Our councils are dead asleep

At independence in 1980, we inherited vibrant councils which ran lucrative business ventures and hardly depended on ratepayers for their income.
By Newsday May. 10, 2024

Mutare ventures into business

The local authority was already conducting feasibility studies and will partner the University of Zimbabwe engineering department in the programme.
By Clayton Masekesa May. 9, 2024

Mutare stalls cluster houses project

In a Press statement this week, acting town clerk Blessing Chafesuka said the project was on hold until the Local Government and Public Works ministry endorsed the change of reservation.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Clayton Masekesa Apr. 25, 2024

Army captain, 3 cops up for US$60k heist

The complainant Yao Jingjie (44)’s limbs were fractured during the attack.
By Rex Mphisa Mar. 4, 2024

3 NRZ workers die in accident

The parastatal did not reveal the identities of the deceased.
By Brent Shamu Feb. 21, 2024

3 die after train derails

The transporter said investigations were underway to determine the cause of the accident.
By Gary Gerald Mtombeni Feb. 20, 2024

ART reports 7% exports decline

At the Mutare Estates unit, timber volumes at 2 583 cubic metres increased by 16% from prior year as demand remained firm and sawmill efficiencies improved.
By Blessed Ndlovu Feb. 15, 2024

Exhibition opens opportunities for visual artist Muyambo

On his artefacts, he mostly works in pastel chalks, acrylic, oil paints, clay, plaster and bronze.
By Tendai Sauta Feb. 8, 2024

Hunt for Mutare town clerk resumes

Mutare City Council has won various awards of excellence and service delivery. The Local Government and Public Works ministry recently named the city as best run metropolitan.
By Clayton Masekesa Jan. 10, 2024