Insiza RDC audits non-residential properties

In a notice, Insiza RDC chief executive officer Shepard Tshuma on May 20 advised property owners and occupiers to co-operate with valuation officers when they visit their properties.
By Silas Nkala 15h ago
King Munhumutapa challenges govt
King Munhumutapa challenges govt
Chief Nyathi claims that he was appointed by King Munhumutapa to be his spiritual spokesperson in Matabeleland.
Call for communities to set up committees to curb crime
He commended Lower Gweru for the reduction in murder cases saying this was as a result of concerted effort from all stakeholders.
By Stephen Chadenga May. 28, 2024
MPs pile pressure on govt to fix Mat’land roads
The calls to fix roads in the region have grown louder amid concerns that some of them were established before the country’s independence more than 40 years ago
By Nizbert Moyo May. 28, 2024
UNDP to assist Bulawayo avert challenges
Bulawayo mayor David Coltart appealed for assistance from UNDP at a meeting held last week.
By Margaret Lubinda May. 28, 2024
Water crisis cripples waste collectors operations
A Pumula South-based waste collector said they drank water from unsafe sources which was hazardous to health.
By Patricia Sibanda May. 27, 2024
Villagers seek help as water shortage bites
However, Chief Tshitshi from the district urged the villagers to be patient, saying the political leadership is  seized with the issue of providing water to the villagers.
By Sharon Sibindi May. 27, 2024
Zim’s invite to observe SA elections riles watchdog
Motha said Zanu PF undermined democracy and free choosing of leaders by the people.
By Silas Nkala May. 27, 2024
Unregistered buses worry residents
Zupco spokesperson Sandisiwe Mtetwa did not respond to email questions despite promises to do so.  
By Daniel Moyo May. 26, 2024
Nkayi nursing school closed for second time this year
She said elders end up dreading going to hospitals “where they will not be understood because of the language barrier
By Silas Nkala May. 26, 2024
Headmen jailed for killing lion
Government has a shoot-to-kill policy to deter the practice, but reports still are abound of illegal killings of wildlife by poachers.
By Daniel Moyo May. 26, 2024
Mat South’s remote districts left behind in currency switch
Another villager Mabusi Moyo from Zamadube Village said people were eager to use the local currency, but there was little information about its existence.
By Sharon Sibindi May. 26, 2024
Water crisis stalks Mangwe villagers
Another villager, Mkhumbulo Mpofu said access to water was a challenge.
By Sharon Sibindi May. 26, 2024
‘Govt letting region down’
Mlotshwa urged the government to take concrete action to address the issue of teenage pregnancies and its impact on girls’ education.
By Patricia Sibanda May. 26, 2024
Hwange residents fear lung diseases
According to health experts, exposure to air pollution such as coal ash and soil dust may lead to pneumoconiosis. 
By Sharon Sibindi May. 26, 2024
Tshabangu strikes again
Binga rural district councillors Noliya Dube and Julia Mumpande were recalled alongside Victoria Falls counterpart Maria Phiri.
By Nizbert Moyo May. 25, 2024
Lack of schools fuels child marriages in Tsholotsho
A visit to Tsholotsho recently by Southern Eye Weekender revealed that girls account for the largest percentage of school dropouts, with many being forced into early marriages.
By Nizbert Moyo May. 25, 2024
Machete gangs wreak havoc in Figtree
According to villagers, the attacks have been going on since May 3 this year fuelled by a gold rush, which has attracted illegal miners from across the country.
By Nizbert Moyo May. 25, 2024
Mpilo, UBH receive solar systems
The solar systems were installed by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in partnership with the government.
By Margaret Lubinda May. 24, 2024
Wild animals terrorise Bulilima villagers
Mlauzi said they had put in place measures to protect schoolchildren from being attacked by wild animals.
By Patricia Sibanda May. 24, 2024
Govt responds to deployment of non-Ndebele teachers
The deployment of teachers in the region has dominated Parliament over the years.
By Silas Nkala May. 24, 2024
SOS to help homeless Pumula family
Acting chief fire officer Mahlangano Moyo said the department had engaged several stakeholders to assist the family.
By Margaret Lubinda May. 24, 2024
Gweru councillors fret over estimated bills
Finance committee chairperson Hlupheko Marufu (ward 7) urged residents who have queries about their bills to approach council offices.
By Stephen Chadenga May. 23, 2024
Minister bemoans collapse of health sector
The discussion was centred on operational challenges in the public and private health sectors in Zimbabwe.
By Silas Nkala May. 23, 2024
Filabusi villagers celebrate chief’s installation
“The rotational annual event will be held in different parts of Godlwayo. However, in certain circumstances, the chief will call for the event to be held at his Kingdom Culture Centre.”
By Blessing Karubwa May. 23, 2024
Leased properties not inheritable, BCC warns
The local authority made the remarks in response to social media reports claiming that BCC is repossessing houses occupied on lease agreements.
By Silas Nkala May. 22, 2024
Cholera scare as Zinwa cuts off Vumbachikwe water
Gold production at Vumbachikwe Mine stopped in 2022 after workers downed tools over unpaid salaries.
By Nizbert Moyo May. 22, 2024
Girl (13) found floating in a dam dead
He said a search was conducted with the help of other villagers and the teenager’s body was found floating in a dam, four kilometres from the homestead.
By Stephen Chadenga May. 22, 2024