PAP presidency saga: Charumbira hits back

Acting president Asherbiri Gayo last week called on Charumbira to step down from the organisation’s leadership.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Nov. 27, 2023

Step down, PAP acting boss tells Charumbira

Gayo argued that Charumbira’s continued presidency was tarnishing PAP’s reputation, accusing him of presiding over a scourge of corrupt activities.
By Sydney Kawadza Nov. 24, 2023

Govt pushes for use of AI in mining

The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Mining Development established that at least ZWL$300 billion is needed for critical expenditure items.
By Blessed Ndlovu and Nizbert Moyo Nov. 14, 2023

Treasury rejects ministry’s $500b bid

The government is desperately seeking re-engagement with the international community to help to clear the country’s ballooning debt now estimated at over US$20 billion.
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 12, 2023

Parly proposes Mines ministry to retain 25% of collections

Currently, the mining industry is being negatively affected by declining mineral prices, power cuts and foreign currency shortages.
By Blessed Ndlovu Nov. 10, 2023

Power cuts here to stay: Govt

He also indicated that the nation should expect power imports to end in 2025.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Nov. 9, 2023

MPs edgy over gay rights

Hurungwe East legislator Chenjerai Kangausaru weighed in saying they will oppose any legislation that supports same sex marriages.
By Lorraine Muromo Nov. 9, 2023

2 800 more schools required: Govt

Primary and Secondary Education minister Torerai Moyo revealed this in Parliament during a pre-budget seminar while responding to a report tabled by the education committee,
By Harriet Chikandiwa Nov. 8, 2023

Increasing communities’ capacity to process information

This will ensure they are able to detect media bias and disinformation while becoming informed citizens who can make better choices and decisions.
By Charles Dhewa Nov. 8, 2023