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Concern over price hikes took a political tone as the ruling party tries to demonstrate that it has capacity to address the crisis ahead of elections expected in August.

CIO probes embarrassing ‘looting law’ leak

CIO probes embarrassing ‘looting law’ leak
Laboratory equipment, chemicals and accessories, hospital protective equipment, and repairs and maintenance services of hospital machinery were also included on the list.
By Sydney Kawadza and Tinashe Makichi May. 26, 2023

Liquid Tech to increase tariffs by 50%

It will be the second increase this year.
By Staff Writer Mar. 31, 2023

Jotter: Students develop an integrated learning app

A group of over 20 young people from across the Matabeleland region came together to discuss how they and their peers had been affected by this.
By Staff Writer Mar. 17, 2023

Top 6 Trends in Cryptography in 2021

It is crypto's highest six trends in 2021. Controllers, conventional monetary organizations, and crypto-organization
By Theindependent Jan. 7, 2023

Why is Bitcoin Slumping?

Experiencing sharp falls in the cryptocurrency industry is very usual for investors.
By Theindependent Jan. 1, 2023

Garwe modest in title defence

Garwe modest in title defence
The former Zimbabwe pace bowler kicked off his coaching campaign on a winning note as he claimed the Zimbabwe Women's One Day and the Twenty20 competition last year.
By Rutendo Maraire May. 12, 2023

Gweru business magnate Smelly Dube honoured

The Gweru businesswoman, who now has an interest in property development and mortgage agency business in the UK, was also awarded for her business acumenship.
By Staff Reporter May. 28, 2023

Hwange housing project stalls over forex demands

This has reportedly forced beneficiaries to pledge to raise about US$100 000 needed to service the 450 stands.
By Silas Nkala 15h ago

Gweru in traffic lights U-turn

He said the on-going legal battle with the Chinese contractor, Emobuild, over the traffic lights was costing council in terms of legal fees.
By Stephen Chadenga 15h ago