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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

UPDATED: Cabinet sworn in

The Chronicle Tendai Mugabe and Felex Share, Harare BureauPRESIDENT Mnangagwa yesterday swore in 20 Cabinet Ministers at State House in Harare, setting the tone for...

JUST IN: Minister Ncube on Financial plan

The Chronicle Harare Bureau Newly appointed Finance and Economic Development minister Professor Mthuli Ncube says one of his immediate goals as minister will be to re-engage...

JUST IN: Ministers sworn in

The Chronicle Harare BureauThe new 20-member Cabinet appointed by President Mnangagwa last Friday was sworn in at State House in Harare this morning. Deputy Ministers and...

All eyes on ED’s dream team…New Cabinet to be sworn in today

The Chronicle Fidelis Munyoro, Harare BureauPresident Mnangagwa will today swear in his newly appointed Cabinet of 20 members, 13 deputy ministers and nine provincial ministers,...

71 000 hectares contracted for command maize, soya beans

The Chronicle Elita Chikwati, Harare BureauGovernment has contracted more than 71 000 hectares for maize and soya bean production under Command Agriculture, as preparations for...

Gender, women’s rights groups hail Cabinet appointments

The Chronicle Elita Chikwati, Harare BureauGender and women’s rights organisations have hailed President Mnangagwa’s decision to increase the number of women in Cabinet as a...

BREAKING: Mguni appointed Byo mayor

The Chronicle Vusumuzi Dube, Municipal Reporter CITY lawyer Councillor Solomon Mguni was yesterday voted as the new mayor for the City of Bulawayo in a contentious...

BREAKING NEWS: President announces Cabinet

The Chronicle OLYMPIC gold medalist Kirsty Coventry and finance guru Professor Mthuli Ncube have been appointed among 18 others to serve in President Mnangagwa’s Cabinet...

JUST IN: President returns from China

The Chronicle Tawanda Musarurwa recently in BEIJING, China President Mnangagwa has returned to Zimbabwe after a successful trip to China where he attended the 2018 Beijing...

Speaker on electoral reforms. . . MDC Alliance, civil society fail to bring amendments...

The Chronicle Zvamaida Murwira, Harare BureauThe MDC Alliance and civil society failed to bring to Parliament any proposed amendments to the electoral law despite endless...
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