WASHINGTON, DC —
Zimbabwe's leading platinum mining giant, Zimplats Holdings, allegedly set up an offshore company more than a decade ago to pay salaries for its senior managers, leaked documents reveal.
Zimbabwe’s liquidity crisis continues with local people expressing dismay over cash withdrawal restrictions.
Gender activists are expected to stage a peaceful march in Harare tomorrow to demand an end to human trafficking amid reports that hundreds of Zimbabwean women have been turned into slaves and commercial sex workers in Kuwait.
The American-based Famine Early Warning Systems Network or FEWSNET says the lean season continues in Zimbabwe where most people are facing acute food insecurity.
Zimbabwe’s white farmers who were disposed of their land, feel encouraged by the government’s commitment to compensate them, but not all black farmers are celebrating the news.
Stay tuned for these stories and more coming up on Studio 7 at 7:30 pm on 9-0-9 Medium Wave and on the 4-9-3-0, 5-9-4-0 and 1-5-4-6-0 shortwave frequencies. We also broadcast on www.channelzim.net. Please check us out on Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter.
This evening on Livetalk our hosts of the Connection Ntungamili Nkomo and Tatenda Gumbo will be talking with listeners and experts about calls for youth, who were given loans under Zimbabwe’s Youth Empowerment Program, to repay the money as stipulated in their loan agreements. Participate by sending your messages on our WhatsApp number 001 202 465 0318. The number again 001 202 465 0318. Stay tuned!!!!!!
To mark Zimbabwe’s 36th independence anniversary, Studio 7 will be giving out solar-powered radios for our lucky winners. Simply invite 10 friends to join our VOA Studio 7 Facebook page. Ask them to like our page. Keep their names so we can verify your claim. We will also be running a daily competition for lucky winners. You only need to answer a simple question about Zimbabwe’s independence. The question today is: Who was Father Zimbabwe? The draw will be conducted April 18th. Don’t be left out!!