ZANU PF has begged Bulawayo residents to vote for the party’s candidates at the June 10 by-election, saying the poll presents the city with a perfect opportunity to “be part of Zimbabwe”.
Gweru City Councillors are divided over the ongoing disconnections of water to defaulting residents with some saying the move is inhumane and against the spirit of engaging ratepayers.
SOUTH Africa has reportedly given Zimbabweans whose applications for work and business permits were turned down to appeal the decision, giving a lifeline to thousands of immigrants facing deportation.
ZANU PF politburo member Sikhanyiso Ndlovu says in terms of seniority based on age, he is second to President Robert Mugabe and cannot retire because he still has a job to do.
FORMER Finance minister Tendai Biti says African diplomats accredited to Zimbabwe are eager to see Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa succeed President Robert Mugabe.
A HARARE man who allegedly stole money and a mobile phone at a Bulawayo lodge claimed in court that he was severely assaulted under his feet by police and denied food for six days before he was brought to court.
Premier Soccer League (PSL) giants Highlanders’ players boycotted training yesterday demanding their winning bonuses for the matches against Dongo Sawmill, Flame Lily and WhaWha.
ZANU PF youths in Makokoba high-density suburb, Bulawayo, have been accused of defacing and removing campaign posters of independent candidates vying for the parliamentary seats ahead of the June 10 by-elections.
The government has ordered Gweru City Council to slash workers’ salaries before it can approve the 2015 budget, it has emerged.
WHEN Luke Masomere speaks, somebody should listen. Triangle did not.
THE Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) has been asked to investigate Chief Tategulu in Tsholotsho North who stands accused of ordering villagers to vote for Zanu PF candidate Jonathan Moyo in the June 10 by-election.
GWERU City Council workers have ended their strike after management yesterday paid them their February salaries.
Suspended Mpilo Hospital chief executive officer Lawrence Mantiziba has refuted allegations that he was involved in a tender scam involving the procurement of the institution’s theatre air conditioning equipment.
THE opposition MDC-T has dismissed claims that 50 of its youths in Makokoba, Bulawayo, had defected to the ruling Zanu PF.
ANTI-RIOT police yesterday maintained a heavy presence at the Gweru Magistrates’ Courts to quell a planned demonstration by city vendors following the arrest of their two colleagues who were charged with disorderly conduct and damage to property.
BULAWAYO residents are struggling to keep up with rate payments to the city council, as they owe close to $103 million as at March this year.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe, some of his ministers and senior army officials were closely involved in the planning and execution of the Gukurahundi massacres, new research and recently declassified Australian government documents have revealed.
ZIMBABWE expects to produce a paltry 102 000 tonnes of wheat this year against an annual demand of 450 000 tonnes.
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IMPUMELELO Shining Stars (ISS) and Gwanda-based praise poet Lerato Ndlovu – aka uNqindi oMnyama – are set to perform at the Hilbrow Theatre in Johannesburg, South Africa, in what promises to be thrilling show on July 18.