A NEWSDAY IN 60 SECONDS VIDEO: As part of an ongoing clean up programme, the City of Harare and the Ennvironmental Management Agency has removed food vendors operating at undesignated sites at Gazaland, Highfield.
In a shocking incident, our readers have sent us pictures of burnt police Admission of Guilty books in what looks like a cover-up as allegations rise that traffic police are corruptly diverting state fines. (more…)
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Pictures of an improved Mbare Musika after Harare City Council conducted a clean-up exercise on Sunday.
RIOTS broke out in central Harare yesterday, briefly bringing business to a standstill, as vendors fought running battles with police, who were trying to push them off the streets.
POWER utility, Zesa, has blamed the heavy rains received in most parts of the country for causing a sharp increase in electrical faults and power outages.
A HEALTH crisis is looming in Chitungwiza’s Manyame Park suburb in St Mary’s, where raw effluent is flowing from a burst sewer pipe that has been left unattended since last week, although the matter has been reported to the local authority.
Today, 21 January 2017, there is a by election in Bikita West constituency following the incarceration of Munyaradzi Kereke who was convicted of raping his then 11 year old niece.
NewsDay in 30 seconds takes its lenses to Mbare Musika, where a combination of inadequate service delivery, poor drainage systems and incessant rains have resulted in the marketplace turning into a hotspot for typhoid
IF there is one thing that the ongoing typhoid saga has revealed, it is that government officials have no clue what is going on in the country.