Media should feature Zim as safe tourist destination

THE Zimbabwe tourism sector suffered setbacks due to the outbreak of Covid-19, which affected some sectors of the economy
By The Zimbabwe Independent Nov. 25, 2022
Civil servants sing the blues over PSMI clinics closure
Civil servants sing the blues over PSMI clinics closure
Owing to the closure of units, capacity utilisation has plummeted to below 10% as patients and clients fail to access services.
By Tendai Makaripe Nov. 25, 2022
Outstanding Bills put parly under spotlight
Veritas stated that Standing Order 171(4), however, prohibits the restoration of a Bill that has lapsed at the end of two sessions in succession.  
By Sydney Kawadza Nov. 25, 2022
Govt probes Chinese mining firms
Reported cases of informal mining activities indicate some evicted villagers were not compensated.
By Melody Chikono Nov. 25, 2022
Cites spurns Zim’s request to sell ivory
THE Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Cites) secretariat has thrown out Zimbabwe’s request to sell its ivory stockpile.
By Tatira Zwinoira Nov. 25, 2022
Further downturn looms in 2023
Zimbabwe has been haunted by a sea of negative factors including depressed spending throughout this year. 
By Kudzai Kuwaza Nov. 25, 2022
Budget falls short on education
He said the bulk of the allocation would go towards payment of salaries for teachers and other learning costs.
By Sydney Kawadza Nov. 25, 2022
Military shops for arms in Pakistan 
Over 30 contracts were signed during the exhibition held in the Asian country.
By Tinashe Kairiza Nov. 25, 2022
Icaz moves to take key role in public sector
From the start, it has been realised that accountants, who are a member of a professional board, have someone who is overseeing them.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Nov. 18, 2022
Outcry over judges’ conduct dents judiciary’s credibility
The complaint emanated from a case where Mbatha was having a lease agreement dispute under case number SC 443/21.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Nov. 18, 2022
‘We need to shape our media industry’
We are very excited as a country to be invited.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Nov. 18, 2022
Storm brews over Zupco top post
Mudangwa has been at the helm in acting capacity for the past five years. He superintendent efforts to revive the company that has been moribund for many years.
By Hstv Radio Nov. 18, 2022
Time Bank finally reopens
In 2015, the RBZ and Time Bank entered into a settlement agreement, under which the RBZ agreed to refund Time Bank the  US$5 million
By Staff Reporter Nov. 18, 2022
Think tank projects 3,2% budget deficit
ZIMBABWE is projected to record a 3,2% budget deficit in 2023 when the southern African country holds general elections.
By Tinashe Kairiza Nov. 18, 2022
Think tank projects 3,2% budget deficit.
ZIMBABWE is projected to record a 3,2% budget deficit in 2023 when the southern African country holds general elections.
By Tinashe Kairiza Nov. 18, 2022
Broke Harare council begs Reserve Bank for cash
This comes as the HCC has been struggling to buy a new fleet of garbage collection trucks and other service vehicles due to funding constraints.
By Taurai Mangudhla Nov. 18, 2022
Cross soiled US$100m CSC deal
Cross also wrote strongly that the CSC Boustead Beef management lacked the capacity to take the meat processor out of the doldrums.
By Freeman Makopa Nov. 18, 2022
Insurers choke on debt stocks
This has pushed the industry to lobby the government for legislation that ensures a cash upfront model for insurance policies.
By Melody Chikono Nov. 18, 2022
Foreign investors lose millions in sham deals
The firm was formed to provide clean energy storage and infrastructure in Zimbabwe.
By Freeman Makopa Nov. 18, 2022
Illegal miners destroy Mavuradonha sanctuary
Mavuradonha Wilderness was declared a national monument in 2017 but alluvial chrome and gold miners have become a threat to the sacred area.
By Freeman Makopa Nov. 11, 2022
In-depth Interview: Sharpe speaks on massive investments, frustrations
We tried to buy as much land as we could.
By Muckracker Nov. 11, 2022
Feature: Zim politics: A hard hat area for women
Participation of women in national, local and community leadership roles has become an important focus of global development policy. 
By Sizalokuhle Ncube Nov. 11, 2022
Govt blocks small-scale miners from lithium fields
The government believes Zimbabwe has the potential to account for 20% of global lithium demand when all known lithium resources are exploited.
By Sydney Kawadza Nov. 11, 2022
Museum of African Liberation runs into displacement storm
Westview Baptist Church, which Instak claimed to have compensated, has rubbished the claim.
By Tinashe Kairiza and Tinashe Makichi Nov. 11, 2022
Feature: Meet the Zim satellite team
The launch of Zimbabwe’s first satellite, ZIMSAT-1, has raised a lot of debate online. But, what’s it all about? Who and what exactly is going to space?
By Newzwire Nov. 11, 2022
Delimitation relegates Karoi into rural ‘dustbin’
The affected are the residents allocated stands under Operation Garikai/Hlalani Kuhle in 2009 under Chiedza Lot 1.
By Nhau Mangirazi Nov. 11, 2022
Political actors pile pressure on Zec
Zimbabwean political actors are increasingly losing confidence in Zec over its management of electoral processes.
By Evans Mathanda Nov. 11, 2022
Mnangagwa ‘mutilates’ Zanu PF constitution
In an interview with the Zimbabwe Independent yesterday, Mangwana confirmed the changes.
By Sydney Kawadza Nov. 11, 2022