Monthly Archives: June 2015

Gweru to resume solar traffic lights project

Gweru to resume solar traffic lights project

The City of Gweru will resume installing solar-powered traffic lights after receiving $117 000 from the Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara), city engineer Praymore Mhlanga has said.

Zanu PF hounds MDC-T members out of SDC

Zanu PF hounds MDC-T members out of SDC

Three school development committee (SDC) members at Mutonhori Secondary School in Zaka perceived to be aligned to the MDC-T were allegedly hounded out by Zanu PF, it has emerged.

Bots MPs fume over treatment of Zimbabweans

Bots MPs fume over treatment of Zimbabweans

Botswana Members of Parliament have criticised the poor treatment of Zimbabwean visitors at the Ramokgwebana border post.

A continuation of God’s position on conflicts (Part 2)

A continuation of God’s position on conflicts (Part 2)

However, there are a number of actions and attitudes we can adopt to minimise conflicts with people within or without our church or ministry.

Sepp Blatter resigns as Fifa president

Sepp Blatter resigns as Fifa president

Sepp Blatter resigned as Fifa president on Tuesday in the face of a U.S.-led corruption investigation that has plunged world football’s governing body into the worst crisis in its history.

Cake lands TM workers in trouble

Cake lands TM workers in trouble

TWO TM Supermarkets workers in Victoria Falls, who were fired and dragged to court for fraud after they allegedly changed the price of a cake in the shop, yesterday told a magistrate their supervisor was to blame for the crime.

Goddard pleads for  ‘friendly’ policies

Goddard pleads for ‘friendly’ policies

THE GOVERNMENT has been urged to demonstrate a friendly welcome policy to attract potential business partners by, for example, removing countless roadblocks.

Nakamba realises Europa dream

Nakamba realises Europa dream

YOUNG Warriors midfielder Marvelous Nakamba will be playing Europa League football next season after his Dutch side Vitesse’s compressive 5-2 win over Heerenveen in the competition’s second leg playoff on Sunday.

Bulawayo has most lodgers in Zimbabwe

Bulawayo has most lodgers in Zimbabwe

BULAWAYO has the highest number of lodgers in Zimbabwe followed by Harare, according to a 2014 Zimbabwe Statistical Agency (Zimstat) survey.

Jailed flood victims seek freedom

Jailed flood victims seek freedom

FOUR Tokwe-Mukosi flood victims jailed for burning police vehicles in August last year while resisting relocation to a new site from Chingwizi Transit Camp in Masvingo without compensation have launched a fresh bid for freedom.

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