THE Joice Mujuru-led National People’s Party (NPP) Bulawayo chapter has elected its new provincial leadership, replacing the team that had been in office since the former Vice-President broke ranks with Zanu PF to venture into opposition politics.
TRADE unionists have accused top officials at Chinese-run companies in the Midlands province of being uncooperative when consulted on labour-related issues, claiming to be well-connected to top government officials.
A DELTA Beverages employee based in Bulawayo has landed himself in trouble after he allegedly called his boss claiming to be a State security agent and ordered him to report to the Central Intelligence Offices in the city to answer to allegations of practising tribalism and blocking employees from attending President Robert Mugabe’s birthday celebrations.
ZIMBABWE People’s Revolutionary Army (ZIPRA) ex-combatants have launched a trust fund to raise fees for underprivileged pupils in all parts of the country.
A SUSPECTED armed robber who pounced on a Bulawayo pharmacy and got away withover $642 has appeared in court charged with robbery.
A COMMERCIAL farmer from Matabeleland South, Clinton Rogers, is back in court on accusations that he ignored the compulsory acquisition of Atherstone Farm in West Nicholson for resettlement of local people.
The government should charge informal traders a levy as a way of increasing revenue to fight the HIV and Aids pandemic, Matabeleland North Provincial Affairs minister Cain Mathema has said.
SENIOR Zanu PF officials have been implicated in violent clashes over gold claims in the Midlands province, a government official has said.
AN erratic customs and excise online system has caused major delays in processing of imports and exports at all the country’s ports of entry.
ZIMBABWE has the capacity to turn around the fortunes of the economy despite a tenuous business environment and poor infrastructure, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) senior economic adviser Amarakoon Bandara said last week.