Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa on Sunday led 40 000 congregates as they swept clean the streets of Harare in a move that was hailed by many residents in the capital.
THE Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa, last Thursday assisted local police to trap a Kwekwe City Council employee who had been allegedly making illegal water connections to disconnected residents in return for bribes.
MUTARE residents are set to continue singing the water blues despite the commissioning of a $9,10 million water reservoir by Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa last week.
HEAL Zimbabwe, a human rights pressure group has piled pressure on Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko saying he was unfit to lead the National Healing and Reconciliation portfolio.
THE Grain Marketing Board (GMB) management has reportedly pledged to pay off workers’ outstanding salaries this month-end after the latter staged a one-day sit-in at the parastatal’s headquarters in Harare two weeks ago.
Empowerment Corporation (EC) and Telecel Zimbabwe board chairman James Makamba has pledged to bring the warring parties to a round table and resolve the internal shareholding squabbles that have attracted damaging negative publicity at the country’s third mobile network provider.
VICE-PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has disclosed that in 2013 he confronted President Robert Mugabe protesting the transfer of Saviour Kasukuwere from the Ministry of Indigenisation, Youth and Economic Empowerment.
The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Health and Child Care has expressed concern over non-disbursements of allocated funds to the Ministry of Health and Child Care.
Tobacco Industry Marketing Board (TIMB) chairperson Monica Chinamasa says her organisation has formulated a plan to assist farmers to produce quality tobacco.
THE Zimbabwe Peace Project (ZPP) has claimed that opposition party members’ children were being denied access to educational assistance under the Basic Education Assistance Module .