Monthly Archives: September 2015

Bulawayo city backs Intwasa

Bulawayo city backs Intwasa

BULAWAYO mayor Martin Moyo on Wednesday night said the local authority had swung its weight behind the annual Intwasa Arts Festival because it was a major drawcard for tourists eager to learn about the country’s cultures.

‘Lack of resources hindering progress’

‘Lack of resources hindering progress’

VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has cited lack of financial resources as frustrating efforts to set up provincial councils in line with provisions of the new Constitution.

Zim economy to continue sliding – PDP

Zim economy to continue sliding – PDP

ZIMBABWE will keep sliding the economic drain, as politicians across the political divide are at best selfish, and pursue “individualism politics”, Gorden Moyo, the secretary-general of People’s Democratic Party (PDP), said on Thursday.

Govt alarmed at levels of river pollution

Govt alarmed at levels of river pollution

ENVIRONMENT minister Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri yesterday said the government was alarmed at the high levels of pollution in most of the country’s rivers, adding there was urgent need for all stakeholders to resolve the crisis before the country experiences another water-related epidemic such as cholera.

Father kills 3-year-old handicapped son

Father kills 3-year-old handicapped son

AN Umguza man, Jeremiah Filbert Sibanda, is said to have struck and killed his 3-year-old handicapped son, stagemanaged the minor’s death and threatened his wife, Accurate Nyoni, with death if she reported the murder.

Minister laments Essar deal delays

Minister laments Essar deal delays

MIDLANDS Provincial Affairs minister Jason Machaya has lamented government delays in completing the Essar Africa takeover deal, adding the delays were impacting heavily on the lives of over 5 000 Ziscosteel employees.

Hwange district records highest new HIV infections

Hwange district records highest new HIV infections

HWANGE district in Matabeleland North has recorded the highest number of new HIV infections in the province since January, followed by Tsholotsho and Lupane.

Gold fight turns bloody

Gold fight turns bloody

A FIGHT over gold at Wallingford Gold Mine in Filabusi recently turned bloody as one of the villagers attacked his colleague with a beer bottle accusing him of stealing the mineral from his mine.

A comparison of four political parties’ manifestos

A comparison of four political parties’ manifestos

The Concise Oxford Dictionary defines a manifesto, as a public declaration of policy and aims issued before an election by a political party, candidate or government.

Hospital obtains court orders to attach patients’ property

Hospital obtains court orders to attach patients’ property

GWERU Provincial Hospital has finally been granted court orders to attach discharged patients’ property over unpaid bills.

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