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Mulk misleads President, falls out favour

By Staff Writer Controvesial businessman Mulk is in the eye of a storm amid allegations of misleading President Emmerson Mnangagwa that he has the capacity to build the new city.…

Govt urged to adopt strong remittance policy

By ETimes HARARE – Zimbabwe received remittances amounting to US$1,17 billion from the diaspora community in the first nine months of 2023, up 8 percent compared to the same period…

Bank employees fingered in externalization scam

BY Newsday Zimbabwe Employees at Ecobank’s Borrowdale branch in Harare allegedly facilitated the illegal transfer of large sums of money by controversial Chinese businesswoman Li Song to her offshore accounts,NewsDay…

Government urged to adopt strong remittance policy

By ETimes HARARE – Zimbabwe received remittances amounting to US$1,17 billion from the diaspora community in the first nine months of 2023, up 8 percent compared to the same period…

Is overregulation going to kill the underground economy?

By ETimes Treasury has developed a number of initiatives through Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) in an attempt to compel the usage of Zimbabwean dollar in the market, given that stores…

Judge throws out Chishawasha villagers’ appeal

By Staff Writer A HIGH court judge has struck off the roll an application by some villagers in Chishawasha seeking to stop the urbanisation process taking place in the area…

Innocent Java not just sings he is the song

By Staff Writer IN a long time, no singer has managed to bring out the true definition of gospel music as a style – that is Christian music which is…

TelOne ex-MD Mutasa appointed new chair of Mutapa Investment Fund

By ETimes Zimbabwe government on Monday named top-level executive and former TelOne managing director Chipo Mutasa as the chair of the Mutapa Investment Fund’s seven-member board. The appointment comes barely…

PPC Zimbabwe’s 30 MW solar PV plant ready for construction

By ETimes HARARE – Pretoria Portland Cement (PPC) says electrical energy performance at its Bulawayo and Harare milling facilities for the year ended 31 March 2023 (FY23), regressed owing to…

Makamure tribunal delivers report

By Staff Writer President Mnangagwa is expected to determine the fate of suspended Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission Commissioner John Makamure after a tribunal set up to inquire into his suitability to…