Energy ministry secretary Gloria Magombo said that African nations, including Zimbabwe, should participate in the value chain for renewable energy technology to support the expansion of their economies. Renewable energy technologies include biofuels, solar, wind, and hydro.
Currently, African nations are the end customers of renewable energy technology products, even … Read More
The construction of a third bridge across the Limpopo at Beitbridge between Zimbabwe and South Africa has been approved by Cabinet, as the Government moves a gear up to ensure that required infrastructure is always in place for the rapidly growing regional and international trade in line with its ease … Read More
Shelter Afrique has availed a US$25 million loan to the Government of Zimbabwe for affordable housing.
Addressing a press conference in Harare yesterday after a meeting with the Ministry of National Housing and Social Amenities, banks, building societies, and housing co-operatives, Shelter Afrique managing director Mr Thierno Habib Hann said … Read More
Zimbabwe Government is aiming at achieving world-class standards when it comes to waste management, an official has said.
Environment Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu made the revelation during a clean-up exercise in Redcliff. He called for local authorities to set up modern waste management infrastructure to support the dream.
Ndlovu added that … Read More
TSINGSHAN Holdings, which has already poured US$2 billion in investments locally and is currently building the US$1 billion steel plant at Manhidze, near Chivhu, is set to construct a new cargo railway system.
The new line, which is meant to ferry products between Tsingshan’s three subsidiaries in Hwange, Chegutu, and … Read More
Zimbabwe Govt. is to set up a solar energy project for civil servants to use for domestic consumption as it moves to ameliorate the power supply challenges currently being faced in the country and the region.
The project mooted way back in 2020, will be coordinated by the Public Service … Read More
Energy minister Soda Zhemu has said the nation is embroiled in a funding crisis that has made it impossible to swiftly ease the ongoing power blackouts.
Speaking to the media on the current power crisis, Zhemu said the current average daily demand is around 1600 megawatts against a total available … Read More
Zimbabwean industries have approached the government intending to find solutions to the prevailing power shortages which are threatening to cripple their operations and stifle the country’s economic growth.
The country is experiencing serious power outages which have left both industry and commerce and domestic consumers in the dark for long … Read More
The Ministry of Finance says the country’s infrastructure and utility development funding was constrained, prompting the government to engage the pan-African infrastructure investment platform, Africa50, for assistance on innovative financing options.
Addressing a press conference, Deputy Finance Minister, Clemence Chiduwa, said the country’s current financial requirements for infrastructure development were … Read More
The governments of Zimbabwe and Zambia are holding a validation workshop on the policy, legal and regulatory framework for the establishment of the agro-industrial park between the two countries.
The two countries signed a memorandum of understanding last year for the establishment of the agro-industrial park and today’s meeting is … Read More
Zimbabwe is currently facing acute power shortages which have led to supply being limited to less than 12 hours per day in some areas. In its Q1 trading period to May, the group said the quality of the network had been heavily compromised as a result.
“Persistent national grid power … Read More
Another day, yet another developmental milestone in the short, but developing hyperactivity life of the New Dispensation. At this rate, very soon we will start losing count or get tired of counting because of the fast rate at which developmental programs are being initiated.
The Second Republic has brought a … Read More
Construction of the Museum of African Liberation has commenced in Harare. The monument is a dedication to all fallen veterans of the continent’s liberation wars and is meant to document wars fought in Africa in its quest for self-governance.
Addressing journalists, pan African think tank, and Institute of African Knowledge … Read More
Construction of major roads linking Bulawayo with Nkayi and Tsholotsho districts has gathered momentum as the Second Republic steps up efforts towards completing outstanding major infrastructure development projects in Matabeleland.
Developing sound road infrastructure is one of the critical enablers towards achieving set targets under the National Development Strategy (NDS1), … Read More
Construction of Liberation Mall has kick-off At the African Museum Site in Zimbabwe. The mall is being built through a partnership between the National Social Security Authority (NSSA) and the Institute of African Liberation (INSTAK).
Speaking during the ground-breaking ceremony yesterday, Public Service, Labour, and Social Welfare Minister Professor Paul … Read More
South African company contracted to construct a multi-dollar Egodini Mall in Bulawayo has failed to meet the deadline for the completion of a taxi rank and informal traders’ stalls again. The project was supposed to be completed by the end of April this year.
In 2016, the Bulawayo City Council … Read More
The Zimbabwe National Roads Authority (ZINARA) has hiked toll fees by 73% in line with obtaining exchange rate dynamics.
The developments are in line with recent fluctuations of the Zimbabwean dollar on the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) foreign exchange auction platform, which saw the value of the local currency … Read More