Day: October 30, 2023

President Mnangagwa
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‘People-oriented policies birthed Zanu-PF victory’

PRESIDENT Mnangagwa said Zimbabweans unequivocally reaffirmed their unwavering confidence in Zanu-PF’s people-oriented policies when they voted resoundingly for the revolutionary party during the August 23-24 harmonised elections, giving the Second Republic another five-year term.  In his introductory remarks in the party’s Central Committee report tabled at the just-ended 20th National People’s Conference in Gweru in […]

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Charles Chipende, Miraculous Nyadzo (centre) and their daughter Millicent plant maize on their Pfumvudza/Intwasa plot in Mvuma last week.
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Farmers prepare over 3,4 million Pfumvudza plots

Farmers have so far prepared over 3,4 million Pfumvudza/Intwasa plots countrywide to ensure that they grow enough food for their families and create surpluses which will ensure Zimbabwe remains food secure. Pfumvudza was introduced by the Second Republic to address problems emanating from low productivity facing the country’s agricultural system. It is based around intensive […]

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Heavy rains expected

Zimbabwe will be experiencing localised heavier rains of 30mm that will be accompanied by strong winds and thunderstorms until Friday this week. In a statement, the Meteorological Services Department urged the public to take protective measures for both plants and livestock to avoid damages by thunderstorms. It also recommends the public to stay indoors during […]

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Zanu PF First Secretary and President Cde Mnangagwa presents the party’s constitution to delegates at the party’s 20th Annual National People’s Conference at the Midlands Convention Centre in Gweru over the weekend.
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Devolution to get more funding

The Zanu PF Government will ensure that all projects started under the Second Republic will be completed on time and also accelerate the modernisation and industrialisation of rural areas, President Mnangagwa said. The President added that rural areas will be prioritised in terms of funding from devolution and other related funds to improve the infrastructure […]

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National Disciplinary Committee Chairperson, Cde Oppah Muchunguri-Kashiri
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Zanu-PF expels 18 undisciplined members

AT least 18 former Zanu-PF cadres lost their membership to the revolutionary party after they stood as independent candidates in the National Assembly and local authority elections in the just ended August 2023 harmonised elections. This is contained in the Central Committee report that was tabled by President Mnangagwa before the just-ended 20th Zanu-PF Annual […]

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Duly’s Bags Gold at Exceptional Marketers MAZ Awards

TOP vehicle and agro-equipment 3S dealer, Duly Holdings Limited, won big at the recently held annual Marketers Association of Zimbabwe (MAZ) National Exceptional Marketers awards. A leading Zimbabwean Motor Company which is well-known for its expertise in the retailing of Ford Vehicles, UD trucks and a range of other Vehicles brands Duly’s was accorded the […]

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Zanu PF National Political Commissar Cde Mike Bimha
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Ruling party ready for by-elections

ZANU PF is ready for the looming by-elections in both senatorial, parliamentary and local authority around the country, the party’s national Political Commissar Cde Mike Bimha has said The ruling party is geared to win the seats it lost to the opposition in August this year and increase its tally in the legislature. The by-elections […]

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Business

RTG focuses on maintaining, enhancing profit margins

HOSPITALITY concern Rainbow Tourism Group (RTG) has expressed optimism on the resurgence of the hospitality sector in the second-half of the year which usually contributes around 60 percent of the total business led by conferencing and foreign leisure business, group chairman, Mr Douglas Hoto has said. Mr Hoto said the focus will be on maintaining […]

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US sanctions embargo 21 local banks

Zimbabwe says the economic embargo imposed on the country at the turn of the millennium, has incapacitated the domestic financial system as only six out of 27 Zimbabwean banks are able to transact internationally. The United States imposed sanctions against Zimbabwe in 2001 via the Zimbabwe Democracy and Economic Recovery Act (ZDERA) while the European […]

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