Monthly Archives: November 2015

Youth centre set to curb HIV prevalence in Zvishavane

Youth centre set to curb HIV prevalence in Zvishavane

BIGBOY Murenga, Zimbabwe’s brand ambassador for the World Organisation of the Scout Movement, has set up a youth skills centre aimed at reducing crime rate and curb the prevalence of HIV among youths in Zvishavane and surrounding areas.

Former MSU student storms property market

Former MSU student storms property market

MIDLANDS province’s youngest entrepreneur and property developer, Tinashe Manzungu, has been crowned provincial Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Businessperson of the Year.

Disabled persons demand equal access to public toilets

Disabled persons demand equal access to public toilets

People living with disabilities across the country fail to have full access to basic public amenities, due to wide lack of structures friendly to disabled persons, a representative of the disabled has said.

PDP threatens to petition Bulawayo over Ingwebu

PDP threatens to petition Bulawayo over Ingwebu

OPPOSITION People’s Democratic Party Bulawayo province has threatened to petition the Bulawayo City Council (BCC), over what it termed the fast collapse of Ingwebu Breweries, due to suspected mismanagement.

Woman in soup over baby-dumping

Woman in soup over baby-dumping

A WOMAN from Avoca in Filabusi under Chief Maduna has been locked up in remand cells, pending trial for attempted murder after she allegedly dumped her baby in a pit latrine, claiming she was not able to sustain him since she was unemployed.

Chief sues village head, 6 others over piece of land

Chief sues village head, 6 others over piece of land

Chief Zephania Sigola in Umzingwane District has sued a village head and six villagers over a piece of land, which the local leader allocated to other villagers reportedly without the chief’s consent.

Bulawayo heavies to lose properties

Bulawayo heavies to lose properties

Mutare-based Hollands Estate Agents and Auctioneers is due to auction properties, including vast tracts of land owned by Bulawayo businesspeople, over outstanding debts to various banks and the Bulawayo City Council

Zapu youths up in arms against executive

Zapu youths up in arms against executive

OPPOSITION ZAPU youths in Bulawayo are up in arms against their executive whom they accused of being invisible since they got into office only to resurface towards the party’s congress this month.

Byo vendors face another onslaught

Byo vendors face another onslaught

BULAWAYO City Council is set to launch another blitz on illegal street vendors from tomorrow, warning it would not hesitate to prosecute those arrested.

Mugabe pressures MSU to hold another graduation ceremony

Mugabe pressures MSU to hold another graduation ceremony

Midlands State University (MSU) is set to hold another graduation ceremony on December 10 after its Chancellor, President Robert Mugabe, reportedly queried the low number of graduates last week.

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