A power deal between Zimbabwe and South Africa could not sail through this week after it emerged that an inter-ministerial Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that was meant to be signed on Monday had not been vetted by the Attorney-General… Read More...
A bill currently under parliament’s consideration will give civil servants power to turn down directives from ministers and other high-ranking government officials who may want to exert undue influence on how public tenders are awarded.… Read More...
By Phillimon Mhlanga | Financial Gazette |
Regional power suppliers could switch off Zimbabwe after the country’s integrated power utility, ZESA Holdings, failed to meet prepayment arrangements for power imports, the Financial Gazette… Read More...
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