The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has started taking note of complaints by the public against officers mounting fake roadblocks and pretending to enforce Covid-19 restrictions, when all they want are bribes, or driving around in cars without number plates pretending they can jail you for a trivial traffic offence, but a bribe will sort everything out.
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SPANISH La Liga club Real Betis will launch the first Betis Academy in Africa, in Zimbabwe this year, in one of the biggest developments in local football for years.
Banks must enable civil servants and pensioners to spend their US dollar Covid-19 allowances in shops by ensuring they have foreign currency accounts and the required debit cards.
A driver and an armed guard delivering cash to Mukuru money transfer agency in Gokwe area allegedly snatched US$306 000 in cash on Wednesday and are now on the run, police report.
Zimbabwe is not on the agenda of the Sadc summit to be held next Monday, neither is it up for discussion at the African Union (AU), since there is no crisis to warrant its placement on anyone’s agenda, Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa said yesterday.
Maize production is to be boosted by an additional one million tonnes a year within three years through the development of 100 000 hectares of new irrigated land under the Agriculture Recovery Plan in the Bulawayo Kraal Irrigation Scheme in Binga, Masvingo and at Kanyemba, with both Government and the private sector being involved.
The Zimbabwe dollar eased 2.6 percent in the eighth foreign currency auction held yesterday to a weighted average of $82.56:US$1, confirming the growing stability in exchange rates and resultant prices that the auction process has already brought about, and for the first time, all valid bids were allotted in full.
POLICE and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) have launched a countrywide probe on companies operating suspected Ponzi schemes in urban centres in breach of the Banking Act.
POLICE have intercepted 34 suspected border jumpers and arrested two haulage truck drivers on allegations of smuggling bales of clothes, electrical gadgets, skin lightening creams and various prohibited drugs worth over $15 million.