From today’s NewsDay: Figures released by the Zimbabwe National Statistical Agency on Monday indicated that the year-on-year food and non-alcoholic beverages inflation stood at 3,85%, while non-food inflation stood at 2,61%. Month-on-month inflation in November was 0, 13% dropping 0,13 percentage points on the prior month rate of 0,26%. The month-on-month food and non-alcoholic beverages inflation stood at 0,18% in November shedding 0,28% age points on the October 2012 rate
The Ministry of Environment and Tourism has had a severely ugly website. That website has been hacked. I can’t tell if this happened recently, but the contact email address the hacker left suggests this may have happened sometime last year. MusLim HaCkeRs Virtual Soldier returns/ The Game Started Close the holes. mailto : firstname.lastname@example.org Following the Ministry of Finance incident last month, I guess the Zimbabwe government departments need to
Apparently tomorrow is World Consumer Rights Day. According to the release by Consumers International, a “world” consumer-rights advocacy group (and group of groups) based in London, these guys do this every year, across the world.
Munyaradzi Kereke is a former lieutenant of the current Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Governor, Gideon Gono.
Munyaradzi Kereke has written a letter to Gideon Gono, making a large number of sensational allegations. It makes for interesting reading, but as with any matter of dispute, we take the allegations with the requisite scepticism.
The Abs0lution group has hacked the Ministry of Finance’s website. One of the top stories reads as follows: Robert Mugabe & Morgan Tsvangirai reportedly dead after being attacked by mole people, At approximately 3pm the two presidential candidates were set upon by a gang of vicious mole people. It is unknown from where these mole people originated from, Some say they came from neighboring Zambia or Botswana, Others say they
For those of us old enough to remember, there were some annoying shows after the main news on ZTV. As a kid growing up, I couldn’t wait for the late shows to come on, but they always seemed to squeeze in some current affairs rubbish before the good stuff came on. One such show was the Consumer Report, a monotonously informative stream of numbers and advice, stuff about indexes and
Anyone who has ever driven down Harare drive, particularly the stretch between Enterprise and Borrowdale Roads, knows it’s a hazard.
The road is too narrow. The road dips and humps too much. The road has gaping holes in it. The road snakes around too much. The road sucks
We all know how it feels to stand in queue at the border, whilst the world’s slowest customs agent does his thing, not giving a toss about you or anyone else. Some had the same trouble yesterday, and made sure to fill out a feedback form