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Zim-Asset to revive country’s industries: Sandi-Moyo

Zim-Asset to revive country’s industries: Sandi-Moyo

The Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation (Zim-Asset) will lead the way in the revival and revitalisation of the country’s industries, a senior government official has claimed. The Zim-Asset is a five year government economic blueprint, prescribed by the ruling party ,Zanu PF,  to rejuvenate ... Read More »

ZITF kicks off on low note

ZITF kicks off on low note

The 2014 Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) took off on a traditional low note, but gained life later in the day when some exhibiting companies filled up the empty spaces at the Exhibition Centre. The 55th consecutive trade show case runs between 22 and 26 April and has ... Read More »

Council to roll out pre-paid water meters in June

Council to roll out pre-paid water meters in June

OVER fourteen thousand Hlalani Kuhle Government housing project beneficiaries in the Cowdray Park suburb of Bulawayo will by June starting pay for water supplies, as the Bulawayo City Council prepares to instal communal pre-paid water meters. Council finance manager, Isaac Matare, revealed that the local ... Read More »

Statement on Police and Potraz officials visit to Radio Dialogue

Statement on Police and Potraz officials visit to Radio Dialogue

 By Peter Zwidekalanga Khumalo, Radio Dialogue Board Chairperson Today (22 April 2014), at around 11.30am, 8 men from the Police Law and Order department and Potraz officials (Post and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe) visited Radio Dialogue offices in search of broadcasting equipment and they ... Read More »

US exhibits at ZITF

US exhibits at ZITF

FRESH from tightening its economic sanctions against Zimbabwe, the United States of America is participating at this year’s edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) where it will showcase its partnerships with the country in the health and education sectors. The US has a ... Read More »

Byo ripe for investment: Mayor

Byo ripe for investment: Mayor

BULAWAYO is a sleeping giant that has lots of investment opportunities, the mayor, Councillor Martin Moyo has said. Councillor Moyo said this while welcoming a South African delegation who paid him a courtesy visit at the Council Chambers on Tuesday. Also in attendance was the ... Read More »

President to open ZITF

President to open ZITF

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe will open this year’s 55th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) after Congo-Brazzaville’s president Denis Sassou Nguesso cancelled out. Initially, a delegation from Congo Brazzaville had confirmed President’s Nguesso’s participation when it paid a courtesy call on President Mugabe at ... Read More »

NetOne to install digital LED screens on 4 Byo base stations

NetOne to install digital LED screens on 4 Byo base stations

The Bulawayo City Council has approved plans by mobile company NetOne Cellular (Pvt) Ltd to install digital Light Emitting  Diode (LED) screen on selected spots at the company’s Base stations in the city. NetOne managing director Reward Kangai wrote to the local authority in February ... Read More »

Violence rocks MDC-T Byo youth assembly meeting

Violence rocks MDC-T Byo youth assembly meeting

CHAOS continues to reign supreme in the MDC-T party after a Bulawayo provincial youth assembly executive meeting held on Thursday to officially suspend chairman, Bekithemba Nyathi, was aborted following an outbreak of violence. The meeting, held at the party’s provincial offices, was meant to dispose ... Read More »

ZANU PF must inject new blood in cabinet: MDC official

ZANU PF must inject new blood in cabinet: MDC official

MDC Matabeleland South Provincial Chairman Pilate Ndebele, a former Zipra liberation war fighter has challenged Zanu Pf government to  inject new blood to its cabinet instead of recycling the same ministers who have performed dismally. Ndebele said as the as the nation commemorates independence day ... Read More »