Why Zim fuel price shot up

·      Zera speaks on latest move ·      It was inevitable, they say Leroy Dzenga THE Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) says movements on the interbank market and increased costs necessitated the latest rise in fuel prices. Fuel prices were hiked again on Monday, barely ten days after another rise was effected. A litre of petrol […]

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Zim Fuel prices up, again

Leroy Dzenga THE price of fuel has gone up – again. Barely ten days after Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) announced a fuel price increase, another upward review has been effected. A liter of petrol now costs RTGS $7.47 up from RTGS 6.10 while the price of diesel has risen from RTGS$5.84 to RTGS$7.19.  (More […]

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DeMbare primed for derby

Mukudzei Chingwere Despite the dwindling fortunes of Dynamos and CAPS United, DeMbare coach Tonderayi Ndiraya says a clash between the two Harare giants has not lost its gloss, ahead of Sunday’s league match at Rufaro Stadium. It used to be a clash of the titans, a game marked on every football supporter’s calendar in Zimbabwe, […]

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Zim Cricket Saga: Latest

Hanganani Nleya Zimbabwe’s Minister of Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation, Kirsty Coventry, has expressed disappointment on the decision carried out by the  International Cricket Council (to suspend the country from international cricket) and insists that Government has not interfered with the running of the game. In a series of tweets Coventry expressed her devastation on […]

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Japajapa’s long walk to prison

ZTN Correspondent Usaita vukomba hweshindi kumuradza muswe zvombo zvichizara tsine, goes a Shona proverb, one of Zimbabwe’s vernacular languages. Paddington Japajapa’s long walk to prison is aptly captured in this not so common maxim. The adage speaks to Japajapa’s tendency to show off while exposing himself. The opposition MDC activist is an enigma, an epitome […]

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