FORMER Redcliff municipality town clerk, Elizabeth Gwatipedza was reportedly chosen as Gweru town clerk soon after she emerged the top candidate for the post in interviews recently held in the Midlands capital, NewsDay has established.
A local pressure group, Bulawayo Youths Arise (Buya) has embarked on a voter registration awareness exercise, targeting the youth ahead of the 2018 elections.
About 1,5 million Zimbabweans are diabetic, with some of them unaware they have the condition, Health minister David Parirenyatwa has revealed.
ZAPU has threatened to stage demonstrations to force President Robert Mugabe’s government to return the party’s properties, which were seized in the early 1980s.
VILLAGERS at Tshayile area in Bubi, Matabeleland North province face eviction allegedly to pave way for Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko, who reportedly wants to construct his homestead on top of a mountain that lies on their land.
POLITICAL parties and pressure groups in Matabeleland region have described the late former Zanu PF politburo member and Midlands governor, Cephas Msipa, as the face of the 1987 Unity Accord signed by PF-Zapu and Zanu PF to end the Gukurahundi atrocities.
MDC-T national organising secretary, Abednico Bhebhe, has declared that God will intervene and “remove” President Robert Mugabe from power if the 92-year-old Zanu PF leader rigs his way back into power in the crunch 2018 election.
BIKITA West Parliamentary aspirant, Elias Musakwa’s third bid to land the seat has been frustrated, after the Zanu PF Masvingo provincial committee (PEC) blocked him from contesting the forthcoming by-election on the party’s ticket over his alleged links to former Vice-President Joice Mujuru’s Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) party.
ZIMBABWE Republic Police’s national anti-stock theft co-ordinator, Senior Assistant Commissioner, Erasmus Makodza has called on local authorities to get tough with fresh meat vendors peddling their wares on the streets, accusing them of fuelling stock theft.
THE inclusion of former war veterans’ leader Jabulani Sibanda in the opposition Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) party’s top leadership has reportedly stirred controversy, with some Bulawayo party members saying they were uncomfortable with his alleged past human rights abuses.