Monthly Archives: February 2016

Zinasu chides State univesities over priorities

Zinasu chides State univesities over priorities

THE Zimbabwe National Students’ Union (Zinasu) has blasted authorities at State universities for funding President Robert Mugabe’s birthday bash at the expense of students’ welfare.

Govt moves to curb public finance leakages

Govt moves to curb public finance leakages

FINANCE minister Patrick Chinamasa says the Public Finance Management Act will soon be reviewed to strengthen existing governance and accountability arrangements to curb financial leakages in ministries and parastatals.

Nust hunts for new Vice-Chancellor

Nust hunts for new Vice-Chancellor

NATIONAL University of Science and Technology (Nust) is hunting for a substantive vice-chancellor to replace the late Professor Lindela Ndlovu, who died in November last year.

Zipra combatants to rewrite ‘distorted liberation war history’

Zipra combatants to rewrite ‘distorted liberation war history’

DISGRUNTLED former Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Army (Zipra) combatants, who recently broke ranks with the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association (ZNLWVA), yesterday said their new welfare organisation, to be launched next month, would also seek to re-write the country’s distorted liberation war history.

Homeseekers pull out of Gweru housing project

Homeseekers pull out of Gweru housing project

BUYERS of residential stands have pulled out of Gweru City Council’s new Mkoba 21 housing scheme, accusing the local authority of reneging on its promise to service the stands after offering them to the public last year, Southern Eye has learnt.

Coalition only way to dislodge Zanu PF: Ncube

Coalition only way to dislodge Zanu PF: Ncube

MDC leader Welshman Ncube on Saturday issued the strongest call for opposition forces in the country to unite and remove President Robert Mugabe and Zanu PF from power so that the work of rebuilding the country could resume.

No investment without voting rights: Diasporans

No investment without voting rights: Diasporans

ZIMBABWEANS in the Diaspora have pledged to invest back home and help resuscitate the economy, which is starved of foreign direct investment, on condition the Zanu PF-led government allows them to exercise their voting rights.

‘No money to set up provincial councils’

‘No money to set up provincial councils’

GOVERNMENT does not have money to set up provincial councils as provided for in the Constitution, Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa told Senate last week.

Hwange Zanu PF councillor back in court

Hwange Zanu PF councillor back in court

A HWANGE Zanu PF councillor, who was last year sentenced to perform 420 hours of community service after being convicted of defrauding a desperate Bulawayo home seeker, was on Tuesday this week back in court charged with defrauding other home seekers of more than $19 300.

Mvuma court clerk jailed 30 months

Mvuma court clerk jailed 30 months

A MVUMA circuit court clerk who last year forged two Gweru magistrates’ signatures and withdrew $547 from the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) bank account was yesterday jailed for an effective 30 months after he was convicted on two counts of forgery.

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