Mines minister Walter Chidhakwa has said Murowa Diamonds should maintain standards set by former largest shareholder, Rio Tinto and not allow a situation where the company collapsed because it has been taken over by locals.
PROGRESSIVE Teachers’ Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) has embarked on nationwide campaign to encourage teachers to form housing co-operatives so that they can also be proud owners of urban homes.
Six out of 10 degree programmes in the faculty of arts at the Midlands State University (MSU) will from next year be relocated to the Zvishavane campus, the institution said in a notice.
A 23-YEAR-OLD self-proclaimed witch-doctor from Tshebetshebe village in Lupane has been slapped with 15 years’ imprisonment for raping a minor.
NEWLY-appointed Lupane State University (LSU) Vice-Chancellor Pardon Kuipa has set January next year as relocation date for the institution from Bulawayo to its Lupane campus.
Zimbabwe is economically sound and in perfect condition and those calling for change of government are misguided, a Zanu PF official has said
POLICE in Botswana have reportedly arrested a six-member gang of Zimbabweans believed to have been committing a series of robberies and break-ins in Gaborone and surrounding areas.