Monthly Archives: October 2015

Horse trailer packed with cigarettes seized at SA-Zim border

Horse trailer packed with cigarettes seized at SA-Zim border

Beitbridge — South African customs officials have been uncovering inventive ways that criminals use to smuggle illegal goods – the…

Gweru hikes rates tariffs by 60%

Gweru hikes rates tariffs by 60%

Gweru City Council has hiked rates and tariffs by 50% with effect from August this year, a move that has raised the ire of residents.

Khupe driver has robbery case to answer

Khupe driver has robbery case to answer

OPPOSITION MDC-T vice-president Thokozani Khupe’s driver Witness Dube and fellow party member Kunashe Muchemwa have been put to their defence in a motor vehicle robbery case after a Bulawayo magistrate dismissed their application for discharge on Wednesday.

PDP to convene in Bulawayo

PDP to convene in Bulawayo

THE Tendai Biti-led People’s Democratic Party (PDP)’s general council will next week convene in Bulawayo to wrap up some of its outstanding issues from its inaugural congress, before launching its two policy documents.

Cop in court for assaulting colleague at parade

Cop in court for assaulting colleague at parade

A CANTEEN manager at Hillside Police Station in Bulawayo, who was recently acquitted of charges of stealing goods worth $1 651 from his workplace, was on Tuesday back in court, this time charged with assaulting a colleague during parade.

NBSZ justifies selling donated blood to patients

NBSZ justifies selling donated blood to patients

MASVINGO — The National Blood Services Zimbabwe (NBSZ) has justified the high cost of donated blood sold to patients, saying…

EMA targets zero deaths during fire season in Midlands

EMA targets zero deaths during fire season in Midlands

The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has set a target of zero deaths in Midlands province during this year’s veld fire season, an official said.

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