BUSINESS NEWS

Internet shutdown costs govt millions of dollars

THE government lost millions of dollars through delayed revenue inflows due to the slow processing of imports and exports after the switching off internet services countrywide.Government threw the cou...

By Staff reporter | Published: 20 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

ZimTrade aims to increase exports by 10%

TRADE and export promotion body ZimTrade has projected to increase exports of value-added goods and services by 10 percent this year through lining-up various promotional programmes aimed at encouragi...

By Staff reporter | Published: 20 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

New activities for Matopos National Park

A TOUR operator in Bulawayo is planning to introduce new tour packages to excite visitors to Matobo National Park as the industry is fast adopting innovative and diverse ideas that will revive interes...

By Staff reporter | Published: 20 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Fuel deliveries resume

FUEL deliveries at service stations have resumed after being temporarily halted for about a week owing to the violent protests that rocked the country, a Cabinet Minister has said.In a telephone inter...

By Staff reporter | Published: 20 January 2019

POLITICS

Chamisa's MDC won't compensate anyone

MDC Alliance said it will not compensate anyone for the damages incurred during the national stay-away.The party's vice president Morgen Komichi told the Daily News that his party was not behind the c...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

POLITICS

Zimbabwe deports SA journalists

Two South African journalists were yesterday deported by Zimbabwean authorities amid fears government could be going in overdrive to stifle access to information.In a statement, Media Alliance of Zimb...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Panicking Zimbabwean shoppers besiege supermarkets

Hundreds of panicking shoppers yesterday thronged  supermarkets  and engaged in panic buying after some of the country's leading retailers opened their doors to the public following three da...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

POLITICS

Zimbabwe soldiers leave ugly terror trail

Horror stories are slowly emerging of how the country's trigger-happy security forces brutalised ordinary Zimbabweans this week - shooting  68 people and leaving dozens others requiring life-savi...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Mnangagwa's cabinet approves new cyber bill

With Zimbabwe's Internet shutdown still partly in place, the Information minister says that the government has crafted a new law to curb abuse of the Internet .Zimbabweans were left without Internet&n...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

POLITICS

Army deployed to Bulawayo streets

Government has deployed the much-dreaded Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) in the city as part of its desperate move to contain the civil unrest that was fast getting out of hand.All roads leading to the c...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

POLITICS

Mugabe wheelchair-hound, taxpayers to foot $4m bill

THE taxpayer continues to foot former president Robert Mugabe's medical bills, as it emerged President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government gave the deposed strongman US$4 million to cover his hospital exp...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Zimbabwe civil servants reject $78 salary increment

GOVERNMENT now faces a crippling civil service strike after its' revised offer of $78 for the lowest paid worker or 20% on a sliding scale was rejected by negotiators, who want nothing less than $1 70...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Mujumi jailed 12 months over contempt of court

A MASHAVA miner, Takunda Mujumi, has petitioned the High Court seeking rescission of judgment after he was slapped with a 12-month jail term for interfering with SMM Holdings mining claims despite a c...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

OPINION

Legality of blocking the Internet simplified

TODAY, we discuss the legality of the recent shock total blockade of the Internet and subsequent limitation of service to the exclusion of social media sites Facebook, YouTube, WhatsApp and Twitter, a...

By Miriam Tose Majome | Published: 19 January 2019

POLITICS

Man tries to pay duty with fake US$ notes

A 25-YEAR-OLD man from Bulawayo has been arrested at Beitbridge Border Post for attempting to pay duty using fake United States dollar notes. Givemore Tshuma of Nketa suburb, who was supposed to pay a...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

POLITICS

Police recover looted goods, culprits in court

POLICE in Bulawayo recovered property and groceries worth thousands of dollars in Entumbane suburb that were looted by violent demonstrators. The recovered goods include stoves, refrigerators, freezer...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Residents walk to town for groceries

SCORES of desperate residents were on Wednesday and yesterday forced to walk into town to buy groceries as some shops in their respective residential suburbs were vandalised by hooligans. Some unscrup...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Money changer loses US$4 000 to armed robbers

AN illegal money changer from Emganwini suburb in Bulawayo lost more than US$4 000 to seven gun-totting robbers who raided his home while he was sleeping early yesterday morning. The suspects, who wer...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

POLITICS

Bid to loot Nkulumane Shopping Mall thwarted

BRAVE vendors operating from Nkulumane bus terminus have emerged as heroes after repelling violent protestors who wanted to loot shops at Nkulumane Shopping Complex in Bulawayo on Monday and Tuesday. ...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

BUSINESS NEWS

Zimbabwe Immigration cleared 11,2 million travellers in 2018

The number of travellers, including tourists that were cleared at all the country's ports of entry and exit last year increased by nearly 5 percent to 11,2 million compared to 10,7 million in 2017, th...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

POLITICS

Khaya Moyo rejects ZimInd story

Zanu-PF secretary for Information and Publicity Simon Khaya Moyo has dismissed a story in yesterday's edition of the Zimbabwe Independent which insinuated that he said the ruling party was prepared to...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

POLITICS

Ox-drawn plough looter arrested as police pursue looters countrywide

Police have set up security checkpoints across the country to account for all hooligans who looted groceries and destroyed property during three-day violent protests orchestrated by the opposition MDC...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

POLITICS

Ex-MDC MP applauds Zimbabwe soldiers

The MDC-Alliance instigated violent protests witnessed early this week had nothing to do with an increase in the price of fuel or high cost of living among Zimbabweans, but part of the broader attempt...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

OPINION

Mnangagwa's govt has squandered immense goodwill

THE Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) this week called a three-day stayaway to protest the government's decision to hike fuel prices amid a rapidly deteriorating economic environment and rising...

By Staff reporter | Published: 19 January 2019

OPINION

Zimbabwe protests: A tale of misery, sorrow

ERUPTING like a volcano that had lain dormant for several decades, the masses in Zimbabwe this week vented their anger on any object they came across - burning tyres, as well as barricading roads - th...

By Gumisai Nyoni | Published: 19 January 2019
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