Archive | January, 2005

Zesa arrears climb to US$110m

Ngoni Chanakira ZESA needs US$10,9 million a month to operate and has arrears amounting to US$109,7 million owed to regional power utilities supplying energy to Zimbabwe.

No plans to amend Posa – Chinamasa

Staff writer CONFUSION over whether government plans to amend the Public Order and Security Act (Posa) continues to swirl with Mozambican President Joachim Chissano last (more…)

Cabinet reshuffle expected soon

Mthulisi Mathuthu PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe is this month expected to announce changes to his “war cabinet” which will see vacant posts filled and some ministers moved elsewhere.

Half region’s food deficit in Zim

Cynthia Mahwite THE Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WPF) say Zimbabwe faces acute food shortages with an alarming projection of nearly six million people in […]

Zim’s marketing strategy ‘too shallow’

Charlene Ambali AN influential American travel agency has dismissed the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA)’ s marketing strategy as too shallow to attract international tourists.

Mugabe US ally Fauntroy a felon

Staff Writer THE president of the United States-based National Black Leadership Roundtable, Walter Fauntroy, who last week pledged to mobilise support for the lifting of sanctions against Zimbabwe, is a […]

Millers allege corruption in maize allocation

Loughty Dube MILLERS in Bulawayo have accused the government-controlled Grain Marketing Board (GMB) and the Matabeleland North food taskforce of engaging in shady deals in the allocation of grain. < […]

Envoy assaults reporter in Botswana

Loughty Dube ZIMBABWEAN High Commis-sioner to Botswana Phelekezela Mphoko allegedly assaulted a reporter who claimed Nathan Shamuyarira had told a rally in Bulawayo that Botswana would be used by the […]

Zim’s railway system crumbling

Augustine Mukaro ZIMBABWE’S railway system has been hit by a critical shortage of locomotives which threatens to bring transportation of bulk goods to a halt if a solution is not […]

Mugabe misinformed on agribonds – Mawere

Augustine Mukaro/ Loughty Dube FSI Agricom chief shareholder Mutumwa Mawere has said President Mugabe was misinformed in accusing his company of accessing a large chunk of funds raised throu (more…)

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