Govt under pressure over water crisis

Government refused and instead deployed a technical committee to find solutions to the water crisis.
By Sharon Sibindi 19h ago
Man arrested for raping niece
Man arrested for raping niece
Lizwe Nyoni pleaded not guilty when he appeared before Bulawayo regional magistrate, Mathew Mutiro last Wednesday.
By Daniel Moyo 19h ago
Masvingo council boss in vehicle scandal
Mukaratirwa was remanded out of custody to August when he appeared at the Masvingo magistrates court facing fraud charges last week.
By William Vundla 19h ago
The heroes behind rise in health-seeking behaviour in Umguza
Village health workers have forged a transformative partnership with community influencers to increase demand for, and access to primary healthcare services
By Farai Mutsaka 19h ago
Hwange battles service delivery disruptions
Hwange Local Board (HLB) director of engineering services Ndabezinhle Twala, said they had the capacity to improve service delivery provided there was requisite machinery.
By Sharon Sibindi 19h ago
NGOs rescue Bulawayo, fund boreholes rehab
Mayor David Coltart told Southern Eye this week that NGOs had come to their rescue by mobilising resources to solve the water crisis in the city.
By Patricia Sibanda Jul. 13, 2024
Bulawayo Senator bemoans shortage of haemodialysis facilities
Sibanda said patients with kidney ailments needed a lot of support through medication and dialysis, adding that the treatment was expensive.
By Peter Dube Jul. 13, 2024
Electricity cable bursts rile Mzilikazi residents
The residents told Southern Eye that the bursts had become so frequent that not a day passes without one incident.
By Abigail Ncube Jul. 13, 2024
US$ shortage cripples Byo road works
Coltart told Southern Eye in an interview that council is struggling to procure road maintenance materials due to funding constraints.
By Peter Dube Jul. 12, 2024
Byo Poly inks deal with Naminian college
The memorandum was signed at the Bulawayo Polytechnic on Wednesday, where the Namibian institution was represented by its executive director and co-founder, Elia Haufiku.
By Bongile Moyo Jul. 12, 2024
Binga fishing camp engulfed by fire
The fire, which occurred last week, destroyed at least 30 huts.
By Obert Siamulandu Jul. 12, 2024
Umzingwane RDC upgrades waste systems
Council chief executive officer Sithembiso Sibanda said the system upgrade was meant to ensure that its waste systems cope with the growing population.
By William Vundla Jul. 12, 2024
Shortage of ZiG coins, notes affects Byo vendors
Bulawayo Streetwise Informal Traders Association director Percy Mcijo told Southern Eye that the shortage of ZiG coins and notes is making the lives of vendors difficult.
By Patricia Sibanda Jul. 11, 2024
SA police launch manhunt for Zim murderer
Provincial Commissioner of Limpopo, Lieutenant-General Thembi Hadebe, ordered a team of investigators to intensify efforts to locate and apprehend Musoyi.
By Rex Mphisa Jul. 11, 2024
Matopo Hills clean-up campaign
More Knowledge With Action Conservation Education founder Nqobile Mkhwananzi, said there was a lot of pollution at Matopo Hills.
By Margaret Lubinda Jul. 11, 2024
Sinyoka residents applaud BCC service delivery
Village development committee leader for Robert Sinyoka (ward 17) Saison Maseko said the local authority was making efforts to minimise the water problem.
By William Vundla Jul. 10, 2024
Power challenges delay Go Beer re-opening
Chivhoko said the Go Beer investment would not only revitalise the brewery industry in the Midlands capital, but also create jobs while stimulating economic growth.
By Stephen Chadenga Jul. 10, 2024
Man stabs girlfriend for cheating
The matter was reported to the police and the victim was referred to hospital for medical assistance.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Jul. 10, 2024
Over US$2 000 collected as BCC, police raid gold panners
Council said in the fight against mineral and sand poaching in Greater Bulawayo, extended operations were conducted mostly in the high-density suburbs.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 10, 2024
Tragic end to fight for passengers
He said an altercation ensued, resulting in Ncube stabbing the other tout with an Okapi knife once on the left side of the abdomen and once on the left palm.
By Bongile Moyo Jul. 10, 2024
Govt allocates set top boxes to Binga chiefs
In 2022, then Information deputy minister Kindness Paradza revealed that the government would for the first time in 42 years connect Binga to local television and radio.
By Patricia Sibanda Jul. 9, 2024
Police search for missing senior citizen
Msebele said Mudarikwa left home last week and was never seen since then.
By Daniel Moyo Jul. 9, 2024
Bubi small-scale miners face cocktail of challenges
Ndlovu said miners were supposed to engage villagers and landowners if conflicts arose.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 8, 2024
Lifeline for Bulilima villagers
He said the Twayitwayi Primary School project was going on well with the assistance of Khami Prison
By Nizbert Moyo Jul. 8, 2024
Zim must rejoin the Commonwealth: Mwonzora
Mwonzora lamented the continued isolation, saying the move is affecting the nation economically and socially.
By William Vundla Jul. 8, 2024
Bulawayo water crisis worsens as boreholes break down
Town clerk Christopher Dube urged residents to pool resources together for borehole construction and repairs.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 8, 2024
Bubi villagers protest minister’s sacking
On Wednesday, villagers in his constituency pleaded with Mnangagwa to reinstate him, saying his expulsion was a harsh decision.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 7, 2024
Matabeleland chiefs speak out against looting
Zimbabweans were left alarmed recently following reports of million dollar scandals involving Zanu PF linked businessmen such as convicted fraudster
By Blessing Karubwa Jul. 7, 2024