War Veterans minister, Tshinga Dube, said the public spats among top government officials have shocked and confused him, as Zanu PF factionalism continues to play out in the open.
HARARE City Council has teamed up with the Zimbabwe Red Cross Society to evacuate and provide emergency shelter for at least 30 families displaced by flooding in Budiriro 5 Extension. (more…)
CIVIL servants have expressed anger over government’s move to increase their monthly contributions to the National Social Security Authority (NSSA), saying they have been left poorer.
SIX years after Nomsa Masango and her family were relocated from the Chiadzwa diamond mining area in Manicaland to Arda Transau, the only benefit she has accrued is a four-roomed house built by Anjin, and the rest is a sad tale.
ZANU PF political commissar, Saviour Kasukuwere (pictured) has warned prophets against causing alarm in the country by declaring false prophetic pronouncements. (more…)
TWO suspected thieves were on Saturday morning shot and injured in an encounter with security guards inside the customs and excise yard at Beitbridge Border Post.
CIVIC society organisations under the banner, iVote2018, have urged electoral authorities to implement certain guidelines before rolling out the biometric voter registration (BVR) exercise to avoid compromising its integrity.
Gweru City Council workers last week elected a new workers’ committee, which saw former Zimbabwe Urban Councils Workers’ Union (Zucwu) Gweru branch secretary, Kudakwashe Munengiwa emerging as the new chairperson. (more…)
THE Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa) has reportedly agreed to slash its water charges to Bulawayo City Council (BCC) from 50 cents to 40 cents per kilolitre (KL) to make water from Nyamandlovu Acquifer affordable.
PHARMACEUTICAL companies yesterday said they were on the verge of closing shop, as local banks were failing to make international transactions for drug imports, with some of the major public hospitals only left with a few weeks’ supply.