Luthando Mapepa Chipinge Correspondent A suspected juju scare sent pupils and parents into panic mode at Chipinge High School after a live chicken and a bowl with blood believed to be associated with voodoo were found at the main entrance of the school on Monday morning.
Ray Bande Senior Sports Reporter NEWLY promoted Mutare City Rovers could be the domestic top flight league’s charity case after Norman Mapeza’s FC Platinum gave them four little known players on free loan as the municipality-owned outfit struggles to assemble a competitive outfit.
Tafadzwa Kaja Protecting the Child When it comes to child protection and doing our part as a community in assisting those less fortunate, one thinks of grand gestures which may be practically impossible. Sadly, it ends up being wishful thinking and breeding a feeling of defeat.
In our last week’s edition, we carried a very disturbing and frightening story of cunning armed robbers who pounced on a bus company in Mutare and got away with $30 000.
Ray Bande Senior Reporter IT’S almost five years since Cde Nyasha Chikwinya of Zanu-PF assumed the parliamentary representative role for Mutare South – a constituency which has 14 Wards, most of them rural.
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent Government should address security of land tenure by providing long-term leases to both A1 and A2 farmers to ensure long-term planning at farm level if agricultural evolution is to effectively take place, advisor to the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) taskforce on ease of doing business, Professor Ashok Chakravarti […]
Ray Bande Senior Sports Reporter DANGAMVURA-born Chevrons fast bowler Tendai Chatara earned the admiration of many neutrals and pundits including iconic Alistair Campbell when he became the chief architect of the victory against Sri Lanka on Wednesday.
Dorcas Mhungu Post Correspondent Zimbabwe’S expertise in dairy farming has earned the country and a Manicaland dairy farmer , Mr Gareth Barry, preferred country and resource partner for a Tanzanian organisation, Tanzania Episcopal Conference, to remodel its dairy project.
Lovemore Kadzura Rusape Correspondent PARENTS at Domborembizi Primary School in Makoni early this week forced the closure of the school demanding the immediate removal of a male teacher, whom they accuse of various acts of misconduct.