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Zim sets aside $33.6b for roads rehabilitation

Sydney Kawadza Government has set aside $33.6 billion for the rehabilitation of approximately 10 000 kilometres of Zimbabwe’s roads which have been severely dilapidated over...

Independence Celebrations go virtual

Sharon Chikwanha Zimbabwe's 41st Independence Celebrations will be held virtually as government moves to curtail the spread of the deadly COVID-19 virus. Government has organised a...

COVID-19: Treasury cleared to procure five million vaccines

Nyasha Kunyiswa Government has cleared Treasury to procure five million more doses of COVID-19 vaccines as it accelerates the inoculation of its citizen against the...

Govt reviews passport fees

Staff Writer Government has reviewed passport fees with Zimbabweans now expected to fork out at least US$60 for an ordinary passport. Addressing journalists in Harare after...

20 000 households facing displacement in Zimbabwe

Staff Writer At least 20 000 households are facing displacement across Zimbabwe forcing government to look for alternative relocation areas for the affected families. Addressing journalists...

COVID-19: Govt, council employees to return to work

Reason Razao Government and local authority offices will now be open for business as authorities start opening up the country from an indefinite COVID-19 national...

Disability Bill on the cards

Davison Kaiyo Representatives of people living with disabilities have hailed Cabinet approval of the Disability Policy that will see Zimbabwe enacting laws empowering them as...

Gvt digs in on COVID-19 vaccines

Staff Writer Government has stuck its guns on the COVID-19 vaccine saying it would not succumb to external pressure in the procurement of the inoculants...

New journalists’ accreditation fees gazetted

Davison Kaiyo Government has gazetted registration and accreditation fees for journalists with the charges going up as much as 900 percent. The ZMC immediately announced that...

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