Govt doles out cars to Mat’land colleges

Binga Industrial Training College, Plumtree Polytechnic and Hwange Teachers’ College were the beneficiaries.
By Margaret Lubinda Nov. 18, 2023

Binga embraces disability-inclusive climate action

Mumpande (46) of Chemba village under Chief Saba in Binga has over the years been excluded from village programmes, merely because he walks with a difficulty due to problems with his legs.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Nov. 12, 2023

Violent storms, mine deaths expose Zimbabwe poor disaster preparedness

Several villagers had lost their huts to the storm and in one particularly tragic scenario; a family had lost four members who were struck dead by lightning.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Oct. 29, 2023

War vets fume over delayed compensation

War collaborators and detainees did not benefit from the ZWL$50 000 gratuity paid to each war veteran in 1997.
By Nizbert Moyo Oct. 24, 2023

Cash transfer scheme gives Binga folk a lift

The programme provided vulnerable families in Zimbabwe with monthly payments through cash transfers and complementary child protection services.
By Sharon Sibindi Oct. 22, 2023

Binga man jailed over snares

Million Mukombe pleaded guilty to possession of close to 200 dagga plants in his garden.
By Own Correspondent Oct. 21, 2023

All set for BaTonga Cultural Festival

Tshuma said the fete will be held at different venues with BaTonga Museum Arena being the main event for the exhibitors.
By Sharon Sibindi Sep. 17, 2023

Zambezi River over-fishing imperils Binga folk

In recent years, as Zimbabwe’s economy has taken a relentless battering, informal traders have turned to the fish trade.
By Marko Phiri Aug. 6, 2023

Zim coke production rises: Mnangagwa

Speaking at the official commissioning of Muchesu Coal Mine in Binga, Mnangagwa said the growth was an affirmation that government’s policy interventions were bearing fruit.
By Sharon Sibindi Aug. 1, 2023