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Thursday, October 17, 2019

CoMZ supports US$12 billion by 2023 vision

The Chronicle Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter THE Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe (CoMZ) says it fully supports Government’s vision of attaining a US$12 billion mining sector...

Byo talent impresses Amazing Voices producers

The Chronicle Wayne Chiridza, Showbiz Reporter Producers of the Old Mutual Amazing Voices reality show which seeks to unearth budding musicians were impressed by the talent they...

UPDATED: Huge boost for Prince

The Chronicle Ricky Zililo, Senior Sports Reporter HIGHLANDERS’ man-of-the-moment Prince Dube got a huge boost ahead of the Warriors’ departure for the second-leg of the final round...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Government, striking doctors should find middle ground

The Chronicle WE find the ongoing strike by junior doctors damaging not only to long suffering patients but the entire country as a whole as...

MP arrested for rape

The Chronicle Andile Tshuma, Chronicle Reporter THE Member of Parliament for Magwegwe Constituency in Bulawayo, Anele Ndebele (MDC Alliance), has been arrested for allegedly raping and impregnating...

Rights commission tackles Byo documentation crisis

The Chronicle Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Reporter  THE Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) is tackling challenges faced by Bulawayo residents in acquiring documents such as birth certificates and...

EDITORAIL COMMENT: US$12b mining industry by 2023 possible

The Chronicle Zimbabwe is widely regarded as the richest nation on earth in terms of untapped mineral resources per capita. The country is blessed with the...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: US$12b mining industry by 2023 possible

The Chronicle Zimbabwe is widely regarded as the richest nation on earth in terms of untapped mineral resources per capita. The country is blessed with the...

Byo Beach party on the cards

The Chronicle Mthabisi Tshuma, Showbiz Correspondent ELEGANT Steps Modelling and Arts Agency (ESMAA) will be hosting a Beach Party at Hashtag nightclub in Bulawayo this Saturday as...

Month-on-month inflation sheds 0,35%

The Chronicle Oliver Kazunga, Senior Business Reporter ZIMBABWE’s month-on-month inflation rate dropped to 17,72 percent in September, shedding 0,35 percentage points on the August rate of 18,07percent. The...
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