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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

‘Good times are near’ . . . President urges vigilance among Zimbabweans

The Chronicle Patrick Chitumba, Midlands Bureau Chief PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday urged Zimbabweans to remain vigilant and steadfast under the prevailing socio-economic challenges saying the end of the...

Man shot in road rage incident

The Chronicle Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Reporter A 29-YEAR-OLD man is battling for life at Mpilo Central Hospital in Bulawayo after he was shot on the backbone during...

ED touts reform on elective anniversary . . . Pledges to keep door open...

The Chronicle Fidelis Munyoro, Harare Bureau President Mnangagwa yesterday said the pace of broad reforms has been remarkable, and vowed to uphold his pledge of establishing a...

UPDATED: Relief as power supplies improve

The Chronicle Andile Tshuma, Chronicle Reporter LOAD shedding has eased after Zimbabwe started receiving 400 megawatts of electricity from South African power utility Eskom on Thursday night,...

JUST IN: Electricity load shedding to ease – Government

The Chronicle Andile Tshuma, Chronicle Reporter GOVERNMENT has said load shedding is due to ease after striking a deal with South African power company Eskom that has...

Mupfumira fired . . . ‘Corrupt’ minister ‘not fit for position’

The Chronicle Africa Moyo, Harare Bureau PRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday sacked incarcerated Minister of Environment, Tourism and Hospitality Industry, Priscah Mupfumira saying her conduct was not in line...

Council wants 1000% rates hike

The Chronicle Pamela Shumba, Senior Reporter  THE Bulawayo City Council is considering coming up with a second supplementary budget to increase rates by up to 1 000...

US$100m in 24 hours

The Chronicle Fidelis Munyoro, Harare Bureau THE World Food Programme (WFP) and its development partners have so far raised US$100 million to address growing humanitarian needs in...

Mayor, deputy apologise for City Hall chaos

The Chronicle Pamela Shumba, Senior Reporter BULAWAYO Mayor Councillor Solomon Mguni and his deputy Councillor Tinashe Kambarami yesterday apologised for the recent chaos at City Hall saying...

US$890k per week . . . Govt concludes Eskom power talks

The Chronicle Farirai Machivenyika, Harare Bureau Government has concluded negotiations with South Africa’s power utility, Eskom that will see the country receiving 400 MW of electricity while...
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