Oliver Tuku Mtukudzi Dies at 66

Oliver Tuku Mtukudzi Dies at 66

Breaking News: Dr. Oliver ‘Tuku’ Mtukudzi, perhaps the greatest musician from Zimbabwe has died at the age of 66. The superstar succumbed to a long battle with diabetes at The Avenues Clinic in Harare on 23 January 2019. Many tributes and condolence messages from business leaders, politicians, celebrities, fans and others have already flooded the […]

UN Remains Open, Fully Operational in Zimbabwe

UN Remains Open, Fully Operational in Zimbabwe

The United Nations System in Zimbabwe, comprising Agencies, Funds and Programmes, remains open and fully operational. The UN entities continue to implement various development and humanitarian activities in support of national development priorities and strengthening of national capacities to achieve socio-economic stability and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The United Nations notes with concern […]

Olivine Industries Shuts Down Operations

Olivine Industries Shuts Down Operations

OUR VALUED OLIVINE CUSTOMERS The Board of Directors and Management of Olivine Industries (Pvt) Ltd regrets to advise its customers that all manufacturing operations have stopped. The company has struggled to restart its manufacturing operations in January 2019 for lack of imported raw materials. As such it remains closed after the shutdown in December 2018 […]

Wash or Wipe – New Year Resolution

Wash or Wipe – New Year Resolution

Wash or wipe after ‘number2’ might be something you have never thought of when coming up with ‘New Year’ resolutions… until today. kkkkkk Before we even get into which method (wash or wipe) is best for you let’s review some scenarios: If you spill yogurt on your dining table do you wash or wipe the […]

Tyre Blowout While Driving: What To Do

Tyre Blowout While Driving: What To Do

Tyre blowout is a driver’s worst nightmare. How you handle a tyre blowout, especially in December, could be the difference between living to tell the story in the New Year or taking your last breath on the road. With the holiday season fast approaching, our roads will be packed with fellow Zimbabweans and foreigners traveling […]

FREE zumba fitness

FREE zumba fitness

ZimShoppingMalls held its first ever FREE Zumba session at Bubble Dry Cleaners in Helensvale last Saturday on October 13, 2018. The goal was to get the community fit, to promote healthy lifestyles and of course, to have fun. The combination of exercise and dance which is the essence of Zumba was the perfect way to […]

Sorry, something went wrong: Facebook

Sorry, something went wrong: Facebook

“Sorry, something went wrong. We’re working on it and we’ll get it fixed as soon as we can.” is the most frustrating error message you can get on Facebook! Almost everyone knows someone that has experienced this dreadful error message yet so few know how to resolve if it happens to them. Lucky for you […]

Monetary Policy Statement – Zimbabwe

Monetary Policy Statement – Zimbabwe

MONETARY POLICY STATEMENT STRENGTHENING THE MULTI-CURRENCY SYSTEM FOR VALUE PRESERVATION & PRICE STABILITY 01 OCTOBER 2018   TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY SECTION 2: POLICY MEASURES SECTION 3: CONCLUSION   ANNEXURE   SECTION 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This Monetary Policy Statement is issued in terms of Section 46 of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Act […]

Fiscal Measures for Reversing Fiscal Dis-equilibrium

Fiscal Measures for Reversing Fiscal Dis-equilibrium

Fiscal Measures for Reversing Fiscal Dis-equilibrium Presented by Hon. Prof. Mthuli Ncube Minister of Finance and Economic Development 1 October 2018 Harare     Introduction     The economy is showing signs of recovery albeit with a number of challenges and risks. Indications are that, the economy will grow by 6.3% against the original Budget […]

BCCC Donates 2 Brand New Bicycles To Sally Mugabe Police Post

BCCC Donates 2 Brand New Bicycles To Sally Mugabe Police Post

BCCC Donates 2 Brand New Bicycles to Sally Mugabe Police post was the exciting news in one of Harare’s new northern suburbs this past weekend – Sally Mugabe Heights located just north of Crowhill Heights. Sometime back we wrote an article about community policing and this bike donation is a good example of one of the […]

The CEO Eatout4good Movement

The CEO Eatout4good Movement

The 4GOOD Trust is on a mission to provide long lasting, sustainable assistance to the homeless, the neglected and those socially excluded in the community by raising awareness of their plight, fundraising to assist with their needs and restoring a sense of dignity to their lives. In doing this, we hope to foster a spirit […]

Young Entrepreneur Of The Month – Carreg Dove

Young Entrepreneur Of The Month – Carreg Dove

The Young Entrepreneur of the Month of September 2018 is Carreg Dove from Greystone Park – Congratulations!!! Young entrepreneurs are drivers of innovation, rapid adapters to the fast pace global economy that require support from their parents, the government and the private sector to ensure success of their start-ups that can potentially create jobs and […]

Cold Spell Warning!!!

Cold Spell Warning!!!

Subject Matter: EXPECTED COLD SPELL OVER THE COUNTRY FROM SUNDAY 15 TO THURSDAY 19 JULY 2018 The Meteriological Services Department wishes to advise the public that another cold spell is expected to affect the country from Sunday 15 to Thursday 19 July 2018. This is due to pressure surges off the south-east cost of Douth […]

Statement on Colcom’s Pies

Statement on Colcom’s Pies

Colcom pies have featured on social media lately, sadly as a result of customer complaints on the quality and portion size of the contents of the pie. Colcom published the following statement on their facebook page, in response to those complaints… We are naturally very concerned by the complaints and criticisms that Colcom’s pies are […]

EID Celebration – My Journey

EID Celebration – My Journey

Eid Celebration was on Friday last week, yet so many of us in Zimbabwe don’t really understand what this holiday means and why our friends and perhaps even family members celebrate it. A friend of a friend, last week, asked, “Why are people posting images of Eid when Muslims never post photos of Christmas?” I […]

Zimbabwe Elections Set for July 30, 2018

Zimbabwe Elections Set for July 30, 2018

Zimbabwe Elections – Statutory Instrument 83 of 2018 President E.D. Mnangagwa has set Zimbabwe’s first post Mugabe elections for 30 July 2018 for the country to vote for it’s President, National Assembly and Councillors. The president also set 8 September 2018 as the official date for Presidential run-off in the event that a run-off is […]

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