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Police, VID collusion with transport operators fuels road carnage

Statistics released by the police early this year show that 130 people lost their lives in 345 road traffic accidents during the festive season alone despite the increased 24-hour presence of police and Vehicle Inspection Department (VID) officials on the road.

By The NewsDay Feb. 18, 2016
Driving instructor embarks on safe driving campaign
Driving instructor embarks on safe driving campaign

A CERTIFIED driving instructor appalled by the poor driving on the country’s road network has established a self–funded initiative to push for road safety.

By The NewsDay May. 6, 2014
Association urges kombi drivers to use designated points

KOMBI drivers have been urged to use designated ranks instead of provoking police officers to act in an unorthodox manner.

By The NewsDay May. 3, 2014
MP’s workers lock in company boss over pay

AVM Africa workers yesterday locked in a company official to press management to pay them their salary arrears.

By The NewsDay Apr. 23, 2014
AirZim flies near empty

AirZim is struggling to break even on its Harare-Johannesburg-Harare route amid disclosures that one flight on March 29 had less than 30 passengers aboard.

By The NewsDay Apr. 16, 2014
AirZim flies near empty

AirZim is struggling to break even on its Harare-Johannesburg-Harare route amid disclosures that one flight on March 29 had less than 30 passengers aboard.

By The NewsDay Apr. 16, 2014
AirZim flies near empty

AirZim is struggling to break even on its Harare-Johannesburg-Harare route amid disclosures that one flight on March 29 had less than 30 passengers aboard.

By The NewsDay Apr. 16, 2014
Joshua Nkomo Airport highway: Other side of the story

FOR all its controversies, is the Joshua Nkomo express highway, better known as Airport Road, a panacea to Harare’s traffic congestion?

By The NewsDay Mar. 27, 2014
Joshua Nkomo Airport highway: Other side of the story

FOR all its controversies, is the Joshua Nkomo express highway, better known as Airport Road, a panacea to Harare’s traffic congestion?

By The NewsDay Mar. 27, 2014
Zupco seeks Byo grand return

STRUGGLING Zupco seeks to bounce back to its abandoned inner city routes in Bulawayo using the City Hall and Basch Street terminuses.

By The NewsDay Mar. 13, 2014
Zupco seeks Byo grand return

STRUGGLING Zupco seeks to bounce back to its abandoned inner city routes in Bulawayo using the City Hall and Basch Street terminuses.

By The NewsDay Mar. 13, 2014
AirZim board booted out

TRANSPORT and Infrastructure Development minister Obert Mpofu yesterday dissolved the Ozias Bvute-led Air Zimbabwe (Pvt) Ltd board with immediate effect.

By The NewsDay Feb. 12, 2014
Air Zimbabwe hearings continue

AIR Zimbabwe senior executives’ disciplinary hearings, which commenced last week, will continue for the next couple of weeks.

By The NewsDay Feb. 11, 2014
Ban importation of second hand tyres —TSCZ

THE Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe has recommended a ban on the importation of secondhand tyres blaming them for contributing to the sudden rise in road traffic accidents.

By The NewsDay Feb. 11, 2014
Zupco bus plunges into river, kills two, two more missing

Two people died and two others are missing after a Zupco bus plunged into a river in the Tongogara area of Midlands on Friday morning.

By The NewsDay Feb. 7, 2014
AirZim planes grounded in SA

AIR Zimbabwe’s two A320 Airbuses have been grounded at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa, in the last four months amid disclosures that the planes were unserviceable.

By The NewsDay Feb. 6, 2014
New twist to Air Zim scam

AIR Zimbabwe company secretary Grace Pfumbidzayi says the corporation’s forensic audit involving her in an insurance scam was nothing, but a personal vendetta.

By The NewsDay Feb. 3, 2014
Cops own 50% of Harare kombis

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officers reportedly own 50% of commuter omnibuses servicing Harare routes, Parliament heard yesterday.

By The NewsDay Jan. 28, 2014
Zupco comes to the rescue

THE community of Chisambiro in Mutoko, in Mashonaland East Province, is grateful to Zupco for providing a good service with its buses.

By The NewsDay Jan. 18, 2014
Roadblock cash drama: Cop kills self

A POLICE sergeant based at Mazowe Police Station was on Monday found dead in a suspected case of suicide after he failed to account for cash recovered from his car at a roadblock.

By The NewsDay Jan. 16, 2014
Chinotimba urges Zupco audit

MEMBERS of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Local Government, Public Works and National Housing called on the government to probe Zupco.

By The NewsDay Jan. 16, 2014
Roadblock loot drama latest

Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba said police had launched a probe into the case where traffic cops nearly lost about $2 000 stolen money

By The NewsDay Jan. 10, 2014
Green Fuel cuts E85 supplies to defaulting garages

MOTORISTS with vehicles using E85 fuel were left stranded over the Christmas holidays as most garages in Harare went without the product.

By The NewsDay Dec. 31, 2013
Mixed feelings over Kombayi recalling

GWERU mayor Hamutendi Kombayi says he is still waiting to be served with papers recalling him from council as has been announced by his party, the MDC-T.

By The NewsDay Dec. 17, 2013
Airport cleaning saga takes new twist

THE Registrar of Companies has disowned the documents allegedly used by a local cleaning company Sterile Systems Hygienic Services to secure a cleaning tender at the Harare International Airport.

By The NewsDay Nov. 25, 2013
NRZ seeks permission to lay off thousands

NATIONAL Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) has approached Transport and Infrastructural Development minister, Obert Mpofu seeking permission to lay off 6 000 workers, it has been learnt.

By The NewsDay Oct. 31, 2013
Breaking News : Five die in road accident

Five people died on the spot this afternoon when a Toyota Raum they were traveling in allegedly rammed into a bus near Zindoga Shopping area along Simon Mazorodze, Harare.

By The NewsDay Oct. 17, 2013
Breaking News : Five die in road accident

Five people died on the spot this afternoon when a Toyota Raum they were traveling in allegedly rammed into a bus near Zindoga Shopping area along Simon Mazorodze, Harare.

By The NewsDay Oct. 17, 2013