Care groups breathe life into Mat South’s vulnerable people

 Their mothers crossed the border into neighbouring countries to seek work, leaving her with the duty of ensuring the wellbeing of the children.
By Farai Mutsaka Jun. 25, 2023
SA envoy officiates at Lemba Day commemorations
SA envoy officiates at Lemba Day commemorations
Jewish Messianic International Ministries overseer Jefius Matandu said the Lemba Day is commemorated annually.
By Allieway Nyoni Jun. 21, 2023
Bikita Minerals offers US$100 wage increase
Zimbabwe Diamond Allied and Mineral Workers Union (ZDAMWU) secretary-general Justice Chinhema said workers were still insisting on their minimum salary demand of US$600
By Silas Nkala Jun. 21, 2023
Zanu PF Hwange chair Muleya acquitted of rape
Through their lawyer Givemore Muvhiringi, Muleya and Gwidi applied for discharge at the close of the State case in terms of section 198(3) of the Criminal Procedure and Evidence Act.
By Desmond Chingarande Jun. 21, 2023
Trio in court over pangolin
Police officers teamed up with rangers from the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority and set a trap near Nketa 8 Secondary School.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 21, 2023
Gweru prepaid water meter pilot project in false start
But speaking on Monday at an ordinary council meeting, councillors said residents who had been selected in the test-run were facing challenges with the meters.
By Stephen Chadenga Jun. 14, 2023
Govt yet to release Beam funds: BCC
The Bulawayo Progressive Residents Association recently urged residents to report to authorities schools or administrators who with-hold children’s results over outstanding school fees.
By Emmanuel Mpofu Jun. 14, 2023
Respect us, Lobengula’s descendant declares
Describing the practice as disrespectful to the Ndebele communities, Prince Khumalo said it deprived locals the chance to lead their people in development and politics.
By Silas Nkala Jun. 13, 2023
BCC migrating to international accounting standards
Zimbabwe adopted IPSAS as a reporting framework after the gazzeting of Statutory Instrument 41 of 2019 on Public Accountants and Auditors (Prescription of International Standards) Regulations.
By Silas Nkala Jun. 13, 2023
Members contesting as independents are sellouts: Zanu PF
A number of members who lost in the ruling party’s May internal polls are reportedly mulling contesting in the August 23 elections as independents, which has infuriated the party leadership.
By Stephen Chadenga Jun. 13, 2023
Byo residents red flag food caravans
“The worst part is that they cook in open places. We are getting several stomach-related diseases and we suspect it’s the caravans because several people are getting sick after eating the food,”
By Zanele Ndlovu Jun. 12, 2023
BCC dangles discounts to compliant residents
He said those paying their bills in foreign currency would get better deals as the local authority sought to encourage residents to pay their bills in foreign currency.
By Patricia Sibanda Jun. 12, 2023
Man arrested for impersonation
“They took her to their car and drove to the N1 Hotel where they demanded a bribe of US$25. A report was later made to the police leading to Mpofu’s arrest,” he said.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Jun. 12, 2023
Fire guts Byo house
The fire has been blamed on an electrical fault.
By Mpumelelo Moyo May. 18, 2023
Equipment shortage hampers waste collection
Councillors Joyce Ndlovu and Sikhululekile Moyo said there was a need to review fines for street littering.
By Silas Nkala May. 12, 2023
Byo lawyer rejects CCC nomination
In a statement allegedly from him which circulated on social media, he said he did not want to be a politician now or in the future.
By Mpumelelo Moyo May. 12, 2023
Ex-tour guide sets up camping venture
Moyo said they had  set up camps on the outskirts of Matobo National Park, Burke’s Paradise and Southern Cross.
By Nizbert Moyo May. 12, 2023
BCC, Ecocash mull debt collection partnership
According to latest council minutes, EcoCash Holdings’ Pride Gonde, an account executive, wrote to council on March 30 proposing the partnership.
By Emmanuel Mpofu May. 11, 2023
SA opposition adds voice to ZEP saga
The APF also engaged South African Home Affairs minister Aaron Motsoeledi over the matter.
By Silas Nkala May. 11, 2023
Gweru residents fume over directors’ ‘big’ stands
Residents immediately took to their ward social media groups to register their displeasure.
By Stephen Chadenga May. 10, 2023
New Egodini project lease agreement raises stink
It is not clear how the council will benefit from the lease, with Terracotta facing accusations of failing to deliver.
By Silas Nkala May. 10, 2023
Hwange council seeks twinning arrangement
HLB spokesperson, Dumisani Nsingo confirmed saying this is the reason why the two municipalities co-exhibited at the recently ended Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF)
By Sharon Sibindi May. 7, 2023
Gukurahundi survivors petition Chief Charumbira
The survivors calling themselves, Gukurahundi Genocide Survivors 4 Justice said the trauma they experienced was still haunting them.
By Silas Nkala May. 3, 2023
Vendors’ group to fight for informal workers
BVTA said it celebrates men, women and children trying to eke out a living in the informal economy under punitive working conditions.
By Emmanuel Mpofu May. 3, 2023
BCC seeks to recruit 500 workers
Deputy mayor Mlandu Ncube said recruitment was necessary because staff shortage was seriously affecting service delivery, especially at council clinics.
By Zanele Ndlovu May. 3, 2023
Govt pledges 8 borehole drilling rigs for Mat North
Moyo told Southern Eye that three rigs had already been delivered to the province.
By Patricia Sibanda May. 3, 2023
Violent foreign vendors have invaded city: BCC
According to council minutes, deputy mayor Mlandu Ncube said the violent vendors were not from Bulawayo judging from how they behave.
By Zanele Ndlovu Apr. 24, 2023
CCC content with candidate selection process
The opposition party’s provincial chairman Solani Moyo told Southern Eye that most wards have since been filled.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 24, 2023