National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ)

NRZ search for general manager continues

NRZ search for general manager continues

THE struggling National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) says it is still hunting for a general manager after claiming that 40 candidates failed interviews last year.

147 suicide cases on NRZ lines

147 suicide cases on NRZ lines

THE National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) has said it is worried at the number of suicide cases, where people, unhappy with life, throw themselves in front of on-coming trains or sat in railway lines, as economic and social hardships continue to bite.

Railway workers sleep at main station

Railway workers sleep at main station

SEVERAL National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) employees on Tuesday reportedly slept at the main railway station in protest over non-payment of salaries, with officials saying they had no financial solutions.

Land reform blamed for industry collapse

Land reform blamed for industry collapse

THE closure of some industries in Bulawayo has been blamed on the fast track land reform programme that contributed to the deterioration of Zimbabwe’s food security.

NRZ employee faces jail term for stealing diesel

NRZ employee faces jail term for stealing diesel

AN EMPLOYEE with the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) is in trouble after he allegedly decided to steal 25 litres of diesel from the parastatal’s diesel plant, where he was employed as a fitter.

NRZ prioritises bonuses for workers

NRZ prioritises bonuses for workers

THE National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) says it will delay the payment of March 2014 salaries, which were due at the end of this month, as it prioritises paying bonus for its workers.

NRZ scouts for new GM

NRZ scouts for new GM

THE National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) has begun scouting for a new substantive general manager to replace Air Commodore Retired Mike Karakadzai who died late in 2013 in a car accident.

NRZ employees up for fraud

NRZ employees up for fraud

TWO National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) employees are in trouble over more than ZW$932 900 which they allegedly defrauded a former employee who was being compensated every month after he incurred injuries while on duty in 1994.

NRZ saboteur  blames evil spirits

NRZ saboteur blames evil spirits

A TSHABALALA man in Bulawayo, who went berserk and destroyed 14 rail signal lights belonging to the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ), yesterday told Bulawayo magistrate Charity Maphosa that he was possessed by his ancestors who cause him to be violent.

No Harare-Byo train for a month

No Harare-Byo train for a month

THE National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) is yet to resume the Bulawayo-Harare passenger train service over a month after coaches were badly damaged by a derailment at Heany Junction.

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