Gvt sweet-talks jumpy investors

THE government has told nervous investors that the country remained a safe destination for business, notwithstanding the chaos that was caused by last week’s suspension of trading on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE), the Daily News…

‘No US dollar salary, no work’  

This comes as the Health Apex Council met with the government in the Bipartite Negotiating Panel on Tuesday, where the government indicated that there would be no salary increase for the health workers for the next three months given that…

Covid-19 measures further relaxed

INFORMATION minister Monica Mutsvangwa yesterday revealed that Cabinet has relaxed the coronavirus (Covid-19) mitigation measures and approved the re-opening of safari operations for local hunting and for restaurants to serve sit-in meals…

Concern as vendors invade Harare CBD

ZIMBABWE Human Rights NGO Forum (the Forum) has raised concern over the increase in informal traders in Harare’s Central Business District (CBD) who are not adhering to coronavirus (Covid-19) regulations, saying this could increase the rate…

Zim’s Covid-19 war gets big lift

THE government has received a major boost in its fight against the lethal coronavirus following significant personal protective equipment (PPE) donations by the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef), the Daily News reports.

UNDP rehabilitates informal markets

THE United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in partnership with the Harare City Council, the government and civil society organisations is rehabilitating informal markets in Harare’s suburbs to benefit 20 000 traders.

ED extols US, Donald Trump

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has praised United States President Donald Trump for allowing an American company to supply farming equipment to Zimbabwe in support of the country’s agricultural mechanisation programme, the Daily News reports.

Zim embassy reopens in SA

ZIMBABWE’S consulate in Johannesburg, South Africa, has resumed the issuance of Temporary Travel Documents (TTDs) and repatriation certificates which had been suspended owing to a coronavirus (Covid-19) suspected case at the consulate’s…

Panicky retailers reject bond notes

PANICKY retailers and suppliers have started rejecting coins, $2 and $5 bond notes as the local currency continues to collapse on the country’s active black market, demanding, instead, to be paid in the much more stable United States (US)…