Posted on August 8, 2019

Samkeliso Ncube

IOM Pledges Continued support for Migration Management in Zimbabwe

By Rodney Ruwende The International Organisation on Migration (IOM) has reaffirmed its continued support to the Government on migration management in Zimbabwe.  In his remarks at the quarterly Inter-Ministerial Committee Meeting on Migration (IMCM) held in Harare recently, Mr. Mario Lito Malanca the IOM Zimbabwe Chief of Mission expressed his organisation’s commitment to strengthening the […]

Posted on August 7, 2019

Samkeliso Ncube

UN LAUNCHES REVISED ZIMBABWE HUMANITARIAN APPEAL

The United Nations (UN) Resident Coordinator for Zimbabwe Mr Bishow Parajuli says the International organization is committed to working with the Government and other development and humanitarian partners to support the most vulnerable people with humanitarian, resilience-building and development assistance. Speaking at the launch of the Revised Zimbabwe Humanitarian Appeal in Harare yesterday, Mr Parajuli […]

Posted on August 7, 2019

Samkeliso Ncube

Update on VP Chiwenga’s health

The President, E.D Mnangagwa said medical experts attending to Vice President Constantino Chiwenga have completed extensive tests that will pave way for his actual treatment. In a statement yesterday, President Mnangagwa informed the nation that  VP Chiwenga is in a stable condition. “Further to my communication last month updating the nation on the condition of […]

Posted on August 5, 2019

Samkeliso Ncube

JUST IN: Willard Manyengavana dies

Willard Manyengavana, the chairman of IFA Northern Region  has died. He collapsed during a gym session at Colcom gym this morning.  He fell in the gym doing during an aerobics class and was rushed to the Avenues Clinics where he was pronounced dead. Manyengavana was part of the Premier Soccer League executive and became Caps […]

Posted on August 3, 2019

Samkeliso Ncube

ZERA adjusts Fuel prices

  ZERA has made fuel price adjustment which left diesel price at ZWL$9.06 and petrol at ZWL $9.01. Diesel is now expensive than petrol for the first time in Zimbabwe. ZERA explained that fuel price adjustment was led by the increase in transportation costs and the revised duty regime under SI161 OF 2019