Puma partners police in road safety campaigns

National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi criticised motorists for disregarding traffic rules such as pedestrian crossings, resulting in loss of life.
By Staff Reporters Feb. 2, 2024

Editorial Comment: A case for our national blood stock

This means that NBSZ needs to invest more for it to be able to increase the donor population.
By Newsday Jan. 23, 2024

Touching send-off for village soccer legend

According to the Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe, an average 2 000 people die every year on the country’s roads. Most accidents are attributed to human error.
By Nhau Mangirazi Jan. 13, 2024

SA: Bus driver abandons78 undocumented Zim passengers at roadblock

North West Community Safety and Transport Management MEC Sello Lehari commended authorities for enforcing the law.
By News24 Jan. 12, 2024

ZIMSHEC calls for responsible mining

Mokuele said unsafe occupational and health practices were hazardous to workers.
By Rex Mphisa Jan. 11, 2024

Byo records 210 traffic accidents

The majority of the accidents were attributed to human error.
By Innocent Magondo Dec. 30, 2023

Facts and Fiction: Does an accident occur every 15 minutes on Zimbabwe’s roads?

TSCZ’s annual reports show that Zimbabwe had the highest road accident peak in 2018, when 58,738 incidents were recorded followed by, 51 107 in 2022 and 45 791 in 2021.
By Zimfact Dec. 24, 2023

Manicaland drivers top safety rankings

Addressing the meeting, TSCZ managing director Munesu Munodawafa warned bad road users to change their bad behaviour and avoid accident-led deaths.
By Brent Shamu Nov. 24, 2023

Miners to scale up safety audits amid rising accidents

According to the chamber, the mining industry reported 110 fatal accidents from January to July 2023, compared to 106 fatal accidents during the same period last year.
By Nizbert Moyo Nov. 20, 2023