Silobela villagers lose 500 cattle to rustlers
The incident Mahoko was referring to happened in the Somabhula area.
By Obert Siamilandu Mar. 14, 2023
Food shortages loom in Mberengwa
VILLAGERS in Mberengwa district, Midlands province, fear food shortages after their arid lands received little rains this agricultural season.
By Obert Siamilandu Feb. 9, 2023
Villagers up for US$54K mine vandalism, theft
The matter was remanded to February 2 for continuation at the Kwekwe Magistrates’ Court.
By Silas Nkala Jan. 27, 2023
Midlands miners accused of land degradation
And despite promising to act, the miners have not been true to their pledges, Nyahwai said.
By Stephen Chadenga Jan. 25, 2023
Little change in 2023, except more looting
There is no possibility that any opposition can win the next election in 2023 as the hidden one-party State agenda of Zimbabwe is pushed along. Elections are just a formality.
By Zanda Shumba Dec. 20, 2022
ED, govt conflicted on Gukurahundi: Rights groups
Matabeleland-based human rights groups feel that Mnangagwa does not need the report as there is no new information on the issue.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 13, 2022
Misuse of govt resources rife in health sector: Report
The damning report was unveiled concurrently with the commemorations of the International Anti-Corruption Day on Friday.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Dec. 11, 2022
9 bodies lie unclaimed at Gokwe mortuary
“We are looking for the relatives of the deceased persons whose bodies have not been claimed for years at Gokwe Hospital,” Mahoko said.
By Obert Siamilandu Oct. 12, 2022
Cops to pay US$4 500 for vandalised vehicle
On December 23, 2021, his lawyer wrote to the officer commanding Midlands province complaining about vandalism of his car.
By Silas Nkala Oct. 7, 2022
Gold Mafia: Mnangagwa’s ‘cornered’ allies speak
Nedbank posts 311%
Shady characters scramble for Zanu PF poll tickets
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