Monthly Archives: March 2017

Sadc set to commission new power projects

Sadc set to commission new power projects

SOUTHERN Africa anticipates to commission new power projects that will add 30 000MW to the region between 2017 and 2022, as countries move to meet overwhelming demand, Energy and Power Development minister, Samuel Undenge said yesterday.

Zimra to step up efforts in revenue collection

Zimra to step up efforts in revenue collection

The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) says it will aggressively seek out arrears from free riders following a 4% increase in gross revenue collections to $264,79 million in January.

Early football feast for Zvishavane fans

Early football feast for Zvishavane fans

CENTRAL Region Premiership sides FC Platinum and returnees Shabanie Mine will have a chance to assess their players as well as preparations ahead of the season, when the two sides meet in the CG Msipa Tournament at Maglas Stadium in Zvishavane on Saturday.

Africa’s flamboyant plots Hayatou downfall

Africa’s flamboyant plots Hayatou downfall

The man driving the campaign to unseat longtime African soccer boss Issa Hayatou is a multi-millionaire Zimbabwean property tycoon, who dabbles in politics and was once accused of being a spy.

Langa in court for illegal occupation of farm

Langa in court for illegal occupation of farm

AN INSIZA farmer has taken former Sports minister Andrew Langa and a white farmer to court, over the alleged illegal occupation of a farm he was allocated by the government under the land reform programme.

Presidential primary elections, an idea whose time has comePresidential primary elections, an idea whose time has come

Presidential primary elections, an idea whose time has comePresidential primary elections, an idea whose time has come

Leadership selection must not be the preserve of a few, be they war veterans or party elders. The task must be left to the people. “The People shall govern”, the beginning of the ANC Freedom Charter must be the rallying cry for all who seek public office.

SAA to introduce bigger planes pending demand

SAA to introduce bigger planes pending demand

South African Airways (SAA) became the first airline to fly a wide-bodied plane to Victoria Falls, declaring it would bring a bigger aircraft if demand increases.

City doctor sues Zifa VP Omega Sibanda over debt

City doctor sues Zifa VP Omega Sibanda over debt

ZIMBABWE Football Association (Zifa) vice-president, Omega Sibanda allegedly borrowed over $13 000 from a Bulawayo doctor which he is failing to pay back.

DDF sues Byo housing consortium for  $33 000 debt

DDF sues Byo housing consortium for $33 000 debt

THE District Development Fund (DDF) has sued members of the Bulawayo Homeseekers – Hlalani Kuhle Consortium over a debt of $33 000 arising from the use of its graders, excavators and front-end loaders at their housing project in Cowdray Park.

Govt order local authorities to deny foreigners licences

Govt order local authorities to deny foreigners licences

GOVERNMENT has ordered local authorities to stop granting business licences to foreigners interested in sectors reserved for indigenous entrepreneurs.

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