A 37-YEAR-OLD man from Bulawayo based in South Africa allegedly plunged to his death from the third floor window of his Yoeville flat in Johannesburg over a rent dispute after the landlord allegedly hired thugs to kill him.
The wage bill for civil servants is embarrassing and unsustainable, Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa said yesterday, echoing criticism from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as the country looks to regain access to international credit lines.
DAMBASHOKO villagers in Gwanda North, Matabeleland South, have petitioned the Gwanda Rural District Council and the government to grant them permission to construct a secondary school in the village.
THE passing away of Eric Bloch marks a great loss not only to Bulawayo, but to the whole of Zimbabwe.
A MAN from Village 2 Pioneer in Fort Rixon, who left home in 2010 and resurfaced in 2013 to find his wife pregnant by another man, allegedly waited for her to give birth before burying the one-day-old baby alive in a shallow grave while she watched helplessly.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s deputy chief secretary Ray Ndhlukula has reportedly threatened to take over a neighbouring farm belonging to Figtree David Connolly’s brother to punish the farmer for challenging him in court.
THOUSANDS of secondary schoolchildren of the Tokwe-Mukosi Dam flood victims, who were forcibly resettled in Nuanetsi Ranch from the Chingwizi transit camp, have to walk close to 20km to the makeshift secondary school in the area.
THE teaching of Tonga in Binga schools is set to receive a boost when President Robert Mugabe officially launches a series of Tonga textbooks for primary and secondary education called ChiTonga Bwanachilo and Lusumpuko series on October 30 in the district.
THE who is who of Bulawayo from across the political and religious divide and corporate world are set to converge at the Jewish section of Athlone Cemetery in Northend this morning for the burial of renowned economic commentator Eric Bloch.
A MBERENGWA family has demanded that Midlands police commanders conduct an investigation into the murder of their son Oppress Nsingo (18), who was shot for his gold find last year.