January 31, 2020

Stakeholders in livestock production have welcomed the European Union (EU)'s 7,3 million euro support for livestock, which is expected to improve production and market competitiveness.

Speaking at a stakeholders' workshop in Harare yesterday, Pig Producers Association of Zimbabwe (PPAZ) chairman Mr George Mudanga said the funds were primed to support 56 000 piggery farmers and 800 000 farmers in goat production by 2023.

He said the pr...

September 11, 2019

China stands with Africa in calling for the "immediate and unconditional" removal of all illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by Western countries, Beijing's Ambassador to Harare Mr Guo Shaochun has said.

Sadc countries last month declared October 25 as Solidarity Day against illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe and resolved to conduct various activities in their respective countries on that day to resoundingly call for the immedia...

September 4, 2019

THE 28th World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa scheduled for Cape Town, South Africa, presents an opportunity for Zimbabwe to update the world on milestones recorded under ongoing economic and political reforms.

The reforms, which are spelt out in the short-term economic blueprint, the Transitional Stabilisation Programme (TSP), have widely been accepted by most development partners and international financial institutions.

With re-eng...

June 19, 2019

Motorists here have expressed concern over service stations which are charging for fuel in US dollars only despite a directive from Government that they should accept all forms of payment.

A survey carried out by The Herald showed that Flo Petroleum and Zuva had pegged their product at US$1,20 per litre with the former refusing payments in RTGS dollars as an alternative.

Zuva however still has fuel priced in local currency although it...

June 5, 2019

Zimbabwe may start producing its own diesel and petrol within the next 10 years following encouraging exploration findings by Australian company, Invictus Energy, in the Muzarabani area, a Cabinet minister has said.

Discovery of oil, which appears highly likely as evidenced by the results of extensive evaluation of existing and new data using latest technology, will be a major breakthrough for a resource dependent economy facing acut...

March 29, 2019

A Chinese company, China Nanchang Engineering, has approached Harare City Council with a deal to supply 600 green energy (solar-powered) buses and additional fixed and working capital to service routes in Greater Harare Metropolitan.

The project will include a central business district (CBD) shuttle service and the Harare Urban Route will service all suburban routes.

It's divided into Norton, Southern, Eastern and Western suburbs.


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