Written by on July 5, 2019

Small scale miners say the deal between Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) and Glow Petroleum by which Glow will supply one million liters of fuel monthly for miners at Glow garages across the country comes as a timely intervention at a time when production was being affected by the fuel crisis in the country.

In separate telephone interviews, miners welcomed the partnership and the benefits it is bringing to the sector.

Yesterday ZMF announced that together with Glow Petroleum they had formulated a favorable package on fuel delivery for the small scale mining sector which had previously been affected by fuel shortages.


Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission says some high profile government office bearers are resisting  investigation and have been unlawfully withholding documentary evidence. Addressing members of the media on yesterday ZACC Chairperson Justice Louis Matanda-Moyo had this to say.

She also highlighted that there are gross violations of good corporate governance principles by most family run business and state enterprises.


Still with ZACC… Residents in the Great Dyke have welcomed government’s move to give Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Z.A.A.C) officers powers to arrest corruption suspects.

Speaking to Great Dyke News reporter, residents said the move empowers a previously toothless law enforcement institution and they now expect swift action from the commission.

Changes announced in an Extraordinary Government Gazette published last week Friday through Statutory Instrument 143 of 2019 granted ZACC powers to arrest.



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