• Soldiers kill villager over bicycle

    Soldiers kill villager over bicycle

    THREE soldiers based at the Bulawayo’s 1 Brigade allegedly killed a Fort Rixon villager following a dispute over a bicycle.

  • Pressure group embarks on voter registration awareness

    Pressure group embarks on voter registration awareness

    A local pressure group, Bulawayo Youths Arise (Buya) has embarked on a voter registration awareness exercise, targeting the youth ahead of the 2018 elections.

  • 1,5 million Zimbabweans diabetic — Parirenyatwa

    1,5 million Zimbabweans diabetic — Parirenyatwa

    About 1,5 million Zimbabweans are diabetic, with some of them unaware they have the condition, Health minister David Parirenyatwa has revealed.

  • Kombayi gets ConCourt reprieve

    Kombayi gets ConCourt reprieve

    Gweru Provincial Magistrate, Pathekhile Msipa yesterday granted an application by suspended Gweru mayor, Hamutendi Kombayi to have a matter in which he is accused of sending offensive messages to Local Government ministry permanent secretary, George Mlilo referred to the Constitutional Court.

  • Gold panners machete war ends in tragedy

    Gold panners machete war ends in tragedy

    MACHETE wars between illegal gold miners in Kwekwe, which have become the order of the day, ended in tragedy, with the murder of Washington Dick last week.

Villagers lose school case

Villagers lose school case

Bulawayo High Court judge, Justice Lawrence Kamocha has ordered 11 Rouxdale farm villagers in Bubi district to stop interfering with the construction of a private boarding school by a local businessman.

Man jailed for striking neighbour with axe over maize

Man jailed for striking neighbour with axe over maize

Soldiers kill villager over bicycle

Soldiers kill villager over bicycle

Former Redcliff official eyes Gweru town clerk post

Former Redcliff official eyes Gweru town clerk post

Mighty Warriors go unpaid

Mighty Warriors go unpaid

Zifa is struggling to pay the women’s senior national football team despite the Mighty Warriors’ success on the field, which…

Downs lead Q3 at half way point

Downs lead Q3 at half way point

Pirates too strong for Ajax

Pirates too strong for Ajax

Coltart attacks teachers’ salaries slashing proposal

Coltart attacks teachers’ salaries slashing proposal

Govt paying off Telecel shareholding balance

Govt paying off Telecel shareholding balance

THE government has begun paying off the balance to acquire a 60% shareholding in Telecel Zimbabwe and the transaction should be complete by next week.
Sources yesterday revealed that the government had sent $30 million to VimpelCom.

5MW Hwange solar plant on cards

5MW Hwange solar plant on cards

CZI president  takes Byo  business challenges  head on

CZI president takes Byo business challenges head on

Govt declares Vic Falls Tourism Special Economic Zone

Govt declares Vic Falls Tourism Special Economic Zone

Facebook service aimed at professionals to launch in coming months

Facebook service aimed at professionals to launch in coming months

Facebook at Work, Facebook Inc’s (FB.O) professional version of its social network, is expected to launch in the coming months, after spending a year in tests, a company executive said.

Dell admits security flaw was built in to computers

Dell admits security flaw was built in to computers

Google Maps goes offline

Google Maps goes offline

Summer Carnival for Bulawayo

Summer Carnival for Bulawayo

Bulawayo revellers are in for a treat this Saturday, as Horizon Bar and Restaurant host the Summer Carnival meant to welcome the summer season in style, according to one of the organisers, Joe Tha OG.

Hip Hop Festival lives up to billing

Hip Hop Festival lives up to billing

Igwe, Tocky Vibes light up MSU graduation pre-party gig

Igwe, Tocky Vibes light up MSU graduation pre-party gig

Spider and Naked Weapons in exhilarating performance

Spider and Naked Weapons in exhilarating performance

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