Tuesday , November 20 2018


Kombi fares to rise by 100%

Clive Makumbe Commuter operators in Gweru have bemoaned the spike of fuel prices and erratic shortages of fuel which might force them to increase the current price of commuting from $0.50 to $0.60 or $1.00 arguing that, they were incurring losses. Since last week conductors have warned most commuters that ...

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SAZ applauds SINO

        By Clive Makumbe The Standards Association of Zimbabwe (SAZ) has applauded Sino Zimbabwe Cement Company for attaining certification as required by ISO 9001/2015 following their provision of providing high customer service. The International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) on last week, officially granted quality certification to Gweru-based ...

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Farmers ready for farming season

          Minister of Lands, Agriculture and Rural Settlement Perence Shiri By Clive Makumbe Farmers in the Midlands province are 85% ready for the 2017-18 farming season and have already started planting the early crop, Agritex report has revealed. Some farmers are ready for the new farming ...

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Illegal miners need to be formalized

                      ZMF spokesperson Dosman Mangisi Clive Makumbe Informal small scale gold miners in the Midlands province remain resistant to the formaliz sation processes proposed by government, Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) has said. Most illegal miners remain wary of the authorities’ ...

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