Ministers told not to interfere with procurement processes

A FORENSIC audit into the purchase of Covid-19 materials and medical supplies has commenced, with Cabinet ministers being warned against interfering with procurement in parastatals under their purview. Auditors from…

Zimsec proposes January exam dates

FINAL public examinations for Grade Seven, Ordinary and Advanced Level students, which are normally taken in October and November each year, might be deferred to next year as the Zimbabwe…

More than 105k people arrested for flouting Covid-19 regulations

By Janet Munyaka THE Zimbabwe Republic Police is tightening enforcement of COVID-19 regulations, amid complacency among Zimbabweans. By mid-morning this Saturday the Zimbabwe Republic Police had arrested one hundred and…

“Look beyond local markets”, Industry urged

By ZBC Reporter THE Government has rallied local firms to meet the expectations of the international export market with Kariba -based listed crocodile skin processing and exporting company, Padenga Holdings…

Boy (8) killed by an elephant in Muzarabani

By ZBC Reporter A 12-year-old boy from Chadereka area, Muzarabani, is yet to recover from a traumatic experience which saw him surviving an elephant attack that unfortunately claimed the life…

Local contractors on course to meet Beitbridge Highway deadline

By ZBC Reporter CONSTRUCTION work on the Beitbridge- Chirundu Highway is on course with the project expected to be complete by the end of the year, said the Minister Transport…

ZANU PF youths call for plugging of leakages in the mining sector

By ZBC Reporter THE Zanu PF Youth League has rallied behind government’s drive to leverage economic revival on the agriculture and mining sectors. There were several takeaways from the Zanu…

ZRA increases water allocation for power generation at Kariba

By ZBC Reporter THE Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) has increased water allocation for power generation in Zimbabwe and Zambia following improved water inflows into Lake Kariba. In its latest update…

BUSE undertakes goat improvement programme

By ZBC Reporter RTC: Bindura University of Science Education (BUSE) has invested in an ambitious goat breeding project meant to improve local breeds and help farmers go commercial. One hundred…

Fertiliser duty exemption to boost production, Farmers

By ZBC Reporter FARMERS have welcomed the announcement of free import duty on top dressing fertiliser, saying it will ensure sufficient supplies that should translate into increased agricultural production. The…