Byo Arts Awards in record 2,8K people attendance

The venue, with a capacity of 3 000 seated guests, witnessed not only enthusiastic Bulawayo residents but also overwhelming support from across the region.
By Sindiso Dube Jan. 7, 2024

Let’s focus on reopening industries: Nyoni

The sector is projected to grow to US$5,2 billion by end of this year, from the current US$4,1 billion, on the back of increased branch networks and shop density.
By Nizbert Moyo Sep. 22, 2023

CCC councillors jittery over Chamisa directive

Bulawayo residents and other stakeholders have flagged corruption in the previous council, citing many questionable deals such as the vehicle parking deal and the unfinished Egodini Mall project.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Sep. 8, 2023

Residents list demands to incoming CCC Cllrs

The CCC swept all council and parliamentary seats in the city.
By Emmanuel Mpofu Sep. 3, 2023

High expectations for new Byo councillors

Roads are in poor state, the housing backlog keeps ballooning while sewer and water pipe bursts are common.
By Silas Nkala Aug. 27, 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

6-man Byo robbery gang nabbed

“While inside, the suspects would target electrical gadgets, truck batteries, drilling machines, angle grinders, gas appliances, clothing and groceries before disappearing.”
By Nizbert Moyo May. 8, 2023

‘We’re fed up with water crisis’

The Bulawayo City Council on Wednesday blamed rolling poweroutages for disrupting pumping at its water works, which it says has worsened the water crisis in the city.
By Emmanuel Mpofu Mar. 25, 2023

‘Stop disrespecting Nkomo statue'

The statue was erected in 2013 at the intersection of Joshua Nkomo Street and 8th Avenue in the city in honour of the late Vice-President who died in 1999.
By Zanele Ndlovu Jan. 25, 2023