Government has released over $37 million to Midlands Province for the rehabilitation of roads that were destroyed by heavy rains.
Minister of State for Midlands Provincial Affairs and Devolution Senator Larry Mavima said the money will help rehabilitate the road network in the province, especially in rural areas where some … Read More
Zimbabwe’s Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Prof. Mthuli Ncube publishes an article about his achievements and vision for Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe has turned a corner. And whilst across the world the past year has been focused on closing – from lockdowns to closed borders – Zimbabwe continues to focus on … Read More
Tsingshan Holdings Group Co., the world’s top producer of nickel and stainless steel, will start construction on an iron ore mine and a carbon steel plant in Zimbabwe in May, according to a senior government official.
A fluorite and limestone production plant will also soon be set up, Information … Read More
While other African nations like Nigeria are avoiding the economic and social menace resulting from lockdown restriction, President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa is extending the lockdown in Zimbabwe. Here is a recent tweet from the president;
It is with deep sadness that I today announced that lockdown in Zimbabwe has been … Read More
Here is a recent tweet by President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe. “Last year, President Trump extended painful economic sanctions placed on Zimbabwe, citing concerns about Zimbabwe’s democracy. Yesterday’s events showed that the U.S. has no moral right to punish another nation under the guise of upholding democracy. These sanctions … Read More
THE Batoka Gorge Hydro-Electric Power (BGHES) whose construction is set to begin in 2022 will be a flagship project in southern Africa in terms of international best standards, the Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) has said.
Zimbabwe and Zambia are working towards constructing two power stations on either side of the … Read More
Zimbabwe government has announced it’s plans to invest fund into its public infrastructure next year.
This plan will ensure it’s citizens can participate in Zimbabwe’s social and economic development with investment in energy, transport, water, health, housing, education, ICT and irrigation leading the pack.
The investment plan is under the … Read More
The pandemic has really affected the global and Zimbabwe new parliament building construction is also suffering due to it.
Currently, the project is on halt as Engineers handling the project are stuck in China due to the pandemic.
President Mnangagwa while speaking to journalists said the Chinese experts working on … Read More
President Mnangagwa has commissioned an industrial park established by the Midlands State University (MSU) in Gweru.
The propose of the park is aimed at achieving the Second Republic’s vision of growing the economy.
Meanwhile, the industrial park which is a growth of MSU’s Innovation Hub will employs over 100 people … Read More
Despite the currency crisis and input shortages in Zimbabwe, Caledonia Mining Corporation is signing an MOU agreement to further deepen their investment in the country. In May, Caledonia said it could use some of the extra cash to acquire small brownfield operations in Zimbabwe, as part of a growth strategy … Read More
In a bid to help the housing industry in the nation, Zimbabwe government is looking at the possibility of having a housing program for self-employed individuals.
The program will see those individuals that can repay those loans be part of the scheme.
Speaking during a legislative meeting at the nation’s … Read More
Residents of Hwange community in Zimbabwe has urge Hwange Local Board (HLB) to embrace the illegal brick makers in the community.
For over a decade, the illegal brick makers had been disturbing HLB, but in the past few months it has escalated because of economic hardship and the loss of … Read More
Bulawayo City Council has decided to cut water supply to all residential suburbs according to Town Clerk Christopher Dube
The unprecedented move will likely poised a serious health challenge caught most residents by surprise.
Speaking to the media, Dube said the local authority had been forced to cut supplies for … Read More
Zimbabwe Treasury say the nation has spent US$6 billion on infrastructure development, as at the end of last month, from the US$25 billion that is being mobilised for investments across various capital formation projects and economic enablers.
As we all know, infrastructure is important for faster economic growth and alleviation … Read More
The construction of Chinhoyi’s Judicial Services Commission (JSC) building which began 20years ago is now set for completion.
The project was awarded to a Chinese firm with the Public Works Ministry assigned to help the company complete the project. But it was reported that lack of fund was the major … Read More
Chitungwiza Town Council has ordered the construction of an industrial structure which is been undertaken by MDC vice-chairperson, Job Sikhala to be put on hold.
According to the letter addressed to Sikhala by Chitungwiza acting town clerk, Tonderai Kasu says the legislator is contravening the Regional, Town and City Planning … Read More
The commissioning of Pembi bridge is set to boost the road transport system in Zimbabwe. The US$1.8 million Pembi Bridge will replace the old low lying single-carriage bridge constructed around 1974 that was making road transport very difficult and effectively unfriendly to investment.
Speaking during the commissioning, Vice President Kembo … Read More
As the world shut its borders and cities to curb the pandemic, politicians came into the market square to loot funds meant for palliative and medical supplies. Reports coming out of Zimbabwe, suggest that the Health Minister Obadiah Moyo has been apprehended by police officers on suspicion of his involvement … Read More
Renovation of Parirenyatwa Hospital is making progress but still new more manpower. The hospital which is currently been used as a COVID19 treatment center needs more workers to help speed up progress and meet the target as the pandemic keeps on spreading.
Speaking to the media, Defence and War Veterans … Read More
Plans are in motion for the upgrading of the Morton Jaffray water treatment plant in Harare, Zimbabwe. The plant was shut down on 30th April 2020 to undergo the much needed upgrade.
According to Corporate and communications manager Michael Chideme, the upgrade will have the temporary shutdown from 4pm to … Read More