Articles tagged 'monica mutsvangwa'

Govt implements Space Science programmes 1 January 2019 HARARE - Government is embarking on the implementation of Space Science programmes under the 100 days priority projects approved by Cabinet for immediate implementation. Speaking to journalists at the last the post-Cabinet briefing of the year Information minister Monica Mutsvangwa said govern...
Ground-breaking ceremony for new Parly set for November 30 21 November 2018 HARARE - President Emmerson Mnangagwa will on November 30 preside over a ground-breaking ceremony for the construction of a new Parliament building in Mt Hampden. Addressing a news conference yesterday, Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services minister Monica Mutsvangwa told reporters ...
Govt to increase police highway patrols 15 November 2018 HARARE - Government will be stepping up police highway patrols to curb road carnage, Information minister Monica Mutsvangwa has said “Cabinet expressed grave concern over the recent road traffic accident which took place near Rusape and which claimed 46 lives,” Mutsvangwa told a news briefing ...
'Zim to have more radio stations soon' 3 November 2018 HARARE - Zimbabwe will soon get more radio stations approved and may soon see its dream of comprehensive media reforms come true, Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services minister Monica Mutsvangwa has said. She said the March 2002 draconian press law, the Access to Information and Pro...
Govt violates imports rules 29 October 2018 HARARE - Government has started allowing imports of certain basic commodities that were previously covered under the Open General Import Licence (OGIL), even though it is still to gazette the amendments to Statutory Instrument (SI) 122 of 2017. Following Tuesday's Cabinet meeting, Information ...
Govt lifts ban on imports of groceries 24 October 2018 HARARE - In a welcome development, the government has with immediate effect removed the ban on the importation of groceries and other basic goods — in a bid to address the continuing shortages of commodities and spiralling price hikes in the country. The lifting of the ban comes at a time many...
Government to upgrade worn out sewer systems 19 September 2018 HARARE - The government of Zimbabwe has pledged to upgrade the sewer and reticulation systems as a measure to curb the spread of cholera which has so far claimed at least 30 lives. Speaking during an update of the Cabinet's sitting, which is now scheduled to take place weekly, minister of Info...
Court stops Chipanga eviction from farm 21 June 2018 HARARE - The High Court has barred Manicaland Provincial Affairs minister Monica Mutsvangwa from evicting former Zanu PF youth leader Kudzanai Chipanga from his Headlands farm. This comes after Chipanga through his lawyer Lovemore Madhuku filed an urgent chamber application accusing Mutsvangwa...
Chipanga sues Mutsvangwa 14 June 2018 HARARE - Former influential Zanu PF youth league leader Kudzanai Chipanga has dragged Manicaland Provincial Affairs minister Monica Mutsvangwa to the High Court accusing her of illegally grabbing his farm and handing it over to a white farmer. Chipanga was among members of the G40 political fa...
EASTERN NEWS | Govt to launch village ICT centres 1 February 2018 Govt to launch village ICT centres MUTARE - Government plans to set up more community information centres (CICs), particularly in rural Manicaland, with at least 40 containerised ones on the cards, as part of efforts to provide e-government services. Most of the centres will be at post offi...
EASTERN NEWS 25 January 2018 Provincial youth chair likens self to ED MUTARE - Zanu PF Manicaland provincial youth chairperson Tawanda Mukodza was last week heckled after trying to respond to questions of his legitimacy by drawing parallels with President Emmerson Mnangagwa's leadership — suggesting that he too had not b...
Diamond looters face arrest 21 December 2017 MUTARE - Minister of State for Manicaland Monica Mutsvangwa, has warned that government is ''digging deep'' into the Chiadzwa diamond looting saga and arrests would certainly be made. Her threats are on the back of claims by former president Robert Mugabe that over $15 billion in diamonds mone...
Govt to flush out illegal settlers 21 December 2017 MUTARE - Government has vowed to drive out illegal settlers from farms and timber plantations, as part of efforts to attract foreign investors back to the agricultural sector. Under former president Robert Mugabe's rule, the agriculture sector had become a preserve for the indigenous blacks, a...
Quest faces collapse: Govt 21 December 2017 MUTARE- Mutare-based Quest Motors (Quest) is on the verge of collapse, with the vehicle manufacturer's assembly plant now operating at two percent capacity, a senior government official revealed. Minister of State for Manicaland Monica Mutsvangwa told a meeting of provincial heads of governmen...
Grace Mugabe strikes again 9 December 2015 HARARE - The deadly factional and succession wars that are devouring President Robert Mugabe's post-congress Zanu PF hit new lows yesterday when the women's league moved to banish under-fire Macro-Economic Planning deputy minister Monica Mutsvangwa from within its ranks. This followed her alle...