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Milk shortage fears grip Byo

A survey at retail outlets in Bulawayo yesterday revealed that some shops had run out of the product.
By ZANELE NDLOVU Jan. 26, 2023

‘Gold coins mopped up $10bn’

President Emmerson Mnangagwa claimed that Zimbabweans have an appetite for gold coins, hence government will introduce smaller coins next month.
By Tafadzwa Kachiko Oct. 11, 2022

Perform or face axe, ministers told

Mnangagwa said this on Friday while officially opening an all-councillors indaba in Harare.
By Priviledge Gumbodete Sep. 20, 2022

ED accused of shedding crocodile tears after Kigali genocide visit

He laid flowers in respect of the victims, and issued a memorial statement saying this was the sad and dark experience of the country.
By Silas Nkala Sep. 12, 2022

Bodies ‘rotting’ at UBH

This emerged last week during a virtual debate on consumer rights hosted by the National Consumer Rights Association (Nacora) where residents complained about the sad state of affairs at the hospital.

By The NewsDay May. 22, 2022

Bodies ‘rotting’ at UBH

This emerged last week during a virtual debate on consumer rights hosted by the National Consumer Rights Association (Nacora) where residents complained about the sad state of affairs at the hospital.

By The NewsDay May. 22, 2022

SOS for slain Elvis Nyathi’s children

Vigilante groups in neighbouring South Africa have been targeting Zimbabwean immigrants accusing them of stealing jobs reserved for locals there.

By The NewsDay May. 1, 2022

SOS for slain Elvis Nyathi’s children

Vigilante groups in neighbouring South Africa have been targeting Zimbabwean immigrants accusing them of stealing jobs reserved for locals there.

By The NewsDay May. 1, 2022

Bulawayo water woes persist despite rains

At the time, the Bulawayo City Council had decommissioned Umzingwane, Upper Ncema and Lower dams, a situation that saw residents going close to a week without running water.

By The NewsDay Apr. 17, 2022