Guardians of children with disabilities get cash boost

Ngwenya, from Beitbridge’s Dulivhadzimu high-density suburb stays with four orphaned grandchildren, and two of them have disabilities.
By Own Correspondent Nov. 26, 2023

Youths with albinism stand up for their own

Mandizha is chairperson of the organisation and is deputised by Mhukayesango.
By Staff Reporter Nov. 19, 2023

FEATURE: Commuters bear brunt of transport crisis

Transport challenges have been a thorn in the flesh during this period, as the police cracks down on illegal vehicles and unregulated public transport operators.
By Vincent Mungofa and Tanyaradzwa Kapuru Nov. 10, 2023

Teachers demand invigilation contracts

Artuz president Obert Masaraure said the examinations body should stop exploiting teachers.
By Sharon Buwerimwe Oct. 4, 2023

Rushwaya takes over as Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet

The retirement of Misheck Sibanda was a result of new regulations that require civil servants appointed on pensionable terms after May 1, 1992, to retire at the age of 60.
By Problem Masau Sep. 26, 2023

‘Low civil servants wages a time bomb’

Contacted for comment, the newly-appointed Public Service minister July Moyo said he was not aware of the situation as he was still acquainting himself with the ministry’s mandate.
By Lorraine Muromo Sep. 19, 2023

Life skills boost confidence of children with disability in Chivi

In Zimbabwe, children living with disabilities such as Simbarashe are acquiring new skills to fully realize their potential.
By Farai Mutsaka Jul. 30, 2023

Soldier forges prescriptions, claims $23 quadrillion

Nason Mhlanga (47) yesterday appeared before magistrate Dennis Mangosi who granted him US$50 bail.
By Desmond Chingarande Jul. 21, 2023

Govt transfers tertiary education staff from PSC

Polytechnic staffers who spoke to NewsDay feared that their working conditions will be worse under the council.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Jul. 17, 2023