SECRETARY in the Macro-Economic Planning and Investment Promotion ministry, Desire Sibanda has said Zimbabwe is bound to lose a lot…
A BULAWAYO general dealer shop attendant recently lost cash and goods worth $720 following a raid by three knife-wielding robbers.
THE Matabeleland Institute for Human Rights (MIHR) has called on the government to investigate whether there are any Zimbabweans based in South Africa affected by a tornado that hit that country and assist them.
BIKITA West Parliamentary aspirant, Elias Musakwa’s third bid to land the seat has been frustrated, after the Zanu PF Masvingo provincial committee (PEC) blocked him from contesting the forthcoming by-election on the party’s ticket over his alleged links to former Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) party.
MTHWAKAZI Liberation Front (MLF) on Friday wrote to South African Zulu king Goodwill Zwelithini, seeking protection of thousands of people from Matabeleland, who fled Zanu PF brutality and sought refuge in the neighbouring country since the Gukurahundi era to the recent wave of political disturbances.
BULAWAYO East MP Thabitha Khumalo was yesterday summoned to Bulawayo Central Police Station in the morning and quizzed over driving a vehicle without number plates, which they suspected was being used by the MP to co-ordinate anti-government protests on behalf of pressure group Tajamuka/Sesijikile.
GOVERNMENT has charged six school-going juveniles, among them a primary school pupil, with public violence following their arrest on allegations of being part of last Wednesday’s anti-government protests to force President Robert Mugabe to step down.
MASVINGO General Hospital mortuary is set to receive a major facelift after a local funeral parlour offered to refurbish it under a public-private-partnership (PPP).
ORGANISERS of tomorrow’s General Josh Legacy Walk in Bulawayo in honour of the late Vice-President Joshua Nkomo yesterday said all was set for the event, which also marks the 17th anniversary of his death.
SOUTH African-based Zimbabwean immigrant workers, particularly domestic workers, face a bleak future amid reports that South African citizens have reportedly asked their government not to renew permits for foreigners doing menial jobs in that country.