Monthly Archives: June 2016

Bulawayo resident appointed indigenous trees ambassador

Bulawayo resident appointed indigenous trees ambassador

GOVERNMENT has appointed Bulawayo resident, Ezra Bonde, as the country’s trees ambassador following his solo efforts to grow over one million indigenous trees by 2030 and save them from extinction.

Kombi driver gets community service for assaulting cop

Kombi driver gets community service for assaulting cop

A BULAWAYO-BASED commuter omnibus driver, Mvusi Mguni, was yesterday ordered to perform 105 hours of community service for resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer after he was found touting for customers at Egodini Bus terminus in the city.

Former PG Industries finance boss joins MSU

Former PG Industries finance boss joins MSU

THE Midlands State University has appointed former PG Industries finance director, Adam Zvandasara, as its new bursar to replace Mamelo Moyo who was recently convicted for failing to declare her interest in a company that supplied stationery to the institution.

Miner fights govt over invasion of claim

Miner fights govt over invasion of claim

A SMALL-SCALE miner from the Mphoengs area in Plumtree has filed an urgent High Court chamber application seeking the eviction of his rivals from the mining site.

Mbada Diamonds sued over fuel debt

Mbada Diamonds sued over fuel debt

MARANGE-BASED Mbada Diamonds (Private) Limited has been sued by fuel supplier, JK Motors (Pvt) Limited, over a $42 000 debt for fuel supplied last year.

Ex-Zipra combatants gun for Mutsvangwa

Ex-Zipra combatants gun for Mutsvangwa

SURVIVING members of the Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Army (Zipra) High Command have admonished their colleagues in the Zanu PF-aligned Zimbabwe National War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA) for seeking to prescribe a suitable candidate to succeed President Robert Mugabe.

Occupy City Hall protestors claim State intimidation

Occupy City Hall protestors claim State intimidation

A GROUP of anti-government protestors camped at Large City Hall in Bulawayo have claimed they are being intimidated by State security agents, who are demanding they abandon the protest.

Tyre dealer in court for smuggling

Tyre dealer in court for smuggling

A BULAWAYO tyre dealer has appeared in court for allegedly smuggling 280 tyres from Namibia, prejudicing the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) of duty amounting to $40 174, 68 in duty.

Meat vendors fuelling stock theft: Police

Meat vendors fuelling stock theft: Police

ZIMBABWE Republic Police’s national anti-stock theft co-ordinator, Senior Assistant Commissioner, Erasmus Makodza has called on local authorities to get tough with fresh meat vendors peddling their wares on the streets, accusing them of fuelling stock theft.

The late Mahlangu’s court case rages on

The late Mahlangu’s court case rages on

A POLICE detective investigating the alleged theft of $7 000 from the late Nkulumane MP Thamsanga Mahlangu’s account was yesterday…

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