WORKERS at the country’s leading beverages manufacturer, Delta Beverages, yesterday conducted a clean-up exercise at Egodini and Renkini bus termini in Bulawayo, as part of efforts to keep the city clean.
THE driver of an unregistered commuter omnibus that overturned and killed three passengers along the Bulawayo-Victoria Falls Road in June last year has been convicted on three counts of culpable homicide.
ZIMBABWE People First (ZimPF) leader, Joice Mujuru, has said past human rights violations cannot be ignored, adding Zimbabweans are traumatised and need healing.
A NURSE stationed at Mabale Clinic in Dete has been acquitted of a culpable homicide charge levelled against her.
PARLIAMENT must resuscitate the African Parliamentarian Network Against Corruption (Apnec) to investigate corrupt officials in an effort to help weed out the vice, Senator David Chimhini said on Wednesday.
The Midlands region ranked top of three other provinces in road fatalities and the number of injured people between March to June, the Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe (TSCZ) has said.
NEWLY-RESETTLED Matabeleland South farmer, Sibongile Shava, has approached the High Court in Bulawayo seeking the eviction of former Rhodesian Prime Minister Howard Unwin Moffat’s grandson, Robert, from Oakland Farm in Insiza district.
A VICTORIA Falls tourism firm, Bush Cuisine Private Limited, has filed an urgent High Court chamber application challenging attachment of its property over a salary debt owed by its subsidiary, Mapopoma Private Limited.
THE proposed Local Government Bill has been roundly condemned by residents in different parts of the country, amid fears it could be used by the Zanu PF government, particularly Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere, to destabilise the opposition MDC-T-led local authorities.
GWERU Provincial Hospital has for the second time engaged the services of debt collectors in a bid to recover money owed by patients in bills accrued last year.