The July 30 harmonised elections were the most meaningful since independence. Never before were Zimbabweans able to go about their business without fear of the next person; with even those wearing different party regalia conversing and laughing about anything and everything.
Wimbainashe Zhakata and Emma Chinyamutangira Post Correspondents MUTARE residents have voiced concern over the recent skyrocketing of basic commodities’ prices, something that has re-ignited fears and anxiety of a return to the 2008 hyperinflationary era.
Luthando Mapepa Chipinge Correspondent CHIPINGE Town Council (CTC) has embarked on an emergency programme to reseal and reconstruct all major roads damaged by heavy rains received last season.
It is now less than four (4) months before the end of the Voluntary Disclosure Programme that has been running since July 2018. The facility has received significant response with regards to offences committed unwittingly by many importers. There has been, however, minimum disclosure of goods imported knowingly without observing due process.
Liberty Dube Sports Correspondent MORE than 50 female pool players from across the country will tomorrow (Saturday) converge at Villa Spot in Dangamvura for the seventh edition of the popular National Women’s Pool League tournament.
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome Of which salvation the prophets have enquired and searched diligently…what, or what manner of time the Spirit of Christ which was in them did signify, when it testified beforehand the sufferings of Christ, and the glory that should follow (1 Peter 1:10-11).
Fungayi Munyoro Sports Correspondent MUTARE based Faith Drive midfielder Concilia Madotsa, who feels honoured to be included in the Zimbabwe Mighty Warriors squad that will travel to South Africa for the Cosafa Women’s Championship, believes the team has the capacity to win the tournament.
FOUR rhino horns, hacked from the heads of two white rhinos on the border between South Africa and Mozambique, were recovered after a 60km hot-pursuit operation by rangers from both nations.
Making eye-catching signings to strengthen their squads is one priority for the Premier League’s big six, but ensuring the contracts of their star assets don’t run down has become equally important.