ZIMBABWEANS, particularly youths and women, can create wealth for
themselves by taking up
opportunities generated by the
opening up of Intra-African trade, which will benefit all the continent’s
55 countries, President Mnangagwa
The Head of State made the remarks at the opening ceremony of the
second Intra-African Trade Fair
(IATF) in Durban, South Africa
SOME electricity generation units at Hwange and Kariba South Power stations that had been affected by a technical fault are back in service after concerted efforts to bring
normalcy, acting Energy and Power Development Minister Dr Jenfan Muswere has said.
Similarly, most units are back at
Bulawayo, Munyati and Harare thermal power stations, which are already contributing to the national grid.
The Zimbabwe Republic Police has received deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) analysis equipment worth
US$327 294 and E185 480, which is expected to enhance criminal justice delivery system for survivors of gender-based violence.
The equipment, which was donated by the European Union (EU) in
collaboration with the United
Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) was part of the Spotlight Initiative, a global partnership aimed to eliminate all forms of violence
against women and girls by 2030.
PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has
described Cde Simon Khaya Moyo, who was unanimously declared a national hero, as a distinguished
freedom fighter who was ever willing to take any assignment.
In his condolence message to the
Khaya Moyo family, the President who is also the ruling party First
Secretary and President said the death of the liberation war stalwart came as a shock to him.
GOVERNMENT is now engaging
seed and fertiliser producers to
ensure input costs are affordable to
all farmers while working on
enhancing domestic production to
support transformation of the agriculture sector.
This was said by Lands, Agriculture,
Fisheries, Water and Rural
Development Minister Dr Anxious Masuka in response to farmers’ concerns over “unwarranted price increases”, especially for maize seed and fertiliser.
ZANU PF Vice President and Second Secretary Cde Kembo Mohadi said the revolutionary party has been
robbed of a gallant son of the
revolution whose loss is difficult to
Cde Khaya Moyo died on Sunday at
Mater Dei Hospital in Bulawayo after
a long battle with cancer.
He was 76.
In his condolence message, Cde
Mohadi said: “On behalf of our
revolutionary party ZANU PF, and indeed my own behalf, we join the nation in mourning our Politburo secretary for Information and
Publicity, Cde Ambassador Simon Khaya Moyo. I am deeply saddened
and shocked to learn of the untimely passing on of Cde Khaya Moyo.
The Supreme Court is today
expected to hear the appeal against the urgent High Court judgment over the extension of Chief Justice Luke Malaba’s service by another five
Justice, Legal and Parliamentary
Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi and Attorney-General, Advocate Prince
Machaya, and the Judicial Service
Commission (JSC), separately filed their appeals immediately after the lower court’s ruling.
Minister Ziyambi, the AG and JSC,
are challenging the High Court
decision to rescind the extension of
Justice Malaba’s service beyond the age of 70 on the grounds that the
recent Constitutional Amendment
allowing judges, including the Chief Justice, the option of serving to 75 could not include sitting judges of
the Constitutional and Supreme
Courts but included sitting judges of the High Court.
CHINA through the Chinese Women Federation has donated laptops and smartphones to Zanu PF Women’s
League to empower them
The laptops and smartphones
be distributed across the country’s 10 provinces to record data for
women membership in the ruling party.
The handover ceremony was
attended by Zanu PF Secretary for
Women’s League, Cde Mabel
Chinomona, Cde Monica Mutsvangwa who is the secretary
for administration for the Women’s
League and other senior party
At least 30 local companies are
showcasing their products and
services at the Intra-African Trade Fair (IATF 2021) currently underway in Durban, South Africa.
The AITF, is a high level trade fair, which will be attended by 15 heads of State, including President Mnangagwa. The trade show provides a platform for international
buyers, sellers, and investors to
share market information in support of the Intra-Africa trade.
KHAMA BILLIAT, who transformed
himself into the poster boy of the
Warriors, has decided to walk away from international football, at the
age of 31, after exactly 10 years of service, for his country. The Kaizer Chiefs forward captained the Warriors, in his final two
matches, for Zimbabwe. Fittingly, both matches were played in the two stadiums he calls his homes, the
FNB Stadium in Johannesburg and the National Sports Stadium, in Harare.