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4 days ago | January 18, 2020

Reprieve for students as loans ready for access

Joseph Madzimure, Harare Bureau Tertiary education students can now access $90 million in loans to help pay their fees ...

Govt dismisses dethroned Chief Ndiweni’s claims

Mashudu Netsianda, Senior Court Reporter GOVERNMENT has dismissed claims by recently dethroned Ntabazinduna Chief ...

Marginalised communities’ voices to be heard

Cletus Mushanawani/Fungai Lupande, Harare Bureau Marginalised communities are set to have their voices heard on radio as ...

Health Ministry to deploy teams to hospitals for monthly assessments

Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Reporter  THE Ministry of Health and Child Care will deploy teams to conduct monthly hospital ...

5 days ago | January 17, 2020

Zimbabwe needs US$16bn: AfDB

Oliver Kazunga, Acting Business Editor ZIMBABWE needs an estimated US$16 billion for infrastructural development as well ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Govt must act decisively to stop illegal forex ...

Businesses that continue to quote prices in foreign currency are economic saboteurs and measures must be put in place to ...

Freeman, Ishan top Zim Music Awards nominees list

Wayne Chiridza, Showbiz Reporter ZIMDANCEHALL sensation Freeman who is basking in the glory of hit song Ngaibake is ...

Pioneering firm to aid import substitution . . . Zimbabwe gets ...

Tendai Mugabe and Columbus Mabika, Harare Bureau Zimbabwe is now assembling computers and other technological gadgets ...

FCP flex cash muscle . . . Acquire seven top players, still want more

Sikhumbuzo Moyo, Senior Sports Reporter REIGNING Castle Lager Premier Soccer League champions FC Platinum have flexed ...

$90 million for student loans

Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Reporter  GOVERNMENT has availed $90 million for students’ loans as it moves to ensure that ...

AU steps up efforts to engage West on sanctions against Zimbabwe

Fidelis Munyoro, Harare Bureau The Africa Union is determined to engage the West over illegal sanctions imposed on ...

‘Abuse of media leads to serious social problems’

Cletus Mushanawani, Harare Bureau INFORMATION, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa has said ...

Vegetables shortage hits Bulawayo

Desmond Nleya/ Rutendo Ngara, Chronicle Reporters BULAWAYO is experiencing a shortage of vegetables due to water ...

Tenants face eviction over $17k rates, water bills

Mashudu Netsianda, Senior Court Reporter TWENTY tenants of a flat in Bulawayo’s Central Business District face eviction ...