Church Key to Zimbabwe’s Reform Agenda

Zimbabwe’s new dispensation agenda to institute political reforms is underpinned by the role of the church to facilitate dialogue among parties, diplomatic and governance experts say. In a study conducted by the South African Institute…

Mliswa Backs 31 July Protests

Outspoken, Norton independent legislature Temba Mliswa has endorsed the 31 July demonstration against corruption saying it resonates with he has been pushing for in parliament though he castigated citizens for being passive and reluctant to…

RBZ Pays Part Of Rio Zim Debt

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) through its wholly owned gold purchasing subsidiary, Fidelity Printers and Refiners has paid part of the debt due to gold producer; Rio Zim but the miner insists the installment is rather “insignificant’.…

Farmers bemoaning mobile money ban

COTTON growers have criticised the government for its abrupt ban on bulk mobile money transfers, saying this will derail their operations as payments are now taking longer at a time the rate of inflation is galloping. By Moses Matenga…
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