TRANSPORT and Infrastructure Development minister Obert Mpofu

Crime syndicate targets minister

Crime syndicate targets minister

Police claim an international criminal syndicate was behind the recent theft of Transport and Infrastructure Development minister Obert Mpofu’s top-of-the-range Toyota Prado vehicle in Bulawayo.

Minister urges transparency in roads funds

Minister urges transparency in roads funds

TRANSPORT and Infrastructure Development minister Obert Mpofu has urged road funds authorities to be transparent and accountable to the public on the use of funds generated for road infrastructure development.

Residents resist tollgates

Residents resist tollgates

BULAWAYO Progressive Residents’ Association (Bpra) has vowed to mobilise residents in resisting the erection of tollgates within the city, a development that city fathers seem to have endorsed.

Sibanda deserves justice

Sibanda deserves justice

ZIMBABWE has a history of political violence that dates back to the Gukurahundi massacres in the Midlands and Matabeleland, with victims still unable to access justice despite a new constitutional dispensation.

Ex-guard tortured at minister’s house

Ex-guard tortured at minister’s house

A SECURITY guard, who was employed by Transport and Infrastructure Development minister Obert Mpofu and was assaulted by the minister’s aides last year in July for attending a Zapu rally in Victoria Falls, is now disabled.

Air Zimbabwe seeks new aircraft

Air Zimbabwe seeks new aircraft

Air Zimbabwe is in negotiations with Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier to acquire a new fleet of airplanes to replace its ageing fleet, Transport and Infrastructure Development minister Obert Mpofu said on Wednesday.

Mugabe aide defiant

Mugabe aide defiant

ONE of President Robert Mugabe’s closest aides Ray Ndhlukula has finally chased Figtree farmer David Connolly out of his farm and taken over crops worth thousands of dollars.

Mpofu disowns invaders

Mpofu disowns invaders

TRANSPORT and Infrastructure Development minister Obert Mpofu yesterday blasted people behind the latest round of land invasions, describing them as criminals bent on self-enrichment and tarnishing the name of Zanu PF.

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