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Bread reverts to old price

Bakeries will with effect from tomorrow revert to the old price of bread, as the government takes further steps to halt the unjustified price increases in the economy.       Zimbabweans had this Sunday woken up to a new price of bread with a loaf now costing $1 from 90 cents, and from $1 to $1.10 respectively, hence the convening of an urgent meeting today organised by the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Enterprises Development in response to the price increases.  Stakeholders who attended the meeting are: Confederations of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI), Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC), Grain Millers Association...

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Crunch bread price meeting today

The Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Enterprise Development has called for an urgent meeting with various stakeholders in response to the recent increase in the price of bread. Zimbabweans this Sunday woke up to a new price of bread with a loaf now costing $1 from 90 cents, and from $1 to $1.10 respectively, and the government has immediately called for a meeting today to discuss the development. In a statement to the ZBC News, the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Enterprise Development said the meeting will be held at the ministry’s offices at Mukwati Building in Harare. Stakeholders...

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Zim can learn from China: Cde Mutsvangwa

The Special Advisor to the President, Cde Christopher Mutsvangwa says Zimbabwe can derive maximum benefits socially and economically by strengthening cooperation with the Communist Party of China (CPC). Cde Mutsvangwa made the remarks at an inter-party training workshop conducted by the visiting Deputy Minister of International Trade in the CPC. Zanu PF office bearers attended a workshop organised by the visiting CPC delegation, where the two sides shared experiences and exchanged notes on various party programmes. Cde Mutsvangwa said Zimbabweans should work in unison to achieve common goals at the same time focusing on collaborating with countries like China...

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No to unjustified price hikes: Pres Mnangagwa

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has warned business people and shop owners against arbitrary price hikes of basic goods. Cde Mnangagwa made the remarks at the official closing of the 2017 Zanu PF extra ordinary congress in Harare. The continuous and unwarranted increase in prices of basic commodities is threatening to dampen the festive mood.    President Mnangagwa said the arbitrary price hikes must come to an end, urging retailers to desist from profiteering and have people at heart. He said the country’s economic turnaround is going to be anchored on high agricultural production and foreign direct investment but emphasized that key...

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Cde Mnangagwa’s policies applauded

Zanu PF delegates to the 2017 extra ordinary congress are returning back to their provinces satisfied with the new socio-economic and political course that the country is now taking. The delegates who were preparing to depart for their respective provinces Saturday (today) morning after a successful one day congress which confirmed Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa as President and First Secretary of Zanu PF and also endorsed his presidential candidature in harmonised elections slated for 2018, said prospects for the country are now looking bright in all sectors. Some delegates applauded Cde Mnangagwa for his unifying words and his humbleness, saying...

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