THE Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) has directed that its members go on forced one-month paid leave after every month in an effort to reduce expenditure on food bills and other expenses at barracks
PLANS to set up a cement-making factory in Zvishavane by the Chinese have hit a snag after it emerged that the mining rights in the area belong to Shabanie Mashaba Mines (Pvt) Ltd.
THE cash-strapped Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority is caught in a dilemma as it is being arm twisted to help set up a private wildlife sanctuary for the First Lady Grace Mugabe at Manzou Estate in Mazowe using its meager resources.
TRANSPORT minister Obert Mpofu is embroiled in a wrangle involving a gold mine in Gwanda in Matabeleland South.
VICE-President Phelekezela Mphoko is desperate to stamp his identity on Zimbabwe’s political landscape where he had hardly featured prior to his shock appointment by President Robert Mugabe in December.
PEOPLE normally visit a doctor to get a correct diagnosis and treatment and then recover.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe this week met with a high-powered French business delegation and used the opportunity to explain to the potential investors that the indigenisation law is not so bad after all.
MINES minister Walter Chidhakwa is locked in a bitter tussle with the Ministry of Defence over control of the much-vaunted US$4 billion Russia-Zimbabwean platinum mining project in Darwendale.
THE cash-strapped but extravagant Zimbabwean government, which is operating on a hand-to-mouth basis, is facing a tough 2015 as its revenue base is expected to continue dwindling.
CABINET ministers, senior civil servants and top Zanu PF officials are bleeding the Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa) by not paying electricity bills at their private properties, with others owing more than US$200 000.