Monthly Archives: July 2015

What do you do when your spouse discovers you are cheating on them?

What do you do when your spouse discovers you are cheating on them?

CHEATING by spouses has become a huge set back and a threat to marriage. It has become a serious scandal against marriage and is responsible to possibly half of divorces ever experienced. Last week we looked at what one could do if they discover their spouse was cheating.

Gweru revenue collection declines

Gweru revenue collection declines

Gweru City Council revenue inflows declined by 50 % in a space of four months this year, raising fears the local authority will find it harder to meet salary obligations.

Drive to give region more dams

Drive to give region more dams

A CAMPAIGN code named “Give a Dam” has been initiated in Matabeleland to promote the construction, rehabilitation of small dams and irrigation schemes in rural areas.

Panners wreak havoc in Umzingwane

Panners wreak havoc in Umzingwane

UMZINGWANE MP William Dhewa says illegal gold miners from as far as Harare have flooded the Matabeleland South district in search of the precious mineral resulting in high crime rates.

Bata suspends workers

Bata suspends workers

BATA Shoe Company has suspended 10 members of the company’s workers committee and seven other employees for engaging in protests over non-payment of allowances.

Cecil the lion’s death: Hunter charged

Cecil the lion’s death: Hunter charged

A PROFESSIONAL hunter implicated in the killing of ‘Cecil’, the country’s best-known lion, appeared at the Hwange Magistrates Court yesterday charged with failure to prevent an illegal hunt.

AAG takes mayor to task again

AAG takes mayor to task again

THE Affirmative Action Group (AAG) has taken Bulawayo mayor Martin Moyo to task over council’s decision to sell land to his deputy Gift Banda in what it says were unclear circumstances.

Poly clerk has case to answer

Poly clerk has case to answer

A BULAWAYO magistrate Gladmore Mushove yesterday ruled that a Bulawayo Polytechnic College accountant accused of stealing $57 000 had a case to answer.

Zim funeral industry  wants duty exemption

Zim funeral industry wants duty exemption

THE funeral industry has offered to meet funeral expenses of people who die in national disasters on condition that government scraps duty on hearses and other burial equipment.

Soldier tries to rape school girl

Soldier tries to rape school girl

A Hwange-based soldier was yesterday sentenced to three years in prison for attempting to rape a seven-year-old.

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