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November 16, 2018 8:21 PM Charm money turns into problem snake

A Binga man who was troubled by a snake with supernatural powers that he got from an inyanga heaved a sigh of relief when it was killed by a local prophet. Zaman Mwembe (35) and his wife Cationer Ncube (26) from Mucheso Ward in Binga have been leading a poor life. In a bid to escape poverty Mwembe approached an inyanga from Malawi. The inyanga gave him muthi 5

November 15, 2018 6:32 AM Mimosa to up production

Zvishavane-based platinum mine, Mimosa, is set to increase its production to 270 000 tonnes per month from 230 000 tonnes which the company is producing. In an interview during a media tour of the mine on Monday, Mimosa manager Mr Lloyd Shamu said the company was set to increase its production capacity in the next few months. Mr Shamu said the company 10

November 13, 2018 5:18 PM Debt-ridden AirZim invites investors

Air Zimbabwe is inviting tenders from interested parties to invest in the stuttering airline. In a notice published yesterday, Air Zimbabwe Holdings administrator Reggie Saruchera said that interested bidders were to lodge their bids with Grant Thornton Chartered Accountants. “Tenders are hereby invited from interested parties to invest in Air Zimbabwe 12

November 8, 2018 9:33 AM Kidnapped children released in Cameroon, two teachers held

All 79 children and a driver kidnapped in west Cameroon were free on Wednesday, but a principal and one teacher are still being held by the armed men that took them, a priest conducting negotiations said. The group was abducted on Monday in Bamenda, a commercial hub of Cameroon’s restive English-speaking region, according to military and government sources 10

November 1, 2018 7:40 PM Mnangagwa says Australian firm finds oil, gas in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa said on Thursday that Australia’s Invictus Energy had found oil and gas deposits in the northern Muzarabani area of the country. Invictus Energy has agreed to enter a production sharing arrangement with Zimbabwe once the project reaches commercial production, Mnangagwa said. “Government of Zimbabwe will work very closely 31

October 28, 2018 5:30 AM $15 million needed for air traffic control systems

About $15 million is needed to re-equip the country’s air traffic communications and surveillance systems so as to enhance the safety and efficient movement of aeroplanes, an official said. In an interview with Sunday Business, Air Traffic Controllers Association of Zimbabwe (Atcaz) president Mr Evans Makuku said most of the country’s aviation communication 18

October 27, 2018 1:56 AM King Lobengula’s statue to be erected at Egodini Mall

King Lobengula’s statue will be erected at the entrance of the planned $60 million Egodini Mall in Bulawayo to honour his legacy. The statue, according to South African contractor, Tearracotta Private Limited (TPL), will be erected at the main entrance of the mall which will be situated at Corner Leopold Takawira and Lobengula Street. Thulani Moyo, TPL director 19

October 26, 2018 12:40 PM French court says Sarkozy should be tried over campaign funding

A French appeals court has ruled that former President Nicolas Sarkozy should answer charges of illicit financing of his failed 2012 election campaign, the latest in a string of legal proceedings likely to see him face trial. Sarkozy, 63, will appeal the decision before France’s court of final appeal, his lawyers said on Thursday. It is one of several 17

October 23, 2018 4:12 PM Doctors demand to be paid in US$

Doctors are demanding to be paid their salaries in United States dollars to cushion themselves from rampaging inflation. At the same time, the doctors have implored government to declare the situation in the health sector a state of emergency to enable it to seek aid from international partners. In a letter to Health Services Board (HSB) chairperson 16

October 23, 2018 12:23 AM Zisco $1bn deal back on track

The Government said yesterday it has decided to put back on track the proposed $1 billion investment in the Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company by a Chinese investor. Industry and Commerce Minister Nqobizita Mangaliso Ndlovu said he was hoping his visit to China next week would help tie up loose ends on the deal. Last month, Minister Ndlovu told a business 12