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June 13, 2018 5:44 PM Religious leaders hold sway over politicians

A recent survey by the Mass Public Opinion Institute (Mpoi) and Afrobarometer has revealed that most Zimbabweans trust religious leaders and place the military and police ahead of politicians although they say the two agencies must stay out of politics. According to the survey 67 percent of people interviewed trust religious leaders, 55 percent the army, 50 percent 31

June 11, 2018 6:04 AM Ziscosteel sale awaits shareholder approval

Shareholders of the Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company (Ziscosteel), will hold an extraordinary general meeting on June 28, to approve a transaction that will see the steelmaker’s assets sold to Chinese investor Tian Li (Hong Kong) Limited. Approval of the transaction will bring into effect the revival of the country’s largest steelmaker, which closed shop in 2008 after 30

June 7, 2018 10:54 AM TelOne switches area codes

State-owned telecommunications company, TelOne, is changing all area codes and modifying telephone numbers as the implementation of the $98 million national broadband project nears completion. In a statement yesterday, TelOne said the area codes have been reduced from 195 to just 20 in line with the International Telecommunication Union regulations 2

May 25, 2018 10:57 AM OK profits up 174,6pc

Listed retailer OK Zimbabwe’s profits went up by 174,6 percent to $16,6 million in the full year to March 31, 2018 from $6,1 million in prior year due to improved sales. The group’s chairperson David Lake yesterday said the strong growth reported at half -year continued through to the end of the financial year. “The group delivered a significantly improved 52

May 21, 2018 1:34 PM Victory for Mbada – Nehanda Radio

The Supreme Court has shut the door on the government-owned Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) after throwing out its appeal, in which it challenged a High Court order barring it from selling diamonds belonging to Grandwell Holdings (Grandwell) in the Chiadzwa mining fields. The Supreme Court order comes after Grandwell, which is represented 42

May 17, 2018 7:42 AM WHO bans hot chips – Nehanda Radio

The World Health Organisation has banned industrially produced chips and other fatty fried foods from the global food supply to eliminate the risk of non communicable diseases that are killing millions of people around the world every year. The foods make up the bulk of an average working person’s meals, especially lunch. The WHO has petitioned governments 38

May 11, 2018 7:16 AM Fidelity earns $23,4m from stand sales

Diversified insurance group, Fidelity Life Assurance of Zimbabwe realised $23,4 million from sale of stands at its Southview Park project in the financial year 2017. According to the group’s financial results for the year to December 31, 2017, this was a 4 percent decline from prior year’s $24,2 million. “Sales of stands for the Southview Park project 30

May 9, 2018 12:08 PM MDC ring-fences constituencies for youths

The mainstream MDC has called to order senior party members who are eyeing constituencies that have been reserved for members of its youth assembly. The party has reserved at least 20 percent of the contested seats, at both local authority and parliamentary levels, for young people. But with elections fast approaching around July/August this year, senior 24

May 2, 2018 7:51 AM Government allays ARVs shortage fears

Government yesterday assured people on antiretroviral therapy that there are sufficient supplies of the treatment in the country. Over one million people are on ARVs in the country. In a statement, the Ministry of Health and Child Care dismissed reports suggesting a shortage. “There have been recent media reports alluding to clients on antiretroviral 43

May 1, 2018 5:11 PM Wife demands 40 % hubby’s retirement package

A former Delta Beverages employee has been dragged to court by his wife who is demanding 40 percent of his retirement package and pension as spousal maintenance. Bulawayo magistrate Ms Sthembiso Ncube heard that Siso Sibanda was in arrears for the maintenance of his wife, Mrs Tedy Gareth Sibanda. The amount Sibanda owed could not be established as the two seemed 41