Finance and Economic Development Minister Mthuli Ncube

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    CCZ condemns abuse of maize subsidy

    The Consumer Council of Zimbabwe (CCZ) has condemned the abuse of the government maize subsidy, which has resulted in the…

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    Govt in a fix over civil servants’ salaries

    The President Emmerson Mnangagwa-led administration is in a serious predicament following demands by the country’s civil servants to be paid…

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    Subsidised mealie-meal still scarce

    It is yet to be a complete joy for Bulawayo residents who have since been awaiting the government to deliver…

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    Zim moves to performance-based budgeting

    Zimbabwe will in future intensify performance-based budgeting whereby departments which properly account for their expenditures will be rewarded, while those…

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    MP laments discrimination of Silalatshani Irrigation Scheme

    Insiza South Member of National Assembly, Spare Sithole, has lamented the discrimination of Silalatshani Irrigation Scheme by Finance and Economic…

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    MP challenges government to address Bulawayo’s water security

    Bulawayo Central Member of Parliament (MP), Nicola Watson, has challenged the government to seriously consider addressing the city’s water security…

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    Where is the cheap mealie-meal?

    The subsidised mealie-meal remains unavailable in Bulawayo supermarkets, a development that has left members of the public questioning the government’s…

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    Govt neglecting us, senior citizens lament

    Senior Citizens in Bulawayo say the government has neglected them, accusing the Minister of Finance and Economic Development of not…

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    ‘Local authorities underutilising devolution funds’

    Local authorities are not using the funds meant for devolution resulting in the money going back to treasury. This was…

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    Zim food security situation to worsen by year-end: UN

    Zimbabwe’s already dire food security situation is set to further worsen by year end, with more than half of the…

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