Monthly Archives: May 2016

Vic Falls to rename streets after luminaries

Vic Falls to rename streets after luminaries

THE Victoria Falls City Council says it will shortly embark on an exercise to rename some of its streets and avenues which were named during the colonial era.

Mthwakazi fires spokesperson

Mthwakazi fires spokesperson

SECCESSIONIST Mthwakazi Liberation Front (MLF) faces collapse amid reports it has fired its spokesperson, David Magagula, hardly a month after its Botswana-based leader General Nandinandi (Fidelis Ncube) stepped down.

Home Affairs Parly committee to descend on Byo, Mat North

Home Affairs Parly committee to descend on Byo, Mat North

THE Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Defence, Home Affairs and Security is descending on Bulawayo and Matabeleland North provinces’ Registrar-General’s offices…

Kasukuwere defies council  over  stands

Kasukuwere defies council over stands

LOCAL Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere has defied protests by Bulawayo City Council and other key stakeholders and gone ahead to invite tenders for the development of a “stand-alone” youths suburb in the city.

Kenya’s ivory burning raises questions

Kenya’s ivory burning raises questions

Kenya’s biggest ivory and rhino horn burning ritual on April 30 2016 was done supposedly to send a message to poachers that there is not enough ivory to trade and that there is need to stop illegal trade. More than 100 tonnes of ivory valued at about $29 million, at today’s black market prices went up in smoke.

Magistrate bemoans increase in sodomy cases in Midlands

Magistrate bemoans increase in sodomy cases in Midlands

GWERU regional magistrate Morgan Nemadire has expressed concern over the increase in sodomy cases in the Midlands province.

’Sexual activity rife among adolescent girls’

’Sexual activity rife among adolescent girls’

HEALTH experts in the Midlands province have expressed concern over the sharp rise in sexual activity among adolescent girls, particularly…

Christian leaders moot school boycott over national pledge

Christian leaders moot school boycott over national pledge

CHRISTIAN organisations in Bulawayo have called on parents to boycott sending their children to school today to force government to rescind its decision to roll out its proposed National Pledge programme, which they described as a violation to their freedom of worship.

Tsholotsho ghost haunts VP

Tsholotsho ghost haunts VP

Former Zimbabwe Sugar Milling Industry Workers’ Union (ZISMIWU) secretary-general Admore Hwarare launched a scathing attack on Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa for allegedly failing to defend Zanu PF officials who had supported his candidature during the ill-fated Tsholotsho declaration in 2004.

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