‘Consider erecting toll gates in cities so rich urbanites can contribute to road development’- Saviour Kasukuwere

‘Consider erecting toll gates in cities so rich urbanites can contribute to  road development’- Saviour Kasukuwere

  Major urban centres have been urged to consider erecting toll gates as majority of rich urbanites were not contributing to development of road infrastructure. Former Transport minister Obert Mpofu first made the suggestion igniting heated debates. However, Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister, Saviour Kasukuwere is now reignited the issue. “The influx of imported second hand vehicles has seen an unprecedented increase in volume of traffic on our roads resulting in road…

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Moyo ‘admits’ to fraudulently taking Zimdef funds to ‘bribe’ chiefs with bicycles,…No wonder Mugabe stopped Zacc from arresting him!

Moyo ‘admits’ to fraudulently taking Zimdef funds to ‘bribe’ chiefs with bicycles,…No wonder Mugabe stopped Zacc from arresting him!

Moyo has indirectly ‘admitted’ to fraudulently taking Zimdef funds to ‘bribe’ chiefs with bicycles,…No wonder Mugabe stopped Zacc from arresting him! In an interesting twist of facts relating to the abused Zimdef fund, the Higher Education minister, professor Jonathan Moyo, who is accused of corruptly taking  US$270 000 from Zimdef now claims that he is a victim of the  Zimbabwe anti corruption unit,  (Zaac) who, in his opinion  ‘unfairly targeted’ him for arrest. Zimbabwe anti corruption unit,  (Zaac)  had tabled…

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‘ Major Blitz On Corruption, Involves Raids On Ministries, Parastatals, Harare City Council , And Housing Co-op s’

‘ Major Blitz On Corruption, Involves Raids On  Ministries, Parastatals, Harare City Council , And Housing Co-op s’

    Government is on a major anti-corruption operation, with investigators raiding ministries, parastatals, Harare City Council and housing co-operatives last Thursday and Friday. Arrests can be made as early as this week. The alleged crimes include fraud, disregarding tender procedures and setting up parallel salary and allowance structures.Arrests can be made as early as this week. The Sunday Mail has established that Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission officials and police confiscated documents with key evidence after being…

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‘Zanu PF UK Chapter Consols Workers Who Lost Their Jobs’: Supreme Court Ruling

‘Zanu PF UK Chapter Consols Workers Who Lost Their Jobs’: Supreme Court Ruling

Zanu PF United Kingdom Chapter has consoled the over 20 000 workers who lost their jobs after the Supreme Court of July 17 ruled in favour of Zuva Petroleum granting the company permission to fire workers at three months notice. In its FaceBook post the Zanu PF UK said workers take heart.  “The Labour Amendment bill which was gazetted on Friday obligates the employer who heartlessly threw you on the street without even the 3…

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US$5 billion needed to rehabilitate Zimbabwe’s roads & US$400million for Harare

US$5 billion needed to rehabilitate Zimbabwe’s roads & US$400million  for Harare

THE country’s road infrastructure authority sees licence fees collections doubling to $55 million this year from $27 million collected last year, but remains too low to fund the country’s aging road  network,  an official told a Parliamentary committee on Monday. Zimbabwe requires $5 billion to rehabilitate its road network, but with recurrent expenditure accounting for nearly 80 percent of total revenue and worsened by a $10 billion foreign debt overhang, government is unable to close the…

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