Monthly Archives: January 2016

ZimRights slams new chiefs selection format

ZimRights slams new chiefs selection format

THE Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (ZimRights) yesterday expressed concern over the proposed new system of choosing chiefs saying it might result in political interference.

Man rapes, kills workmate

Man rapes, kills workmate

A 35-YEAR-OLD Chiwundura man who assaulted a workmate and raped her before killing her was yesterday acquitted of murder charges by a High Court judge on reason of insanity.

Your heart is where your treasure is

Your heart is where your treasure is

We discovered last week that the number one reason for divorce was and is lack of intentional investment in our…

Eskom public hearings continue in Mahikeng

Eskom public hearings continue in Mahikeng

The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) on Monday took the public hearings into Eskom’s application for electricity tariff hikes to Mahikeng, North West.

Getting to know the 5th gospel

Getting to know the 5th gospel

THE book of Hebrews has been called the 5th gospel. There are four gospels; Mathew, Mark, Luke, John. These describe Christ’s ministry on earth. The book of Hebrews is called the 5th gospel, because it describes the ministry of Christ in heaven.

Struggling NRZ awards chefs $70 000 in fees allowances

Struggling NRZ awards chefs $70 000 in fees allowances

TOP managers at the financially-struggling National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) have allegedly claimed about $70 000 as allowances for their children’s school fees at a time shop floor workers have gone for about a year without salaries.

Fistfights at MDC-T rally

Fistfights at MDC-T rally

CHAOTIC scenes reportedly marred an MDC-T rally held at Njube Hall in Bulawayo on Sunday, resulting in some party members being beaten up for supporting another faction.

Children deserve better

Children deserve better

CHILDREN are the mainstay of any population group. Humans value their children so much and naturally do everything possible to protect them from both inclement elements and mean-spirited others. Children, naturally, benefit from non-negotiable parenting instincts that are traits of humans and other species.

SA-based Zimbabweans donate stationery to Plumtree schools

SA-based Zimbabweans donate stationery to Plumtree schools

THREE South African-based Zimbabweans have joined hands to source textbooks, stationery and other learning material for their former schools in Mangwe, Plumtree in Matabeleland South province.

Poor eye sight causes accidents – ZOA

Poor eye sight causes accidents – ZOA

EYE specialists have challenged the Zimbabwe Traffic Safety Council to conduct a research on how poor eyesight among motorists has contributed to road carnage.

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