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Speaking on the sidelines of a business leaders’ summit recently Pan African Leadership and Entrepreneurship Center Director of Administration and Planning Dr Ayanlola Ayanyimika said Zimbabwe should tell a good story about itself to the international community to enhance its image as an investment destination. He added that Zimbabwe needs to do more in marketing […]

Addressing Youths yesterday, ZANU PF Deputy Secretary for Youths Affairs Lewis Matutu said  youths should expose corrupt officials in different organizations and government departments as corruption hampers the country’s economic recovery efforts. Government is set to open Anti-Corruption Courts in the country’s ten province to deal with corruption cases as soon as they are reported […]

Passenger Association of Zimbabwe has applauded ZUPCO’s reduction of transport fares to cushion commuters and save them from the exorbitant prices being charged by private transport operators. Passenger Association of Zimbabwe (PAZ), President, Tafadzwa Goliath said this will reduce transport costs for workers who travel to and from work on daily basis. He also said […]

AND IN THE ARTS… As Zimbabwe commemorates National Culture week Female musicians have condemned cyber-bullying and the abuse which have forced some artists to give up. In an interview NAMA Award winning gospel musician Respina Patai, popularly known as Mai Patai, says musicians are constantly being cyber-bullied by social media users. She revealed that she was […]

THE Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) has gazetted new maximum retail prices of fuel reflecting average increases of 46 percent for blend petrol and 49 percent for diesel, with the new prices effective from today. In a statement ZERA said the new prices were premised on the interbank market rate and will see a liter […]

Government says provision of mining equipment will help artisanal miners to graduate to become small scale miners. Addressing miners at Pablo Milling Center in Shurugwi the minister of state for Midlands Senator Larry Mavhima said capacitation of artisanal miners is key for improvement of small scale mining activities. Great Dyke News reporter Savemore Sithole spoke […]

CZI President Sifelani Jabangwe said the current fuel situation has affected business immensely. In an interview former minister of Finance Tendai Biti called on government to liberalize the importation of fuel. Earlier in the year government allowed manufacturing and and production companies as well as mines to start importing their own fuel. The Zimbabwe Miners […]

In an interview Anglo-American Zimbabwean operations Unki Mines Chairman James Maphosa said Unki Mines last year alone paid $US25 million tax to the Zimbabwean treasury. The Shurugwi based miner last year injected $10 million into the Shurugwi Community Share Ownership Trust. Chief Nhema of Shurugwi had this to say.

Zimbabwe Republic Police, ZRP says parents should have housemaids and other domestic helpers vetted by law enforcement to ensure their children and properties are in safe hands. ZRP Gweru Rural Community Relations Officer Assistant Inspector Kumbirai Nyoni said parents should not employ people without researching more about them. Last month two Bulawayo maids were arrested for […]

Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) says the decentralization of labor court to provinces and districts will go a long way in ensuring that there is no backlog of labor cases. In a telephone interview with Great Dyke News reporter Takudzwa Mahove ZCTU Zvishavane District Secretary Justice Matsveru said the current situation is disadvantaging workers. […]


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