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Illegal diamond dealer robbed of US$10k

An armed robbery occurred at Old Jinani premises whereby Bearlright Mukwawaya from Mutare was robbed of his US$10 000,
By Kenneth Nyangani Nov. 22, 2022

Marange diamonds leakage exposed

Centre for Natural Resources Governance director Farai Maguwu said there was lack of seriousness on the part of government in handling mining revenues.
By Kenneth Nyangani Nov. 15, 2022

STIs upsurge in Chiadzwa

District Aids coordinator for Makoni Spencer Banguza confirmed that areas such as Nyanyadzi and Headlands were among communities with high STIs prevalence rate.

By The NewsDay Jun. 5, 2022

STIs upsurge in Chiadzwa

District Aids coordinator for Makoni Spencer Banguza confirmed that areas such as Nyanyadzi and Headlands were among communities with high STIs prevalence rate.

By The NewsDay Jun. 5, 2022

DeMbare coach demands consistency

DeMbare’s biggest winning run, in recent memory was in 2007 when they managed to stitch together eight straight wins stretching from July 1 when they beat Chapungu 2-0, to September 23 when they overcame the same opponent 1-0 in the reverse fixture. But statistics matter little to Ndiraya.

By The NewsDay Apr. 5, 2022

‘Forgotten and forsaken’, Marange’s displaced start trekking back home

The numbers of those that are retracing footsteps is still small, but a harbinger to a huge swell in the future, considering that there is near unanimity among residents that life at Arda Transau has become unbearable.

By The NewsDay Mar. 13, 2022

‘Forgotten and forsaken’, Marange’s displaced start trekking back home

The numbers of those that are retracing footsteps is still small, but a harbinger to a huge swell in the future, considering that there is near unanimity among residents that life at Arda Transau has become unbearable.

By The NewsDay Mar. 13, 2022

Opaque foreign mining projects fuelling conflict

From Dinde in Matabeleland North to Uzumba in Mashonaland East, communities have been fighting hard to block Chinese companies from setting up mines in their ancestral lands before any consultations with local people.

By The NewsDay Nov. 7, 2021

Opaque foreign mining projects fuelling conflict

From Dinde in Matabeleland North to Uzumba in Mashonaland East, communities have been fighting hard to block Chinese companies from setting up mines in their ancestral lands before any consultations with local people.

By The NewsDay Nov. 7, 2021