Monthly Archives: March 2016

Couple swept away in flash floods

Couple swept away in flash floods

A MBERENGWA teacher, Freedom Chihwayi and his wife drowned on Friday after their car was swept away by a flooded…

MSU helps communities in guinea fowl project

MSU helps communities in guinea fowl project

MIDLANDS State University (MSU)’s department of animal and wildlife science has embarked on community-based income-generating projects, which will see the institution helping communities in guinea fowl production.

Greed fuelled illegal land sales: Kasukuwere

Greed fuelled illegal land sales: Kasukuwere

LOCAL Government minister, Saviour Kasukuwere, has blasted local authorities for disregarding their masterplans and at times turning land reserved for schools into residential stands, just to satisfy their bosses’ greed.

Zambian poacher jailed one year for firearms possession

Zambian poacher jailed one year for firearms possession

A ZAMBIAN poacher has been slapped with a 12-month jail term for illegal possession of firearms and dagga and entering the Zimbabwean border side without valid travel documents.

Gold panners threaten city dams

Gold panners threaten city dams

BULAWAYO City Council (BCC) has expressed concern over illegal gold panning activities, which have caused massive siltation of its supply dams at a time the local authority is battling acute water shortages.

‘Mujuru apologised to Nkomo over Econet insult’

‘Mujuru apologised to Nkomo over Econet insult’

Former Vice President Joice Mujuru’s newly-launched Zimbabwe People First (ZimPF) has responded to “efforts to resurrect her misunderstanding” with the late nationalist Joshua Nkomo over awarding Strive Masiyiwa a licence to launch telecommunications company Econet.

Dealing with difficult characters

Dealing with difficult characters

Why is it that some people get their kicks by being difficult? Difficult people are a major roadblock to your efforts to building. Dealing with them requires an ability to avoid the traps they lay.

Matabeleland South farmers venture into drip irrigation

Matabeleland South farmers venture into drip irrigation

FARMERS in Gwanda District have resorted to drip irrigation as a way of mitigating drought induced by climate changes, Southern Eye has established.

Gang lures, robs 3 police officers

Gang lures, robs 3 police officers

THREE members of the Zimbabwe Republic Police in Bulawayo last Saturday fell victim to a five-member robbery gang after they were lured to a bushy area outside their base ostensibly to investigate a robbery case.

Stanbic Bank ATMs roll out rands

Stanbic Bank ATMs roll out rands

STANBIC Bank clients in Bulawayo were on Monday surprised after the bank’s Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) rolled out South Africa rands instead of the United States dollar, raising speculation the country had resorted to use of rands as its main currency.

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