Samuel Kadungure and Liberty Dube— DANGAMVURA-CHIKANGA is set to witness one of the most tightly fought electoral battles as 15 candidates, the highest number of contestants per constituency in Manicaland, scramble for endorsement by the electorate on July 30.
Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent— A RUSAPE man who beat his wife to death, dumped her body in a mountain and disappeared has been convicted of culpable homicide by senior Mutare High Court judge, Justice Hlekani Mwayera.
Ray Bande Senior Sports Reporter— PROCEEDS being made out of mineral mining activities around the country are not only benefiting the game of football in Zimbabwe by mere formation of teams but also transforming those clubs backed by mining firms into powerful institutions now making their impact felt by setting the pace in the in […]
A few weeks back we discussed Police Visibility and attempted to help each other appreciate how we can make good use of the increased police presence in our neighbourhood for the purpose of Crime Prevention and reducing fear of crime.
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent— The country’s financial services sector is undergoing massive transformation following the introduction of yet another “new baby”, the youth Empower Bank that was launched by President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Harare recently barely a fortnight after the Women Microfinance Bank came into being amid high expectations the banks will immensely contribute to […]
Dr Machinga Mental Health As a psychotherapist, I am seeing an increase in people who are experiencing loneliness and ultimately suffering from various mental health disorders such as depression, suicide ideation, and anxiety to mention a few.
Dr Zuze Health Matters Everyone, at some point, is bound to catch the common cold. Some people confuse colds with the flu which is usually a more severe illness. Cold remedies are almost as common as the common cold itself, and many are nearly as ancient.
Post Correspondents— MUTARE residents have hailed the peaceful pre-election environment obtaining in the province and country in general, and quickly gave credit to the Government, law enforcement agents and political parties for preaching unity.
ZIMBABWE is in an election mode, but it must be made clear that election to public office is neither a do or die affair, nor winning power at any cost. It should not be a desperate task to win power by any means necessary.