Monthly Archives: September 2015

Hwange says H1 coal, coke sales fall, targets region

Hwange says H1 coal, coke sales fall, targets region

Zimbabwe’s Hwange Colliery Company said on Wednesday its first-half coal and coke sales fell 10 percent after a slide in…

Six in ten Zimbabweans live in darkness, power shortages worsen

Six in ten Zimbabweans live in darkness, power shortages worsen

Six in ten Zimbabweans have no access to electricity, a senior government official said on Tuesday, adding that it was not normal for such a large section of the population to live in darkness.

Business meeting for revival of Bulawayo industry

Business meeting for revival of Bulawayo industry

A BREAKFAST business forum has been set for Bulawayo tomorrow at a hotel to discuss and deliberate on issues affecting Bulawayo industry and come up with possible solutions.

Condolence messages pour in for Bulawayo town clerk

Condolence messages pour in for Bulawayo town clerk

THE family of the late Bulawayo City Council town clerk, Middleton Nyoni has described him as loving and devoted husband, family member and community leader.

Former Masvingo mayor Chakabuda dies

Former Masvingo mayor Chakabuda dies

FORMER Masvingo mayor Alderman Femias Chakabuda has died. He was 64.

Ex-cop takes Chihuri, Chombo to court

Ex-cop takes Chihuri, Chombo to court

A FORMER member of the Zimbabwe Republic Police has sued Police Commissioner-General Augustine Chihuri and Home Affairs minister Ignatius Chombo…

’Vuzu parties’ swallow half of Bulawayo’s teens

’Vuzu parties’ swallow half of Bulawayo’s teens

AT least 47% of teenagers in Bulawayo are active participants in popular wild parties commonly known as vuzu, where dangerous drugs, alcohol abuse and sex competitions are held, a survey has indicated.

Zimasco burns as former employees hold management hostage

Zimasco burns as former employees hold management hostage

ABOUT 650 former Zimasco workers besieged the company’s offices in Kwekwe on Monday and caused a scene, after they briefly held more than 30 managers hostage, demanding their terminal benefits.

Tout in court for assaulting police officer

Tout in court for assaulting police officer

A TOUT at Egodini taxi rank in Bulawayo turned violent and assaulted a police officer while resisting arrest, before fleeing while in handcuffs.

D-Day for Silobela brother-in-law killer

D-Day for Silobela brother-in-law killer

An 17-year-old Silobela woman, who allegedly fatally stabbed her brother-in-law with a kitchen knife following an argument, will know her fate today.

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