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Corruption needs to be tackled effectively

This is despite the firm undertaking by the octogenarian leader when he came to power that eradicating such vices would be a key tenet of his presidency.
By The Zimbabwe Independent Oct. 14, 2022

Cartoon: September 26, 2022 edition.

Cartoon: September 26, 2022 edition.
By Newsday Sep. 26, 2022

Cartoon: September 26, 2022 Edition

Cartoon: September 26, 2022 Edition
By The Watcher Sep. 26, 2022

Govt scraps bonuses for chefs

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration has scrapped annual bonuses for top civil servants after signing performance contracts this year.
By Sydney Kawadza Sep. 9, 2022

Woman ‘murders’ husband over infidelity

It is alleged that Malcom Maliko (33) of Ascot suburb in Gweru came across a love message on his wife Ruvimbo Chamunorwa’s phone on Friday, and a dispute arose.

By The NewsDay Aug. 25, 2022

3 die in Gokwe accident

“Circumstances are that James Mudinga aged 58 of 10851 Mkoba 20 was driving a metallic green Isuzu KB 200 from Gokwe Centre towards Kwekwe with nine passengers on board.

By The NewsDay Aug. 17, 2022

Fire guts down Gweru lodge

Midlands provincial police spokesperson Inspector Emmanuel Mahoko was not answering his mobile phone when efforts were made to have him shed more light on the incident.

By The NewsDay Aug. 12, 2022

Corpse discovered at Gweru hotel

Midlands provincial police spokesperson Inspector Emmanuel Mahoko confirmed the incident to NewsDay and said investigations were underway.

By The NewsDay Jul. 26, 2022

Deforestation riles Lower Gweru chief

Debate on these issues has identified a number of causes of deforestation, which include expansion of arable land, and the demand for fuel-wood and construction poles for urban expansion.

By The NewsDay Jun. 15, 2022