Vungu MP agitates for positive change

The community will be the owners of development initiatives, no developmental project will be prioritised or implemented without having been initiated by them.
By Evans Mathanda Apr. 15, 2024

It’s time Zim privatises water management

The government may drill a borehole here and there — mostly for election campaign purposes — but that is hardly a lasting solution.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Feb. 6, 2024

When children give birth to children

Data released by the Zimbabwe Statistical Agency (ZimStats) revealed that 69 000 girls between the ages of 10 and 19 gave birth in 2022 alone.
By Tendai Mbofana Dec. 5, 2023

Redcliff residents petition over cement pollution

Chinhamo warned that if the matter remained unresolved, they will escalate the issue and advise the community to seek legal recourse.
By Silas Nkala Oct. 3, 2023

ZiscoSteel not ‘scared’ of Chinese firm competition

Manuhwa told journalists last week during a tour of ZiscoSteel operations in Redcliff that they would “tackle” their competitors head on.
By Tinashe Kairiza Jul. 23, 2023

CSO designs graft probe tracker

He said on June 14 this year, the three policemen were monitored as they allegedly moved door-to-door soliciting for bribes from businesses operating without licences.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 5, 2023

Corpse found floating in Kwekwe River

A MUTILATED body of a 27-year-old man was on Monday found floating in Kwekwe River in a suspected case of a crocodile attack.
By Stephen Chadenga Feb. 10, 2023

It may take one or more generations for Zim to finally be free

Tragically, the knee-jerk reaction by those in Zanu PF is always to attack, mercilessly and viciously, any perceived enemy — regardless of whether what was said was factual or not.
By Tendai Ruben Mbofana Dec. 19, 2022

I won’t be balanced, fair towards blood suckers

What fairness, balance and impartiality would they say about the brutal murderer
By Tendai R Mbofana Nov. 11, 2022