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The Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers says the government should come up with a lasting solution to the foreign currency shortage. CZR Marketing and stakeholder relations director, Alois Burutsa says the Reserve bank of Zimbabwe has not been availing foreign currency to retailers. He says they have been forced to hike prices, to match the parallel […]

Government has received Tuberculosis Drugs to replenish the national stock which was now depleting. Acting permanent secretary in the Ministry of Health and Child Care Dr Gibson Mhlanga says the ministry has received one month supply of anti-tuberculosis drugs and is expecting two more batches to increase the country’s tuberculosis drug levels. Dr Mhlanga said […]

  History was made in Kwekwe yesterday following the election of the city`s first female mayor. Angeline Kasipo was elected Mayor unopposed. In an interview after her elevation, Councilor Kasipo said she was ready to work and bring transformation to the city. Meanwhile, former Mayor Shadreck Tobaiwa was elected deputy mayor and promised to work […]

Zimbabwe’s vice presidents have promised to hit the ground running as government seeks to turnaround the nation’s economy. Vice President Constantino Chiwenga said it would no longer be business as usual. In a separate interview Vice President Kembo Mohadi reiterated President Mnangagwa’s message of focusing more on the economics and less on the politics. He […]

The Masvingo United residents and Ratepayers Alliance has dragged the Masvingo City Council to the Masvingo High Court seeking an order compelling the local authority to restore water supplies to the city. The city has gone for more than a week without running water after two pumps broke down at the city`s water treatment plant […]

The Environmental Management Agency has moved in to enforce the ban on chrome mining along the Zvishavane-Shurugwi after government ordered mining activities to stop after raising concerns of environmental and infrastructure damage. In a telephone interview with YaFM News, Environmental Management Agency Midlands Provincial Education and Publicity Officer, Mr Simon Musasiwa said the miners had previously […]

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has named a seven member commission to investigate the post-election violence that left 6 people dead in Harare on the 1st of August. The commission of inquiry which is made of local, regional and international figures will seek to establish the circumstances that led to the violence, to identify the actors and their […]

Minister of industry and commerce Dr Mike Bimha says local business need to constantly innovate in order to produce quality products. Speaking on the sidelines of the ongoing Harare Agricultural Show, Minister Bimha says there is generally an improvement in the quality of local products. Minister Bimha says procurement of raw materials remains the biggest […]

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been urged to come up with a lean cabinet made up of new faces who will be able to deliver on their mandate. A numbers of people that spoke to YA FM News said they expect the president to set up a government that would come up with solutions to the […]

Gweru Residents and Taxpayers Association says it is working with Gweru City Council in an effort to contain typhoid which hit the city last month. Speaking to YA FM news, the residents association’s spokesperson Cornelius Selipiwe said they have embarked on a training program which will see the city council training residents on health and […]


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