Salaries showdown looms

A SHOWDOWN is looming between the government and its workers after the Labour ministry gazetted Statutory Instrument 81 of 2020, which pegged the minimum wage at an equivalent amount of US$100.

President okays US dollar use

©️ PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has gazetted Statutory Instrument 85/20, which will allow citizens and businesses to charge goods and services using the United States (US) dollar as part of combating the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19).

Man jumps 10 floors to his death

A 29-YEAR-OLD man allegedly committed suicide by jumping from the 10th floor building in Harare’s Central Business District (CBD), the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) confirmed yesterday. Police spokesperson Paul Nyathi confirmed the…

Cops set up Covid-19 reaction teams

THE Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has set up reaction teams in various provinces and districts that will help in enforcing the ban on public gatherings of over 50 people, following revelations that a number of bars in high density suburbs…

Govt gets tough on coronavirus

AS THE country reels from the effects of the deadly coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, including misinformation on social media — Health minister Obadiah Moyo, pictured, is mulling passing a raft of regulations that will see peddlers of…

USA prepares to evacuate citizens

©️ AS THE deadly coronavirus (Covid-19) sweeps across the globe with confirmed cases in Zimbabwe, Western countries like the United States are preparing to evacuate their citizens who are stuck in the country, the Daily News can report.

Mohadi loses court case

VICE President Kembo Mohadi has lost a bid to have his ex-wife Tambudzani ordered to pay over $400 000 to him for failing to take custody of cattle which were awarded to her when the two officially parted ways in March last year.

Buyanga ruling ‘changes the law’

A HIGH Court ruling — in a case pitting businessman Frank Buyanga Sadiqi against Chantelle Muteswa — annulling a common law practice entrusting mothers with the sole custodianship of minor children born out of wedlock has changed the law.

Kasukuwere seeks judge’s recusal

FORMER Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere’s lawyers have written to the registrar of the High Court, Don Ndirowei, seeking to have the politician’s matter — in which he is demanding an order directing the State to release his…