountants CFO breakfast meeting yesterday that the $50 million backed bond coins at one percent of the total country's deposits (currently sitting at $5 billion) are sufficient for t
Khaya Moyo Speaks On Unity Accord
[The Herald]As the nation celebrates the 22nd anniversary of the Unity Accord signed between President Mugabe and the late Vice President Dr Joshua Nkomo in 1987, Zanu-PF yesterday said pretenders and those who fanned factionalism have no place in the revolutionary party.The Unity Day celebrations are an annual event commemorated on December 22.
Police Secure Search Warrants for Mujuru Businesses
[New Zimbabwe]EMBATTLED former vice president Joice Mujuru's woes are set to mount after police Thursday were granted search warrants by a Harare magistrate's court to investigate her vast businesses empire,
Zimbabwe Can Save Up to 300MW of Electricity Per Day
[New Zimbabwe]ELECTRICITY-STARVED Zimbabwe can save up to 300MW of power per day through embracing energy efficiency measures a recently completed national energy audit has revealed.
TRB Launches Seed Packaging Machine
[The Herald]THE Tobacco Research Board expects to meet seed demand next year following the commissioning of a new seed packaging machine with a capacity of one million kilogrammes per annum. TRB's packaging process has been transformed from a manual system manned by at least 10 workers packing only 10kg of seed per day. The new machine raises seed packaging to 120kg per day.
Chief Blasts Justice System
[The Herald]President of the Chiefs Council, Chief Fortune Charumbira has castigated the country's justice delivery system for "bringing more conflicts than peace". Presenting a paper titled "The Role of Traditional Leadership in National Governance and It's Impact on National Security" at the National Defence College on Tuesday, Chief Charumbira said most of the problems facing Africa were due to the application of irrelevant solutions to problems.
Kereke Re-Admitted Into Zanu-PF
[The Herald]Zanu-PF has re-admitted Bikita West House of Assembly representative Dr Munyaradzi Kereke into the party. He was expelled from the party for insubordination after he defied a directive not to contest the Bikita West seat on a Zanu-PF ticket in last year's harmonised elections. Dr Kereke refused to pave way for the preferred candidate Cde Elias Musakwa. Zanu-PF went on to field two candidates.
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