Schools, colleges and universities will no longer be used as Covid-19 quarantine centres for returnees since they will soon partially re-open, while hundreds of buses and kombis have joined the Zupco fleet to ease transport challenges.
Customs duty on imported wheat flour and maize meal has been suspended for six months from 22 May to 21 November in terms of regulations gazetted yesterday by Minister of Finance and Economic Development Prof Mthuli Ncube.
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) acted within its mandate when it suspended EcoCash mobile money agents from conducting financial transactions to curb abuse, the High Court has ruled, and so there can be no interdict stopping it from doing so.
AT least 16 registered companies were caught short-changing consumers by selling underweight goods, mainly bread and meat but in two cases maize meal, in the first quarter of this year with seven cases having been referred for prosecution while the rest can escape with warnings or spot fines.
A Bindura man who swindled a Singapore investor, Ramason Bupendra of mine machinery worth US$500 000 has been sentenced to an effective seven years in prison.
Former Sunday Mail Business Editor Augustine Dalubuhle Moyo has died.
In the face of crippling water woes in most parts of Harare and erratic provision of clean water from the Harare City Council, a good Samaritan has come to the rescue of residents.
Shelly Guni, H-Metro Reporter A Chitungwiza man allegedly committed suicide at the weekend by hanging himself at church premises. The incident took place at St Mary’s Anglican Parish in Chitungwiza on Sunday. When H-Metro visited the place, the body of the deceased who was identified as Nation Pfunhani, a caretaker at the church, was still […]
Prisca Manyiwa. H-Metro Reporter Newly formed national organisation for women called Women Of Zimbabwe (WOZ) is planning digital marketing training for women in business around the country as a way of developing their businesses during the Covid-19 era. The organisation has members in every district in the country led by an administrator who will be […]
Arron Nyamayaro, H-Metro Reporter MOTORISTS yesterday clashed with two police officers at a service station along Leopold Takawira accusing them of using their uniform to disregard the queue to access fuel. One of the police officers arrived at the filling station holding two jerry cans and went straight to the petrol attendant and motorists booed […]