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A vibrant NRZ will reduce Zimbabwe’s RTA death toll

The overnight and, or daily trains from Harare to Bulawayo, Mutare and Masvingo, and vice-versa should be restored.
By Osbert Nyandoro Dec. 3, 2023

NRZ courts private players to boost capacity

The company has in the past years failed to pay salaries and creditors, both local and foreign.
By Business Reporter Nov. 23, 2023

Windfall for NRZ pension fund

The National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) has cleared a huge debt owed to the NRZ Contributory Pension Fund, NewsDay learnt.
By Staff Reporter Nov. 14, 2023

NRZ clears pension arrears

The pension arrears were part of a mammoth debt legacy weighing the NRZ down and hampering its revival efforts as it was scaring away potential investors.
By Staff Reporter Nov. 10, 2023

When looters benefit from national tragedy

NRZ has been mercilessly stripped off and left to collapse by the usual suspects — looting politicians in government and other strategic institutions.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Oct. 20, 2023

AMH group boss challenges Mnangagwa to revive NRZ

He said Mnangagwa was well placed to make the bold decisions required to help NRZ return to full operations.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga Oct. 20, 2023

Govt targets overloaded trucks

On the damages caused by the trucks on Zimbabwe’s roads, Mhona said government would be charging extra loads through the weighbridges.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Oct. 17, 2023

Feature: An unforgettable 3-kilometre ride of discomfort

The three-kilometre journey felt like eternity. The slow pace, combined with the constant stops and starts, tested the patience of even the most seasoned travellers.
By Problem Masau Oct. 17, 2023

6 die at rail crossing points

Most of the accidents have been attributed to negligence by motorists and pedestrians.
By Problem Masau Oct. 12, 2023