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The Sunday Mail Brian ChitembaInvestigations Editor Government, through the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ), will begin drawing down a new US$500 million facility tomorrow to supply the interbank foreign currency market, in a development that monetary authorities say will “go a long way to stabilise the exchange rates and... Read more
The Sunday Mail Lincoln Towindo Peace is an integral part of local cultural norms that could be used to forge national unity, which, in turn, is necessary to springboard the country to prosperity, President Emmerson Mnangagwa said yesterday. Officiating at the launch of Culture Week in Harare, President Mnangagwa... Read more
The Sunday Mail Petros Kausiyo Sports Editor WORLD Soccer governing body FIFA, touched by the trail of destruction that Cyclone Idai left in Zimbabwe, have pledged to help rebuild infrastructure for the communities in Chimanimani and other affected areas in the Manicaland province. In a commendable gesture that is... Read more
The Sunday Mail Debra Matabvu The National Pharmaceutical Company (Natpharm) has begun round-the-clock dispatches to ensure that health institutions timeously get their orders. As a result, drug supplies have markedly improved over the past week owing to steady inflows, especially after the recent $25 million drug supply tender. While... Read more
Dialogue: klansmen binding glue
The Sunday Mail Writing BackRanga Mataire There is a familiar but very illuminating quote in Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart” which says, “When we gather together in the moonlit village ground, it is not because of the moon. Every man can see it in his own compound.” Achebe further... Read more
The Sunday News PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has always spoken against corruption and has implored every Zimbabwean to shun the evil practice. Speaking in a special Independence Day interview, the Head of State and Government said the various hurdles in successfully uprooting the scourge mean “the fight is so wide and... Read more
The Sunday News Fairness Moyana in Hwange AN 87-year-old man from Lupane accused of rape told a magistrate that at his age he lacks the stamina to force anyone into sexual intercourse. The man, who cannot be named for professional reasons said this when he pleaded not guilty before... Read more
The Sunday News Ngqwele Dube, Sports Correspondent Bulawayo Chiefs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (0) 2 Dynamos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... Read more
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The Sunday News Brian Chitemba/Dumisani Nsingo THE Government through the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe will tomorrow release US$500 million to supply the interbank foreign currency market, a move which will culminate in the reduction of basic commodities prices and dampen activities on the parallel exchange rate. In a tweet... Read more