HARARE mayor Bernard Manyenyeni has jumped to his Bulawayo counterpart Martin Moyo’s defence, over the latter’s acquisition of a top-of-the range car a year before elections.
THE 37 former Shabanie Mashaba Mines workers, who a few years ago resisted eviction, have now been thrown out of the company houses following a High Court order that they should vacate the places, the Southern Eye has established.
The opposition MDC-T has vowed to lead demonstrations by political parties under the National Electoral Reform Agenda (Nera) banner to fight government’s decision to hijack the procurement of biometric voter registration (BVR) kits from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
AN INSIZA farmer has taken former Sports minister Andrew Langa and a white farmer to court, over the alleged illegal occupation of a farm he was allocated by the government under the land reform programme.
ZIMBABWE Football Association (Zifa) vice-president, Omega Sibanda allegedly borrowed over $13 000 from a Bulawayo doctor which he is failing to pay back.
THE District Development Fund (DDF) has sued members of the Bulawayo Homeseekers – Hlalani Kuhle Consortium over a debt of $33 000 arising from the use of its graders, excavators and front-end loaders at their housing project in Cowdray Park.
GOVERNMENT has ordered local authorities to stop granting business licences to foreigners interested in sectors reserved for indigenous entrepreneurs.
MDC-T has reacted angrily to the recent expulsion of Bulawayo deputy mayor, Gift Banda and ward 21 councillor, Reuben Matengu, on charges of gross misconduct.
TSHOLOTSHO flood victims have appealed for more aid in the form of blankets, food and tents, among others, as the resources at their makeshift camp at Sipepa Clinic can no longer cope with the huge population.
Bulawayo High Court judge, Justice Lawrence Kamocha has ordered 11 Rouxdale farm villagers in Bubi district to stop interfering with the construction of a private boarding school by a local businessman.