Farmers pin hopes on village banks

Matabeleland South province has continued to experience a recurrence of droughts since the 1980s amid calls by agricultural experts for farmers to resort to smart agriculture.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 26, 2024

Former councillor caught up in brothels storm

The Shangani community has complained about this saying sex work was now commonplace in the area with many shops and properties in Insiza turned into brothels.
By Sharon Sibindi Feb. 25, 2024

Plumtree caregivers receive bicycles

Public Service, Labour and Social Affairs deputy minister Mercy Dinha paid tribute to USAid’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance for the assistance.
By Nizbert Moyo Feb. 22, 2024

Horror show: Evicted villagers speak

Government has embarked on a blitz to evict “illegal” settlers from State land amid accusations the exercise is meant to benefit a connected and powerful few.
By Nizbert Moyo Feb. 19, 2024

Man attacks spouse with machete, flees

Police said the assault case happened on January 6 this year after the two had a misunderstanding.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Jan. 12, 2024

Vehicle smugglers granted bail

The duo was granted ZWL$100 000 each by Plumtree magistrate Joshua Nembaware on Wednesday last week.
By Nizbert Moyo Dec. 5, 2023

Briefs: Former Njelele shrine custodian dies

Njelele is situated at Matobo in Kezi, Matabeleland South province.
By Nizbert Moyo Oct. 22, 2023

Illegal miner dies in shaft collapse

According to an Environmental Management Agency sample survey conducted this year at 49 illegal mining sites across Zimbabwe, approximately 1 000 hectares have been degraded due to illegal mining.
By Emmanuel Mpofu Sep. 5, 2023

Ex-convict re-arrested for similar offence

Bulawayo provincial police spokesperson Inspector Abednico Ncube confirmed the arrest yesterday and identified the suspect as Tevnet Ncube.
By Nizbert Moyo Aug. 14, 2023