Prophet in trouble for kissing followers’ privates

Shephard Maribha, of Hopi village in Mt Darwin under Chief Nembire, was dragged to the Bindura regional courts on Wednesday over the charges.
By Own Correspondent Jun. 15, 2024

Teacher bashes ex-wife to death

Forty-seven-year-old Nyasha Muchembere was apprehended while hiding in the bush after committing the heinous crime.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 11, 2024

Mt Darwin duo nabbed over spate of robberies, burglaries

In a statement early this week, national police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi said the two were apprehended by the public while selling some of their stolen loot in Rushinga.
By Boitumelo Makhurane Feb. 7, 2024

43 years of neglect

Basic services are still extremely scarce, in part due to poor economic conditions and difficulties with access.
By Tapiwa Gomo Nov. 6, 2023

Truck crushes owner

Police urged motorists to exercise caution when parking their vehicles.
By Own Correspondent Oct. 6, 2023

Letters: Chiefs’ diplomatic passports: A clear case of bribery

Instead of automatically granting diplomatic passports to all traditional chiefs, a more prudent approach would involve assessing each individual case based on merit and necessity.
By Amh Voices Jul. 25, 2023

Nyarutombo upgraded to exam centre status

The relationship between Stanbic Bank and Nyarutombo began when the financial services institution went to donate mosquito repellent material in 2018.
By Online Reporter Jul. 13, 2023

7 perish in CAG bus crash

The bodies of the victims were taken to Mt Darwin District Hospital mortuary for post-mortem, while the injured were admitted to the same hospital.
By Staff Reporter Jun. 12, 2023

Zimbabwe’s widening chasm between rich and poor

Lying 160km northwest of the capital Harare, Mt Darwin was the beneficiary of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s new policy to “leave no one and no place behind”.
By Newsday Apr. 22, 2023