New perks on the table for doctors

Government and striking doctors will meet tomorrow to discuss a proposed package of improved working conditions that includes accommodation, transport and food, as authorities seek to bring normalcy ...

Cash withdrawals begin amid huge demand

Depositors, who formed long queues at banks and building societies, were withdrawing new coins and notes yesterday after the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) released the first $30 million on Monday, b...

New lease of life for Epworth women

EPWORTH women and youths, some of whom had turned to prostitution and other vices to make ends meet, are enjoying a new lease of life following the rolling out of income-generating projects by First ...

NSSA increases pension payouts

The National Social Security Authority (NSSA) has more than doubled its minimum pensions from $80 to $200 a month, while workers’ compensation scheme minimum pensions have been tripled from $80 to $2...

ED to address urban councils indaba

URBAN local authorities are set to brief President Mnangagwa on how they are embracing Government programmes, while working to ensure that the nation attains an upper middle-income status by 2030, an...

Ex-VP Mphoko’s trial in false start

The trial of former Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko on criminal abuse of office charges hit a brick wall yesterday after his lawyer Mr Zibusiso Ncube applied for exception without notice.

Parly ratifies EPA agreement

The National Assembly yesterday ratified the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) between the Eastern and Southern Africa states and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland aimed at ...