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Section 21 (3) of the Electoral Act makes it mandatory for Zec to provide the voters’ roll to any person who requests it.

‘Rigging’ Mwonzora in eye of storm

‘Rigging’ Mwonzora in eye of storm
MDC Alliance secretary for programs and business Norest Marara said Mwonzora’s nomination by the party’s national council last month was unlawful.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Dec. 4, 2022

‘Embrace index insurance to combat climate change’

According to the World Food Programme (WFP), at least 70% of the population in the country depends on rain-fed agriculture with the majority of farmers having minimal productivity.
By Talent Kasu Nov. 20, 2022

DeMbare delight at fan boost

[ad_1] Ndiraya says the support of the fans will have a huge impact on how the teams will perform this weekend. The post DeMbare delight at fan boost appeared first on NewsDay Zimbabwe. [ad_2] Source link

By The Standard Oct. 30, 2021

2021/22 PSL fixtures out – NewsDay Zimbabwe

[ad_1] BY FORTUNE MBELE THE 2021/22 Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) season fixtures were released yesterday with matches set to kick off on Saturday. Giants Dynamos will host Yadah on Match Day 1 while champions FC Platinum will also be home to new boys Tenax as Highlanders hit the road for a date with […]

By The Standard Oct. 30, 2021

Treasury chief sees FDI spinoffs in new IFRS move

Ncube said adopting the standard early would also bring opportunities for capacity building to accountants and auditors in Zimbabwe from ISSB.
By Shame Makoshori Dec. 2, 2022

Govt revises housing target by 114%

GOVERNMENT has revised its 2025 housing target to 470 000 units from 220 000, representing a 114% increase.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko 2h ago