MPs fail to pay Harare parking fees

This comes after there were concerns over parking fees which, in some instances, led to clashes between motorists and parking marshals.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Jul. 19, 2024

Govt pushes ahead with contentious PVOs Bill

Mnangagwa, under relentless pressure from local and international organisations, sent it back to Parliament for reconsideration.
By Problem Masau Jul. 16, 2024

Mudenda calls for AI use to fight climate change

Mudenda noted that several Sadc countries had promulgated constitutions which accentuate the conservation of the environment as a fundamental human right.
By Moses Magadza Jul. 13, 2024

Bubi small-scale miners face cocktail of challenges

Ndlovu said miners were supposed to engage villagers and landowners if conflicts arose.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 8, 2024

Interview: ‘Accommodation crisis haunting legislators’

The hotels do not give Parliament credit lines, I mean we cannot be paying for everything.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Jun. 29, 2024

Of promises and lies

The promises to improve their welfare have been made before. However, they turned out to be lies.
By Newsday May. 24, 2024

Govt sets target for winter wheat cropping

Lands, Water, Agriculture and Rural Development minister Anxious Masuka revealed this in the National Assembly while responding to questions from legislators.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Mar. 30, 2024

Even after splurging millions, poor Wicknell can’t find love

Reports suggest that Chivayo paid a bride price of US$50 000 in 2017, and the intervening years have seen Wicknell buy more fancy cars to stock in his garage.
By Muckraker Mar. 28, 2024

Govt coffers bleed as oversight too ‘cumbersome’ for Treasury

Money supply growth without corresponding economic output causes a currency to lose its value since it will not be backed by tangible fundamentals.
By Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 19, 2024