Monthly Archives: December 2015

Zimasco applies for judicial management

Zimasco applies for judicial management

THE Zimbabwe Mining and Smelting Company (Zimasco) has approached the High Court seeking to be placed under judicial management, after…

Rotary club of Byo South donates to Catholic University

Rotary club of Byo South donates to Catholic University

CATHOLIC University of Zimbabwe’s Bulawayo campus yesterday got a shot in the arm in the form of textbooks donated by Rotary Club of Bulawayo South.

‘Electorate has lost trust in Zanu PF’

‘Electorate has lost trust in Zanu PF’

THE opposition MDC-T’s Bulawayo province yesterday said the low voter turnout during the Nkulumane by-election, held at the weekend and won by Zanu PF, had proved that the electorate had lost trust in the ruling party.

Most companies will not open in January – policy analyst

Most companies will not open in January – policy analyst

BULAWAYO-BASED policy analyst, Butler Tambo has warned that a majority of firms currently operating at below capacity might not be able to reopen for business next year, as the economy continues to plunge.

Bubi awards CEO hefty benefits

Bubi awards CEO hefty benefits

BUBI Rural District Council (RDC) has resolved to literally pamper its chief executive officer, Patson Mlilo, with hefty benefits, including servicing his bank loan.

A tribute to the suffering people

A tribute to the suffering people

Notwithstanding the pervasive suffering afflicting most of her people, Zimbabwe’s future looks bright on account of her great people.

Urban council workers challenge salary cuts

Urban council workers challenge salary cuts

THE Zimbabwe Urban Council Workers’ Union (Zucwu) has petitioned the government-appointed commission in charge of Gweru City Council to reverse its decision to unilaterally cut their salaries, saying the move was a breach of labour laws.

RDZ calls for  debt forgiveness

RDZ calls for debt forgiveness

OPPOSITION Renewal Democrats of Zimbabwe (RDZ) secretary-general, Trust Chikohora has pleaded with the Zanu PF government to swallow its pride and beg for debt forgiveness from the country’s international financiers to avoid a debt “vicious cycle”.

‘Demolish all structures near railways, roads’

‘Demolish all structures near railways, roads’

GOVERNMENT has ordered the demolition of all illegal structures built within 70 metres and 45 metres on either side of railway lines and roads, respectively.

Govt mulls $2,5m Border Gezi youth fund

Govt mulls $2,5m Border Gezi youth fund

THE Zanu PF administration has pledged to extend a $2,5 million loan facility to graduates of its National Youth Service (NYS) programme to start their own self-help projects.

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