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Residents blast council over meters

Council’s IT manager Mpazamiso Ndebele admitted that council was estimating bills.
By CITE Mar. 12, 2023

Kazembe faces Parly grilling over Winky D show cancellation

Dzivaresekwa legislator Edwin Mushoriwa raised the issue in the National Assembly as a matter of national interest on Wednesday.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Mar. 9, 2023

Tshinga Dube calls for peace

Dube has described the situation in the country as abnormal, adding that there was need for change as the country has been under international scrutiny for too long.
By Nizbert Moyo Mar. 7, 2023

#TakeAction campaign creates curiosity

Zimbabwe is going through an economic crisis characterised by rising inflation and job losses. There is also discontent about unchecked corruption.
By Staff Writer Mar. 5, 2023

All systems must go

Despite a full and positive CV, there was no interest in what he offered; there were no offers; few interviews even.
By Tim Middleton Mar. 5, 2023

Govt cornered over salaries

Zimbabwe’s public workers, who have been all along demanding pre-October 2018 salaries of US$540 now want to be paid US$840 due to the high cost of living.
By Miriam Mangwaya Mar. 2, 2023

Letter from America: The devil has escalated US culture wars!

Professors are being dismissed left and right for teaching the “truth.” Christian Universities are in the forefront of this movement.
By Kenneth Mufuka Feb. 26, 2023

Schooling suspended as Cyclone Freddy makes landfall

In a statement, Thabela said “no pupils within the above-named areas are to attend schools”.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Feb. 24, 2023

Teachers demand US$1 200 pay

Primary and Secondary Education ministry spokesperson Taungana Ndoro referred all questions about salary issues to the Public Service Commission (PSC).
By Lorraine Muromo Feb. 23, 2023