Monthly Archives: December 2015

7-year-old seeks help

7-year-old seeks help

seven-year-old Tanyaradza Masendeke of Epworth, near Harare, who suffers from Xeroderma pigmentosum and has developed cancer on her tongue, is seeking assistance to travel to South Africa for a crucial operation.

MP warns govt over debts takeover

MP warns govt over debts takeover

BULAWAYO South MP Eddie Cross (MDC-T) has warned that government’s continued takeover of debts of State enterprises and parastatals will see an additional $3 billion of new debt on top of the $8bn debt that is already bedevilling the country.

Come up with comprehensive voter registration methodology: ZEC urged

Come up with comprehensive voter registration methodology: ZEC urged

AN election watchdog has called on the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to come up with a comprehensive voter registration methodology, to ensure all voters are captured in one single voters’ roll, not two as was the case in the recent Nkulumane by-election.

More suffering, anguish in 2016 – ZCTU

More suffering, anguish in 2016 – ZCTU

The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) has predicted more suffering and anguish in 2016, saying more job losses and company closures are imminent, unless the government radically changes its policies.

Shut up, Mphoko told

Shut up, Mphoko told

VICE-PRESIDENT Phelekezela Mphoko must “shut up” on issues to do with Gukurahundi atrocities, unless he wants to confess that he was part to the bloody crackdwon, the opposition Zapu has said.

‘Mugabe will win next poll’

‘Mugabe will win next poll’

A former MDC-T legislator has bucked the trend in his party, saying President Robert Mugabe will win the next election,…

Nigerian Pastor’s $70k theft case adjourned to January

Nigerian Pastor’s $70k theft case adjourned to January

THE trial of Bulawayo-based Nigerian businessperson and church leader, Oma Alphonsus Achinulo, accused of stealing $70 000 from his Zimbabwean…

Cattle buyers ‘cheat’ desperate Plumtree villagers

Cattle buyers ‘cheat’ desperate Plumtree villagers

VILLAGERS in Plumtree are reportedly being swindled by cattle buyers, who are offering as little as $270 per beast, as…

Gweru Council offers stands in lieu of salary arrears

Gweru Council offers stands in lieu of salary arrears

THE Gweru City Council has offered residential stands as payment for outstanding salaries, for workers at its financially-struggling entity —…

Govt secures loan for construction of classrooms, staff houses

Govt secures loan for construction of classrooms, staff houses

GOVERNMENT has secured a $20 million loan facility from its Chinese development partner, Ofid for construction of classrooms and staff…

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