Lupane fights climate change through clean stoves
Deforestation in Zimbabwe continues to spread at a high rate due to the over reliance on firewood in the rural areas.
By GARY GERALD MTOMBENI Mar. 19, 2023
Water crisis hits LSU
Siziba said the institution has tanks installed in the halls of residence, but have not been utilized due to the absence of valves.
By EMMANUEL MPOFU Mar. 13, 2023
Passport office halts weekend operations
THE Civil Registry Department has announced that passport offices will no longer be operating on Saturdays.
By Lorraine Muromo Feb. 27, 2023
No need to go to SA for jobs: ED
He made the remarks during the National Youth Day commemorations held yesterday at the Lupane State University.
By Nizbert Moyo Feb. 22, 2023
Makururu joins anti-drug campaign
Makururu made the remarks this week during the national youth day commemorations (On February 21) at his church gathering in the capital.
By Kenneth Nyangani Feb. 22, 2023
Novel captures Zim’s pre and early post-independence period
When the liberation war arrives in Jotsholo, young men, though strongly dissuaded by their parents join the armed struggle.
By Bhekimpilo Sibanda Jan. 8, 2023
Fault at pumping plant, leaves LSU dry
In a statement yesterday, LSU director of marketing and public relations Zwelithini Dlamini, however, said the university did not totally run dry despite the disruptions.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 5, 2022
LSU runs dry, students resort to open defecation
LSU spokesperson Zwelithini Dlamini said: “The water challenges emanate from the prolonged absence of electricity which powers Zimbabwe National Water Authority pumps.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Nov. 30, 2022
LSU students threaten exams boycott over 80% fees demand
LSU students representative council (SRC) president Mbonisi Siziba said they had tried to engage authorities, to no avail.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Nov. 28, 2022
Bloodbath in Zanu PF primaries... as bigwigs feel the heat... gunshot claims in Chegutu West