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Zimbabwe Dams About Half Full Signaling Crisis

Zimbabwe Dams About Half Full Signaling Crisis

ZIMBABWE’S major dams are about half full and supplies won’t last through the start of the rainy season in October, Water Minister Oppah Muchinguri said. “These are the chilling effects of the climate phenomenon which has not only affected Zimbabwe, but the whole SADC region,” she said, referring to southern […]

MDC-T in red, begs for donor support

MDC-T in red, begs for donor support

FORMER Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s MDC-T is deeply in the red and early this month extended a begging bowl to a group of diplomats, commonly known as the “Fishmongers”, seeking money to oil its administration, NewsDay has learnt.   Sources within the opposition party said the MDC-T is in a […]

EU seeks UN-observed Zim polls

EU seeks UN-observed Zim polls

THE European Union (EU) is reportedly planning to convince President Robert Mugabe’s government to allow United Nations emissaries to observe the 2018 elections, NewsDay has learnt. Diplomatic sources told NewsDay that Britain was pushing for the adoption of a resolution within the EU to force Zimbabwe to accept UN observers […]

Govt issues leases to white farmers

Govt issues leases to white farmers

GOVERNMENT has started issuing leases to white commercial farmers who were recommended to remain on their properties throughout the country. Lands and Rural Resettlement Minister Dr Douglas Mombeshora last Friday said the duration of the leases being issued to the white farmers varied depending on the type of their farming operations. […]