Monthly Archives: June 2015

Fresh calls for Ndebele Kingdom revival

Fresh calls for Ndebele Kingdom revival

BULAWAYO — A book narrating the history of the conquest of the Matabeleland region by white colonialists has rekindled calls for the restoration of the collapsed Ndebele kingdom.

Zvishavane families face eviction

Zvishavane families face eviction

ABOUT 34 families are facing eviction in Zvishavane where they used to work for the collapsed Shabanie Mashaba Mines once owned by businessman Mutumwa Mawere.

Drone owners urged to register

Drone owners urged to register

THE Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) has advised owners of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) — popularly known as drones — to register their gadgets.

150 students to benefit under the Presidential Scholarship Programme

150 students to benefit under the Presidential Scholarship Programme

GOVERNMENT has invited about 150 students wishing to pursue various studies at South African universities to submit applications for the 2016 Presidential Scholarship Programme.

Jonathan Moyo fuels Twitter wars

Jonathan Moyo fuels Twitter wars

Jonathan Moyo’s social media spats using unrestrained language are uncalled for and unstrategic for someone who doubles as a “Information minister and government spokesperson”, analysts have said.

Msipa: Zanu PF’s voice of reason

Msipa: Zanu PF’s voice of reason

President Robert Mugabe alienated one of the most level headed minds in Zanu PF by tacitly supporting the brutal purges that rocked the former guerrilla movement.

Zimbabwe teen pregnancies fuel demand for illegal abortions

Zimbabwe teen pregnancies fuel demand for illegal abortions

The death of a 15-year-old Zimbabwean schoolgirl during an apparent botched abortion this month has spurred calls for stronger efforts to prevent teenage pregnancies and unsafe terminations.

Byo defies Chombo

Byo defies Chombo

BULAWAYO City Council has told Local Government minister Ignatius Chombo that it cannot be railroaded into removing vendors from undesignated sites in the central business district without alternative trading places.

MDC members to pay subscriptions

MDC members to pay subscriptions

THE cash-strapped opposition MDC led by Welshman Ncube has directed its members to start paying monthly and yearly subscriptions ranging from $1 to $72 to “foster a spirit of party ownership”.

Shurugwi embarks on small grains project

Shurugwi embarks on small grains project

Communities in parts of Shurugwi have embarked on a small grains project aimed at creating a food safety net in the drought-prone district.

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