Sharon Buwerimwe

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HCC considers cancelling ZimPhos contract

The shortage of water treatment chemicals is a perennial challenge facing the local authority, resulting in periodic water cuts.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Aug. 30, 2022

New calls for fresh land reform emerge

CERD’s comments came after government revealed that there are more than 260 000 individuals on the waiting list for land.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 1, 2022

Workers go virtual to protest

The unions say they have decided to go virtual because President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration is closing space for physical demonstrations.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 1, 2022

Punish parents who don't vaccinate children: Mliswa

Mliswa said the right to life should be respected, especially that of children who are incapable of making their own decisions.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 1, 2022

Measles outbreak looms in schools

Measles outbreak looms in schools
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Lorraine Muromo Sep. 8, 2022

Madhuku slammed over Sikhala rants

Legal experts told NewsDay that courts must be independent, adding that their decisions must not be influenced by politics.

Watchdogs demand transparency in delimitation exercise

According to section 161 of the Constitution, electoral boundaries must be delimited once every 10 years following a population census.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 10, 2022

Zim's pro-PWD policies receive UN thumbs up

This year’s event ran under the theme Building a Disability Inclusive Society: Leaving No Place and No One Behind.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 10, 2022

Chamisa fears for his life

A home-made hand grenade exploded close to the venue of his rally in Chinhoyi in what the opposition party said was an intimidation tactic by suspected State agents.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 13, 2022

Civil servants halt strike

Government promised to increase civil servants’ salaries this month and various workers unions say they will decide on whether or not to down tools after they receive their salaries.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 13, 2022

CCC, Zanu PF youths in running battles

When NewsDay arrived at the scene, some vending stalls and vehicles had been damaged, while shops around the area were forced to close.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 14, 2022

Calls for UN-monitored Zim polls grow louder

This comes after opposition Citizens Coalition for Change leader Nelson Chamisa recently called on the UN to observe the elections
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 14, 2022

5 more UZ students arrested

The protests, which saw 14 students being arrested on Tuesday, have disrupted lectures and halted business at the country’s oldest institution of higher learning.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 15, 2022

Minister defends UZ’s 1000% fee hike

HIGHER and Tertiary Education minister Amon Murwira has defended the hefty fee hike at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) saying local tertiary institutions‘ fees were too low.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Lorraine Muromo Sep. 16, 2022

Fresh calls to scrap 2% tax

Fight Inequality Alliance Zimbabwe said the tax was not fair to the poor.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 16, 2022

Ziyambi, AG face arrest

Mangota ruled that the law was long overdue since the Constitution was promulgated nine years ago.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 16, 2022

Civil servants issue 10-day ultimatum

Mthuli had said government was considering increasing their salaries in local currency, and also the United States dollar component.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Lorraine Muromo Sep. 17, 2022

Musengezi case rattles Zanu PF

Musengezi yesterday told NewsDay that his life was in peril, with death threats and intimidation from some members of the ruling party increasing in frequency.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 19, 2022

Electoral watchdogs raise red flag over traditional leaders dabbling in politics

This comes as social media is awash with videos of chiefs pledging their allegiance to the ruling Zanu PF party.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 22, 2022

Zim needs 100 000 teachers

A government circular seen by NewsDay revealed that government will soon recruit 3 904 teachers.
By Lorraine Muromo and Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 23, 2022

Zim at peace: ED

The run-up to the March by-elections was marred by political violence that claimed the life of an opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) activist.

Crisis in health sector deepens

According to Chiri’s audit report on the appropriation accounts, finance and revenue statements and funds accounts for 2021, Zimbabwe is facing a serious health crisis.

Zim a repressed State: Global watchdog

Other countries included on the list are Guatemala, Guinea, Serbia and Sri Lanka.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 24, 2022

Teachers’ strike in bumpy start

Last week, teachers unions threatened industrial action after the government failed to meet their United States dollar-denominated salary demand
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 27, 2022

48 000 petition ED over Sikhala

Sikhala has spent over 100 days in remand prison since his arrest on June 14 charged with incitement to violence.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 28, 2022

Education has highest inflation: ZimStat

ZimStat says education had the highest inflation at 30% as of September  following a hike in tuition fees.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 28, 2022

Zec delimitation process found wanting

The delimitation process was last done in 2008 despite a provision in the Constitution for it to be conducted every 10 years.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Sharon Buwerimwe Sep. 29, 2022

No violence since 2017: Zanu PF

The party claims that there have been no cases of political violence since 2017.
By Sharon Buwerimwe and Harriet Chikandiwa Sep. 30, 2022

Govt ‘concealing’ real measles situation: Experts

Health and Child Care ministry spokesperson Donald Mujiri, however, said the ministry was not hiding any statistics.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Oct. 1, 2022

‘Diaspora bond can only worsen Zim’s situation’

Economic analyst, Prosper Chitambara said the diaspora bond would only worsen the country’s situation.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Oct. 3, 2022