Environment

Council targets residents to repair roads

Council targets residents to repair roads

Bulawayo City Council has set aside over $1 million for training and payment of residents engaged to carry out road maintenance programmes.

‘Economy not conducive  for ‘O’ Level internship programmes’

‘Economy not conducive for ‘O’ Level internship programmes’

FORMER Education minister David Coltart says government plans to introduce an internship programme for “O” Level students were bound to falter under the current economic environment.

Zimbabweans stay put in SA

Zimbabweans stay put in SA

THE majority of Zimbabweans based in South Africa are not keen to come back despite their exposure to xenophobic attacks as they fear arbitrary arrests and possible disappearance at the hands of the Zanu PF government, former minister David Coltart has said.

Residents slam govt over prepaid water meters

Residents slam govt over prepaid water meters

BULAWAYO residents’ associations have condemned government’s proposal that local authorities should introduce prepaid water meters.

ZITF sells 75% of space for WASHen Expo

ZITF sells 75% of space for WASHen Expo

THE Zimbabwe International Trade Fair company has sold about 75% of available space for its new initiative known as Water, Sanitation and Energy Expo (WASHen) scheduled for September 25 to 26 at the ZITF grounds in Bulawayo, an official has said.

Mugabe age doesn’t  matter: Kasukuwere

Mugabe age doesn’t matter: Kasukuwere

Environment, Water and Climate Saviour Kasukuwere says President Robert Mugabe has proved himself as a capable leader.

Government acts on poaching

Government acts on poaching

OVER 100 elephants have been poisoned by poachers since last year despite the government introducing deterrent measures like 18-year sentences for culprits, Environment, Water and Climate minister Saviour Kasukuwere has said.

Minister threatens to close Byo firms 

Minister threatens to close Byo firms 

ENVIRONMENT, Water and Climate minister Saviour Kasukuwere yesterday threatened to close all Bulawayo companies discharging raw sewage into the Umguza River saying they were committing murder by poisoning people and livestock.

Cross urges forests probe

Cross urges forests probe

BULAWAYO South MP Eddie Cross has called for investigations into the continued cutting down of indigenous trees raising fears of deforestation in Matabeleland North.

Residents should be environmentally conscious

Residents should be environmentally conscious

BULAWAYO Provincial Affairs minister Eunice Sandi-Moyo on Friday said residents should be taught about waste management as a way of ensuring a clean environment.

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