ZIM SLIDING BACK TO 2008 : ZANU PF MP

ZANU PF legislator and Zimbabwe Cross-Border Traders’
Association (ZCBTA) chairperson, Killer Zivhu has slammed the move by the
Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to introduce bureau de changes, saying this will
encourage parallel market activities and t…

ZANU PF legislator and Zimbabwe Cross-Border Traders’ Association (ZCBTA) chairperson, Killer Zivhu has slammed the move by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to introduce bureau de changes, saying this will encourage parallel market activities and take the country back to the 2008 era. RBZ governor John Mangudya last week announced a new monetary policy that allows banks to trade United

ED’S RTGS DOLLAR TO LAST FOR SIX MONTHS

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa, using the Presidential
(Temporary Measures) Powers Act, introduced a virtual currency, the real-time
gross settlement systems (RTGS) dollar, which will remain legal tender for six
months if it’s not made substantive thro…

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa, using the Presidential (Temporary Measures) Powers Act, introduced a virtual currency, the real-time gross settlement systems (RTGS) dollar, which will remain legal tender for six months if it’s not made substantive through an Act of Parliament. The Presidential Powers (Temporary Measures) allow the President to introduce legally binding laws in an emergency

Latest on Zim man who was ‘resurrected’ by pastor Alph Lukau, Zim embassy sets the record straight

GOVERNMENT yesterday dismissed claims that a Zimbabwean man was “resurrected” by a controversial pastor in South Africa as his body was being brought home, saying no repatriation papers had been processed to support the claims. Zimbabwe’s Consul Genera…

GOVERNMENT yesterday dismissed claims that a Zimbabwean man was “resurrected” by a controversial pastor in South Africa as his body was being brought home, saying no repatriation papers had been processed to support the claims. Zimbabwe’s Consul General to South Africa Mr Batiraishe Mukonoweshuro set the record straight in an interview with The Chronicle following […]

GOVT TO BAN FRIDGES, WASHING MACHINES

THE Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) is set to
impose a ban on the use of energy-guzzling appliances, a move that could leave
many families without their most treasured household electrical gadgets.

Zera is government’s energy regulator…

THE Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (Zera) is set to impose a ban on the use of energy-guzzling appliances, a move that could leave many families without their most treasured household electrical gadgets. Zera is government’s energy regulator. Speaking during a stakeholders’ workshop in Bulawayo yesterday, engineer Samuel Zaranyika said the ban of heavy energy consuming appliances would

SLAIN FOOTBALLER’S FAMILY TO SUE GOVT

 THE family of the
late Chitungwiza footballer Kelvin Choto, who was allegedly shot by security
forces during last month’s protests against fuel price hikes, has given notice
to sue government.

Choto’s family is also seeking to force the State to

 THE family of the late Chitungwiza footballer Kelvin Choto, who was allegedly shot by security forces during last month’s protests against fuel price hikes, has given notice to sue government. Choto’s family is also seeking to force the State to release various critical documents that can reveal the truth about his death. Choto was among the 17 people killed by State security agents