Corruption Watch: Skeletons in the State House cupboard

 That was when the opposition-dominated City of Harare produced an audit report that accused the company of fraud.
By Tawanda Majoni Feb. 18, 2024

Heavy tax chews up civil servants’ US$300 salary

an outcry from all public sector employees regarding the new salary structure.
By Brent Shamu and Gracious Daniel Jan. 22, 2024

Govt being two-faced on fees policy

Honestly, how does government expect the schools to function when they have to meet recurrent costs without money?
By Newsday Jan. 13, 2024

Govt prepares to feed 2,7m starving people

The programme will run till March.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Jan. 13, 2024

Embrace innovation, businesses challenged

Mbauya said the government should have consulted before coming up with the 2024 national budget.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Dec. 13, 2023

Govt struggles to clear BEAM arrears

In May this year, teachers unions questioned the continued existence of BEAM, describing it as a breeding ground for corruption.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Nov. 9, 2023

FAZ grabs input distribution exercise

Efforts to get a comment from Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare minister July Moyo and secretary Simon Masanga were fruitless as their phones were not unreachable.
By Kenneth Nyangani Sep. 28, 2023

‘Low civil servants wages a time bomb’

Contacted for comment, the newly-appointed Public Service minister July Moyo said he was not aware of the situation as he was still acquainting himself with the ministry’s mandate.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 19, 2023

NewsInDepth: Masvingo residents bemoan secrecy around controversial land deal with private company

The minister oversaw the deal with Simbi last year before he was appointed Public Service minister after the August 23 and 24 elections.
By Nkulumani Mlambo Sep. 17, 2023