THE governing Zanu PF party yesterday said it had donated part of its exhibition space to 70 Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to exhibit their wares at this year’s ongoing Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) in Bulawayo.
GOVERNMENT has so far amended over 154 out of the 206 laws that require realignment with the new Constitution, Attorney-General Prince Machaya, has said.
THE Bulawayo Progressive Residents’ Association (BPRA) has confronted the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) demanding clarity over a tender involving the relocation of a preschool in Makokoba to open way for a garage.
POLICE have reportedly failed on two occasions to subpoena Prophetic, Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries leader Walter Magaya to testify in the Mbizo Stadium stampede inquest, despite being ordered by the National Prosecuting Authority to bring him to court.
THE European Union (EU) says it is still trying to find ways to assist Zimbabwe upgrade the Beitbridge Border Post…
Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s ally and Zanu PF politburo member, Joram Gumbo has been thrust into the hot seat of acting Midlands provincial chairperson for the next three months, as the ruling party seeks to restore order in the deeply divided region.
THE Welshman Ncube-led MDC has called on former PF-Zapu members to secure their own piece of land to conduct separate burials for their national heroes, accusing the Zanu PF government of monopolising the National Heroes Acre.
MIDLANDS State University’s (MSU) acting director of health, Tafirenyika Shoko, has said there is massive condom usage at the institution, with students using at least 5 000 condoms each month.
POLITICAL pressure group, Ibhetshu LikaZulu, has applied to the local authority to have Barbourfields Stadium named after the late Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Army (Zipra) commander and Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) deputy commander, Lookout Masuku.
LABOUR and Social Welfare minister Prisca Mupfumira (pictured), yesterday issued a show-cause order directing all striking National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) workers to return to work within 24 hours or risk being fired.