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Gweru needs  $22m for roads

Gweru needs $22m for roads

Gweru mayor Hamutendi Kombayi says the Midlands capital requires about $22 million to rehabilitate its road network.

Supreme Court strikes off Mugabe aide case

Supreme Court strikes off Mugabe aide case

THE Supreme Court yesterday struck off the roll an appeal by deputy secretary in the Office of the President and Cabinet Ray Ndhlukula challenging his ejection from a Matabeleland South farm.

Ncube bemoans rise in human trafficking

Ncube bemoans rise in human trafficking

A ZIMBABWE Human Rights Commission official (ZHRC) official has described human trafficking as the fastest growing form of organised crime in the country.

Zvobgo fires all workers

Zvobgo fires all workers

LATE national hero Eddison Zvobgo’s son has fired all workers from his chain of hotels in Masvingo and Gweru as the job carnage triggered by a Supreme Court ruling intensifies.

Insiza council chair set free

Insiza council chair set free

Insiza Rural District Council chairperson Daniel Konopo Mpofu has been acquitted on charges of abusing his office and swindling a Bulawayo-based property developer.

Cecil the lion shakes United States

Cecil the lion shakes United States

NEW JERSEY — American lawmakers say they are crafting legislation to curb trophy hunting in the wake of the killing of one of Hwange National Park’s most famous lions by a United States dentist last month.

City to resume stands allocation

City to resume stands allocation

Bulawayo City Council has not allocated any housing stands this year despite the ballooning waiting list, a council official has said.

Jericho, Cecil’s brother alive: Zimparks

Jericho, Cecil’s brother alive: Zimparks

The brother of Cecil the lion killed in Hwange by an American hunter last month is not dead, a researcher monitoring the pride told Reuters, contradicting media reports that Jericho had been killed.

Zapu says workers were turned into slaves

Zapu says workers were turned into slaves

Zimbabwean workers have become modern day slaves following a Supreme Court ruling that has triggered more than 9 000 job losses in less that three weeks, opposition party Zapu has said.

Donors snub Mugabe bash

Donors snub Mugabe bash

President Robert Mugabe’s belated 91st birthday party for Bulawayo Province failed to materialise in June after Zanu PF failed to raise funds due to the worsening economic situation.

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