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Bubi CEO scoops national award

He received the award last Friday at the Chartered Governance and Accountancy Institute’s annual conference in Victoria Falls.
By Nqobizwe Thebe and Emma Nhancumba Oct. 4, 2022
Ex-deputy mayor sues MRP for defamation
Ex-deputy mayor sues MRP for defamation

Kambarami is demanding an apology and retraction of the statement and US$500 000 compensation, accusing MRP of describing him as a “Shona vulture” which had brought Bulawayo to its knees.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 26, 2022
Opposition remembers MDC founding VP Sibanda

He was the president of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) when the MDC was formed in 1999. The late MDC president Morgan Tsvangirai was ZCTU secretary-general then.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 25, 2022
Anger over state of Dobi-Gulabahwa Road

A villager, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said: “We don’t know what’s going on with the District Development Fund (DDF), as they last graded the road more than 10 years ago. When we questioned them, they said they were not getting any funds from the government,” the villager said.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 24, 2022
Gweru tenders for refuse collection

Five years ago, the local authority invited private players to partner council in refuse collection, but the call failed to attract takers.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 24, 2022
GBV victims turn into entrepreneurs

One of the GBV victims (name withheld to protect her), said before she benefited from the programme, she experienced emotional abuse from her husband who did not want her to leave the house to venture into self-help projects.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 23, 2022
CCC disowns 30 ‘defectors’

The State media yesterday reported that Zanu-PF leadership in Matabeleland South welcomed more than 30 defectors from CCC in Gwanda.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 23, 2022
Zanu PF linked vendors defy BCC

The ruling party’s Nehanda district chairperson Josiah Mutangi popularly known as “uMoses wabantu” confessed to allocating bays to the vendors.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 22, 2022
Esidakeni Farm co-directors granted $10 000 bail… as court kicks out Mpofu from the farm

The three co-directors of Kershelmar Farms Private Limited, also known as Esidakeni Farm in Nyamandlovu are prominent human rights lawyer Siphosami Malunga, Zephaniah Dhlamini and Charles Moyo.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 19, 2022
NRZ pensioners’ widows getting US$2 per month

“Water-rationing schedules in Bulawayo have affected farming projects. We appeal to NRZ to review the pensions for the widows. What can one do with US$2? We also appeal to the First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa to assist us because we are suffering,” Sibanda added.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 19, 2022
Redcliff uses land to pay off water debt

Meanwhile, nurses at a clinic in Vungu, Lower Gweru, are allegedly being forced to assist pregnant women to deliver in the dark at night because the clinic has no electricity power supply.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 19, 2022
BCC offers $35 000 to community workers

The minutes state that acting director of engineering services Sikhumbuzo Ncube said: “The rates for community work were required to be approximately that of grade one labourers in the establishment. Due to the current economic meltdown, the current rates were no longer attractive for communities making it difficult for wards to recruit and thereafter keep community members engaged in these programmes.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 18, 2022
Veldfires bedevil Bulawayo

BCC acting chief fire officer Jabulani Ndlovu, who said the fires were also polluting the environment, told Southern Eye that they are being mostly caused by people carelessly discarding lit material.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 18, 2022
Father, son rape mentally ill daughter

The man and his son from Umguza were arraigned before Bulawayo regional magistrate Joseph Mabeza on Monday where they pleaded not guilty to the charges.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 18, 2022
3 die in Gokwe accident

“The driver and two passengers Luciana Maponga (68) and Stephen Maponga (70) from Mkoba, Gweru sustained serious head injuries and died on the spot,” Mahoko said.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 17, 2022
Mnangagwa, UK sued over Ndebele kingship

Khumalo said the objective of the application was to re-establish and resuscitate the Mthwakazi kingdom and to ensure that royal commemorations such as Inxwala, Reed Dance and Isikhumbuzo Senkosi Umzilikazi, among others, are observed.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 17, 2022
Midlands surpasses winter wheat target

Show manager Victoria Chikukwa told Southern Eye that the Gweru Agricultural Show Society was targeting more than 150 exhibitors.

By The Southern Eye Aug. 17, 2022
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3 die in Gokwe accident

“The driver and two passengers Luciana Maponga (68) and Stephen Maponga (70) from Mkoba, Gweru sustained serious head injuries and died on the spot,” Mahoko said.

By The Standard Aug. 17, 2022
Mnangagwa, UK sued over Ndebele kingship

Khumalo said the objective of the application was to re-establish and resuscitate the Mthwakazi kingdom and to ensure that royal commemorations such as Inxwala, Reed Dance and Isikhumbuzo Senkosi Umzilikazi, among others, are observed.

By The Standard Aug. 17, 2022
Midlands surpasses winter wheat target

Show manager Victoria Chikukwa told Southern Eye that the Gweru Agricultural Show Society was targeting more than 150 exhibitors.

By The Standard Aug. 17, 2022
Father- in-law charged with physical violence against a minor grandchild.

[ad_1] BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE A Harare man was arrested for violently attacking his son’s daughter (6) for wanting to go with her mother who is estranged to his son, Jacobus Cornelius Pieters. The father-in-law Jan Pieters (57) on Wednesday appeared before magistrate Chido Garwe charged with physical violence. He allegedly squeezed her grandchild’s hand as a […]

By The Standard Sep. 30, 2021
Malawi’s ex-deputy speaker shoots himself dead in parliament

[ad_1] A former deputy speaker in Malawi on Thursday shot himself in the head inside parliament, where he had gone for a meeting, parliament said. Clement Chiwaya, who was 50, killed himself inside the parliament building, where he had gone to discuss vehicle benefits entitled to him when he left office in 2019. Police spokesperson […]

By The Standard Sep. 30, 2021
Artistes join hands to fundraise for Nyabinde

[ad_1] BY WINSTONE ANTONIO Artistes across genres will take turns to perform at a fundraising concert for under the weather Afro-jazz legendary musician Bob “Headmaster” Nyabinde on Friday night at Theatre in the Park in Harare. Nyabinde is one of the most celebrated musical talents in the country, widely known for his song Chabuda Hapana […]

By The Standard Sep. 30, 2021
Zec biases exposed – NewsDay Zimbabwe

[ad_1] BY MOSES MATENGA/EVANS MATHANDA THE Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) has excluded the opposition MDC Alliance from its provisional consultations in provinces meant to discuss electoral developments at the behest of “powers that be”, a development critics say exposes its lack of independence. The commission is rolling out programmes to discuss, among other issues, the […]

By The Standard Sep. 30, 2021
Govt fails to service stands for MPs, senators

[ad_1] BY NQOBANI NDLOVU GOVERNMENT has been failing to allocate stands to MPs because it has failed to service the identified land to ensure it has amenities such as sewage and water reticulation. This was disclosed by Local Government minister July Moyo last week in Senate during the question-and-answer session. MPs were promised housing stands […]

By The Standard Sep. 30, 2021
Substance abuse should be given serious attention

[ad_1] By Johannes Marisa IT is unfortunate that the world continues to lose many people due to drug abuse and if the situation continues, more lives are going to be lost. There are over 190 million drug users around the world and the problem has been escalating at an alarming rate especially among young adults […]

By The Standard Sep. 30, 2021
‘Awareness on paediatric cancers lagging behind’

[ad_1] BY PHYLLIS MBANJE AWARENESS of paediatric cancers still lags behind, with many parents and guardians failing to notice their symptoms. This is despite that childhood cancers are often severe and require a lot of effort in managing them. Lovemore Makurirofa from the Cancer Association of Zimbabwe (CAZ) yesterday told NewsDay that although the figures […]

By The Standard Sep. 30, 2021
Zimra boss wins gong – NewsDay Zimbabwe

[ad_1] By Melody Chikono ZIMBABWE Revenue Authority acting (Zimra) commissioner-general Rameck Masaire was the recipient of the Chartered Secretary of the Year for 2020 by the Chartered Governance and Accountancy Institute in Zimbabwe (ICG ) award. Masaire was honoured for having improved his organisation’s service delivery through implementing innovative technologies and smart partnerships with telecommunications […]

By The Standard Sep. 30, 2021