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  • Ivory sales by Zimbabwe and Namibia could ‘create demand spike’

    Tuesday, 17 May 2016 CHANNELZIM

    In early May, the governments of Zimbabwe and Namibia took the unusual step of petitioning the Convention on the International Trade of Endangered Species (Cites) to remove their elephants from Cites...

  • Minister Defends War Vets’ Indaba Extravagance

    Tuesday, 17 May 2016 CHANNELZIM

    War Veterans minister Tshinga Dube (pictured) has called on opposition parties and critics, who have hit out at his ministry for spending $2 million in just under three hours at a meeting with...

  • Japan Promises Rescue Package To Zimbabwe

    Tuesday, 17 May 2016 CHANNELZIM

    HARARE – The Japanese government is working on a rescue package for Zimbabwe to help feed millions of villagers who face a critical food shortage owing to the El Nino-induced drought that has...

  • Technology not a saviour to ZIM Print industry

    Wednesday, 11 May 2016 Radio Dialogue

    Technology is no saviour to Zimbabwe’s print industry, as few people buy newspapers preferring to access news from mobile phones, a situation that has resulted in a decline of newspaper sales, a...

  • Bond notes to spur job creation

    Wednesday, 11 May 2016 Radio Dialogue

    Bulawayo based economist with the Institute of Development Studies, Dr Nqobizitha Dube says the bond note will generate employment opportunities as people will be supporting local products and...

  • Is Zimbabwe Parliament Playing Oversight Role in Introduction of Bond Notes?

    Wednesday, 11 May 2016 VOA Studio 7

    WASHINGTON — The proposed introduction of bond notes by the Zimbabwe Central Bank chief to solve the cash crunch and stimulate the economy has taken a new twist with some legal experts calling the...

  • Opposition Parties Chide ZEC Over Rigging

    Wednesday, 11 May 2016 CHANNELZIM

    HARARE - Despite efforts to clean its image following successive disputed polls it has presided over, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) is yet to win the hearts of the country’s opposition...

  • Dithering Broadcasters To Lose Licences - MP

    Wednesday, 11 May 2016 Radio VOP

    CHINHOYI - Government may soon be forced to revoke radio licenses issued to some prospective commercial radio broadcasters who are still yet to start operating, a parliament portfolio committee...

  • Zimbabwe deports 13 SA-bound Ugandans

    Thursday, 05 May 2016 CHANNELZIM

    Bulawayo - Zimbabwean authorities have deported at least 13 SA-bound Ugandans after they entered the southern African country illegally, a report on Wednesday said. According to the...

  • Zimbabwe Minister: Watch Out for Human Trafficking Syndicates

    Thursday, 05 May 2016 VOA Studio 7

    WASHINGTON — Zimbabwe’s Social Welfare Minister Prisca Mupfumira has cautioned young women and girls who receive employment offers in various countries to exercise due diligence before accepting such...

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