ONE of Beitbridge’s top citrus estates is on the verge of collapse after a soldier moved in to evict the owner yesterday at a time
30 000 trees are dying due to disruptions at the property.
A BEITBRIDGE lands officer has been accused of parcelling out land meant for wildlife to villagers in disregard of a High Court order which barred the invasion of the property.
Actions of Beitbridge lands officer, Mutilisa Moyo, backed up by police partisanship, and now the “the Sheriff’s Office” refusing to action High Court orders using the lack of a police escort as an excuse, is threatening the very future of Denlynian Farm, a pristine wildlife sanctuary.
Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa today (Wednesday) said operationalisation of the Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA) One-Stop Shop Investment Centre (OSS) is a prerequisite to revive the comatose economy in Zimbabwe that will simplify and quicken investment processes.
PROMINENT Beitbridge farmer Ian Ferguson has accused the district’s top police officer of paying a blind eye to wanton poaching and theft of property at Denlynian Farm.
A WIDOWED Beitbridge woman has opened up about her hellish existence since Home Affairs minister Kembo Mohadi made moves to take over her land.
A FISHING escapade of three juveniles ended in tragedy on Sunday afternoon when two drowned in Tsururu River in Beitbridge.
Inkululeko Yabatsha School of Arts (Iyasa) will be the toast of Beitbridge this weekend as the border town hosts a two-day arts festival.
POPULAR South African music outfit Big Nuz left Beitbridge revellers calling for more after putting on a polished performance at Pagomba Café in the border town on Saturday.
A 46-YEAR-OLD man yesterday pleaded guilty to smuggling goods worth $1 082 from South Africa