Midlands State University (MSU) is set to hold another graduation ceremony on December 10 after its Chancellor, President Robert Mugabe, reportedly queried the low number of graduates last week.
GWERU’S main water supply dams Gwenoro and Amapongokwe are 70% full, falling from 98% capacity recorded in June after the last rainy season, acting city engineer Praymore Mhlanga has said.
CLOSE to 50 former Zimbabwe Grain Bag (ZGB) employees on Thursday besieged the company premises demanding their salary arrears and retrenchment packages.
SACKED National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) workers have rejected the parastatals’ retrenchment package payment plan, saying it had been imposed on them and violates the Labour Act.
A HAILSTORM hit Bulilima East last week, destroying a classroom block at Goba Primary School under Chief Gampu, which was built by villagers two years ago.
ZIMBABWE’S prime resort town of Victoria Falls has been declared a Tourism Special Economic Zone (TEZ), a development expected to spur growth in tourist arrivals and create employment for locals, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.
Death is horrible and such a stain and blight on life. Never does it ever make any sense. It is always so illogical, so pointless and meaningless, yet so final.
BULAWAYO deputy master of the High Court Raymond Antonio has been accused of providing misleading information in a fraud case in which State security minister Kembo Mohadi is the complainant.
A RESOLUTION by Zanu PF’s Matabeleland North province to endorse First Lady Grace Mugabe (pictured) as the party’s life leader of the women’s league confirms her growing influence in Zimbabwean daily life and politics, but with huge knock-on effects on democracy, analysts have said.
Matabeleland South provincial police boss Senior Assistant Commissioner Learn Ncube has revealed a worrisome increase in cases of rape against juveniles, urging members of the public to work with the police in fighting crime.