[The Herald] VICE President Kembo Mohadi yesterday said Zimbabwe is a safe and secure tourism and investment destination, endowed with unique resources across all sectors of the economy.
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has said his leadership will never allow “mafia-style” handling of Zanu-PF issues and urged party members to follow laid down procedures when settling grievances. The Zanu-PF First Secretary also warned youths to be wary of party cadres with unbridled ambitions who may want to cause disunity in the revolutionary organisation.
[The Herald] Moscow, Russia -The recent decision to increase the prices of petrol and diesel was necessary and the conditions demanding that pronouncement presently remain unchanged, the President Mnangagwa has said.
[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe’s banking sector boosted profitability in the nine months to Sept.
[The Herald] ACTING Prosecutor-General Mr Kumbirai Hodzi turned half blind after opening a letter from an anonymous person, which he found on his desk.
[The Herald] The price of bread is set to marginally rise to $1,40 with effect from tomorrow, after Government moved in to provide more assistance to the baking industry.
[The Herald] Chief Justice Luke Malaba has challenged lawyers to critique court decisions as this can have a beneficial impact in the improvement of the country’s legal system. He said the Judiciary was open to robust criticism and would not approve anything that seeks to curry favour with it.
[The Herald] The United States (US) has suspended funding to several civil society organisations after investigations exposed non-compliance with set principles and gross abuse of funds meant to oil regime change manoeuvres in the country ahead of the July 30 harmonised elections, The Herald can reveal.
[The Herald] South Africa has returned Rhodesian Cabinet files and others State papers dating back to 1927 that Ian Douglas Smith took to that country following the collapse of his regime and these will be officially handed over to President Mnangagwa at State House tomorrow.
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has today launched the country’s National ICT Policy and the Zimbabwe ICT Innovation Drive.