Good Morning Zimbabwe News
The Herald Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor TINO KADEWERE’S red-hot streak, in a dream start to the 2019-2020 French Ligue 1 season, shows no signs of slowing down with the lanky forward scoring a brace at the weekend to take his tally to six goals in four starts. The... Read more
New Zesa system punishes excessive usage
The Herald Joseph Madzimure  and Yeukai Tazira The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) has effected a new tariff system to encourage domestic consumers to make optimal use of electricity within a calendar month. The system is designed to encourage conservation of power by ensuring heavy domestic power... Read more
‘Power efficient machinery way to go’
The Herald Ishemunyoro Chingwere Business ReporterGOVERNMENT has been charmed by cost-effective power usage at roofing and building materials manufacturer Turnall Holdings, and will consider copying the firm’s example for a national template. This was revealed by Energy and Power Development Minister Fortune Chasi, when he toured the Turnall plant... Read more
Editorial Comment: Sadc’s anti-sanctions stance opens new frontier
The Herald For more than two decades, Zimbabwe has sustained its call for the removal of illegal sanctions imposed by a few Western countries, United States and the European bloc following Government’s decision to redistribute land for the benefit of the landless majority. Over the years, the call has... Read more
Africa is not poor — Magufuli
The Herald Kizito Sikuka CorrespondentThe new chair of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) says the region is not poor, and he urged the 16-member states to use their vast resources to generate wealth. President John Pombe Joseph Magufuli of the United Republic of Tanzania, who now chairs SADC,... Read more
The Herald Sports Reporter ZIFA have finally unveiled Joey Antipas as the caretaker coach of the Warriors, weeks after the appointment was leaked to the media, with the Chicken Inn gaffer to take charge of the team for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Somalia. Antipas will remain in... Read more
MDC-Alliance Bulawayo demo flops
The Herald Bulawayo Bureau BULAWAYO was an oasis of peace and tranquillity yesterday with no recorded incidents of violence as residents remained calm and went about their normal business following a prohibition order issued by the police against an MDC-Alliance demonstration. Police on Sunday issued a prohibition order barring... Read more
Tobacco deliveries to break record
The Herald Elita Chikwati Senior ReporterTobacco deliveries are set to surpass last season’s record-breaking delivery of 252 million kilogrammes as deliveries continue at the auction and contract floors. A record 252 million kilogramme was delivered to the market during the 2018 marketing season. In an interview at the Zimbabwe... Read more
RBZ in market with second TBs
The Herald The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe  (RBZ) yesterday returned to the capital market with Treasury Bills  (TBs) for the second time this month to raise $60 million. At the beginning of the month, the central bank floated 91-day bills worth$30 million which was overwhelmingly oversubscribed. The latest issue... Read more
Stanbic opens opportunities for university students
The Herald Own CorrespondentA total of 20 university students are set to benefit in the 2019/2020 cycle of Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe’s exclusive internship programme. The programme is strategically structured to prepare budding young professionals for the workplace after university. The annual internship programme aimed at equipping students with robust... Read more