BULAWAYO magistrate Batanai Tuwe has issued a warrant of arrest for a Nyamandlovu man who absconded his court hearing on Thursday where he was expected to stand trial for illegal possession of a python skin and bones worth $2 000.
THE National Social Security Authority (NSSA) two weeks ago filed summons at the Bulawayo High Court to a Harare-based company, Munhumutapa Business Machines (Private) Limited, over payment of $12 700 insurance claims paid to one of its dead employees.
THE Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has offered to give industrial attachment for college and university students at a time most companies had closed the doors for attaches citing economic challenges.
TWO of the three-member robbery gang which pounced on a fuel station in Hwange two weeks ago and got away with $74, were yesterday sentenced to an effected three years in jail each, while their alleged accomplice was further remanded to next week after he denied the robbery charge.
VILLAGERS in Chiredzi, Masvingo province, have called on government and its development partners to include minority languages when packaging and disseminating messages on HIV and Aids to ensure wide coverage.
CHIRUMANZU-ZIBAGWE MP and Zanu PF deputy secretary for environment and tourism Auxilia Mnangagwa has called on community leaders to get tough on perpetrators of veld fires, amid reports that most grazing land in the Midlands Province has been destroyed by fire.
TWENTY-one-year-old Joemah Magenya from Bulawayo is appealing for financial assistance to enable him to further his studies at the National University of Science and Technology (Nust).
ORGANISERS of the late Ndebele King Mzilikazi’s commemorations slated for September 5 yesterday revealed that they have so far managed to get five cows to be slaughtered during the celebrations which they are also calling for Christians to attend.
THE Environmental Management Agency (EMA) says it is advocating for the ban of use of disposable diapers, describing them as an environmental pollutant.
Kwekwe Central MP Masango Matambanadzo (Zanu PF) and his aide Burden Mawire, who were facing charges of assaulting a party colleague, were acquitted for lack of incriminating evidence at the end of the State case yesterday.