Gweru

Gweru braces for water shortages

Gweru braces for water shortages

GWERU’S main water source, Gwenoro Dam, is running dry as it is now only 5% full, amid fears of a serious water shortage in the Midlands capital.

Business as usual in Gweru

Business as usual in Gweru

People in Gweru continue with their usual business after the announcement of the presidential poll results last Saturday, with a mixture of indifference, hope and despair.

Bata shuts down

Bata shuts down

Shoe manufacturing company, Bata, shut down with effect from yesterday in what company officials say is phase one of the annual shutdown.

MDC-T official on violence charges

MDC-T official on violence charges

AN MDC-T official who allegedly forced a campaign manager for an independent candidate in Gweru to remove the party’s beret he was wearing has been taken to court facing political violence charges.

Gweru student to pay for $400 fraud

Gweru student to pay for $400 fraud

A former intern at Sino Zimbabwe Cement in Gweru, was last Friday ordered to pay $400, to the company after being convicted on two counts of fraud.

Gunman (70) escapes jail

Gunman (70) escapes jail

A 70-year-old man from Gweru was on Thursday lucky to escape a jail term after he was found guilty of discharging a firearm in a dispute involving prospecting for gold in an illegal area.

MSU lecturer acquitted over toothbrush tiff

MSU lecturer acquitted over toothbrush tiff

A MIDLANDS State University lecturer was yesterday acquitted on assault charges after his wife had taken him to court following a misunderstanding over a toothbrush.

Man to pay for breaking  Chicken Inn chair

Man to pay for breaking Chicken Inn chair

A 33-YEAR-OLD Gweru man fell asleep at a Chicken Inn fast-food outlet. Thinking a cleaner was about to strike him with a broom, in panic, he grabbed a chair and threw it at the janitor.

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