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City workers cry foul

City workers cry foul

Bulawayo residents have condemned the Supreme Court ruling giving employers the nod to terminate workers’ contracts by giving them a three months’ notice, with some describing it as inhumane.

Govt plans to build 2 056 schools

Govt plans to build 2 056 schools

The government says it plans to rope in private players to assist in the construction of 2 056 new primary and secondary schools to ease pressure on the existing institutions.

Build your own power station, Chidhakwa tells complaining miners

Build your own power station, Chidhakwa tells complaining miners

BULAWAYO – Mines and Mining Development minister Walter Chidhakwa says mining companies in Zimbabwe should collaborate and build a power station to mitigate power shortages in the country.

Incest, child rape cases irk chiefs

Incest, child rape cases irk chiefs

CHIEFS in Nkayi District of Matabeleland North Province have expressed concern over the increase in the number of child rape and incest cases in the district, saying they handle nearly 20 such cases every month.

CSC loses more property

CSC loses more property

BULAWAYO – Property worth millions of dollars belonging to the state-owned meat processor, Cold Storage Company (CSC) is set to go under the hammer today over unpaid debt to the Bulawayo City Council.

Hands off Byo vendors, minister told

Hands off Byo vendors, minister told

MDC Renewal Bulawayo province has told Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere to exercise extreme caution when dealing with informal traders operating at undesignated sites in the city’s central business district.

Economic inequality: The haves, the have nots

Economic inequality: The haves, the have nots

ECONOMIC inequality can be measured by the distribution of wealth, income or consumption or between races, sexes, tribes, regions or individuals.

Operation this and that

Operation this and that

Since independence Zimbabwe has embarked on several high-profile operations led or coordinated by State security organs. Most of the operations had noble intents yet the methodologies or vehicles of achieving the desired results were appallingly calamitous.

Umguza school gets UK charity boost

Umguza school gets UK charity boost

Umguza Primary School which is facing a critical challenge of textbooks got a timely boost after it received thousands of dollars worth of learning materials from a United Kingdom-based trust.

NRZ reports $49 million loss, says future uncertain

NRZ reports $49 million loss, says future uncertain

State-owned National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) says it narrowed its losses in the full-year to December 2013 by 7% to $49 million but poor business and failure to recapitalise have left the parastatal facing a bleak future.

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