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Harare council needs $45 million each month for water chemicals

Harare mayor Herbert Gomba has said the local authority needs $45m per month to buy water chemicals and other things to produce water. The council is struggling to supply clean water to the residents. “Council needs $45m each month to buy water chemicals and other things to produce water for a month and all residents are able to pay is ...

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AirZim receives new Boeing 777 from Malaysia

AIR ZIMBABWE has received a new plane Boeing B777 in a development that is part of the government’s ongoing plans to resuscitate the airline. Three more planes are set to arrive in the following weeks. Speaking this Monday on the arrival of the new Boeing which was brought by the Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Development, Joe Biggie Matiza from ...

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fastjet launches Bulawayo-Joburg flight

LOW-COST airline, Fastjet, yesterday officially launched its Bulawayo-Johannesburg flight, which is expected to increase capacity utilisation of the Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo International Airport and enhance business linkages. The new direct route from the City of Kings provides a full day link between the two cities, with convenient morning and evening flights from Bulawayo to Johannesburg, and vice versa – everyday ...

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EcoCash working to clear customer queries

As EcoCash services get back to normal, the company says it is now working to clear customer queries. “I am pleased to say that transactions on our new EcoCash platform are now going through normally,” said Mr Eddie Chibi, the CEO of EcoCash’s parent company Cassava Smartech Zimbabwe. “We are however currently seized with clearing a backlog of transactions, particularly ...

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Govt opens help desk for small-scale miners

MINES minister Winston Chitando has revealed that government has opened a special department in the Mines ministry to deal with issues relating to small-scale miners, popularly known as makorokoza. “We are glad to announce that my ministry has opened what we call the small-scale miners desk,” Chitando said at the just-ended Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) annual conference in Gweru. “This ...

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Workz & Econet ready to bring eSIM to Zimbabwe

Dublin/Dubai – Today, mobile and IoT solutions provider Workz Group and Econet Zimbabwe announced a deal that will see them offer Zimbabwean subscribers network connectivity via embedded SIM devices such as the iPhone XS/XR/11 and Microsoft Surface Pro X. Users will now be able to connect to Econet’s network without a physical SIM. The announcement follows the completion of successful ...

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Confusion over ‘new currency’

CONFUSION reigns supreme ahead of the introduction of new coins and bank notes of the Zimbabwe dollar with the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) yesterday releasing a statement that it will be injecting new two dollar bond coins into circulation by November 11 instead of $2 coins. In a public notice, RBZ governor John Mangudya said the $2 coins will ...

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Fresh jobs scandal rocks Mpilo

The Mpilo Hospital board is investigating the circumstances surrounding the alleged imposition of principal nursing officer (PNO) by the government while interviews were being held to fill the vacant position, it has been revealed. Mpilo officials recently advertised for the post that fell vacant in January 2018 and held interviews at Ingutsheni Hospital, but before they could conclude the process ...

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RBZ must get its act together

IF there is any institution in the land requiring everyone’s unwavering support at this critical point in the life of our troubled nation, it is the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ), as it painstakingly tries to navigate the economy through the treacherous financial rapids. The monetary authorities need unbridled goodwill in order for their interventions to work. While we remain ...

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Zimbabwe allowed to trade elephants

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