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Vusumuzi Dube, Senior Reporter THE country’s economy is on the rebound with the Government having an active role in creating an enabling environment to encourage both local and foreign investment, a Cabinet Minister has said. ...

Vusumuzi Dube, Senior Reporter THE commission of inquiry into the sale of state land in and around urban areas has started its investigations in the Matabeleland region setting base in Bulawayo where a number of witnesses are expected to testify on a number illegal land sales that occurred in the region since 2005. ...

Peter Matika, Senior Reporter SPEAKER of the National House of Assembly, Advocate Jacob Mudenda has said parliament must firmly put Zimbabwe on a road to economic recovery through passing a budget that is anthropocentric and pro-poor in character. ...

Sunday News Reporters PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has sent his message of condolence to families of the Rusape horror crush that claimed 47 lives saying the amount of lawlessness on the country’s roads calls for a strict response from traffic enforcement agents. ...

Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube Harare Bureau Government will review the two percent transactional tax on electronic money transfers to make it sensitive to the needs of both business and consumers, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said. ...

President Mnangagwa Vincent Gono and Debra Matabvu, Sunday News Reporters GOVERNMENT is going to put in place a time-lined raft of measures which include developing a biometric register of all civil servants on Government payroll as it moves to tighten screws in its quest to eliminate leakages through ghost workers, President Mnangagwa has said. ...

Inspector Precious Simango Vusumuzi Dube, Sunday News Reporter A sixty-year-old man from Worringham on the outskirts of Bulawayo reportedly suffered a heart attack and died last Thursday after he allegedly had sex with a pig. ...

Kuda Bwititi, Harare Bureau President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday invited India to increase its footprint in Zimbabwe’s health sector as the two countries continue to deepen political and economic ties. ...

Sunday Mail Reporter GOVERNMENT will continue to subsidise farmers to ensure both national food security and sufficient feedstocks for local industries, which get 60 percent of their raw materials from the sector, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said. ...

Prophet Walter Magaya has been given $300 bail and told to submit title deeds of his Waterfalls house. ...