Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent FOUR Harare men who were arrested smuggling 416 bales of second-hand clothing worth $145 000 have been sentenced to two years’ imprisonment.
Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter THE Chiadzwa armed robbery case in which a police Support Unit constable lost his AK47 service rifle at gun- point was orchestrated by youthful suspects – aged 17 and 23 years – who went on to hide the weapon in the mountains.
Cletus Mushanawani News Editor THE vital civil mobile registration exercise is getting overwhelming response at all centres across Manicaland.
Cletus Mushanawani and Anesu Kurebwaseka A FEEDBACK meeting on the resolutions of the Anglican Episcopal Synod held in Harare recently to look at lasting solutions to problems bedevilling the church in Manicaland ended up with some members at each other’s throats last Thursday.
Ann Ruthenberg Fashion THE two gentlemen designers from Exclusive Designs have shown us that using local materials with colours in season is not a limitation when it comes to being in fashion. Using local materials to make exclusive designs is their speciality.
Post Reporter MUTARE Polytechnic has introduced its second degree in Construction, the Bachelor of Technology in Construction Engineering early this year
Cletus Mushanawani News Editor WHAT was meant to be a homecoming gathering for a father who had spent almost two decades in the Diaspora ended up being a funeral gathering after the man did the unthinkable and sliced open his wife’s throat.
Liberty Dube recently in Harare THE presence of tourism players and arts groups from Manicaland and neighbouring Mozambique at the just-ended action- packed fourth edition of the Harare International Carnival added glamour to the 10-day jamboree.
The gruesome killing of a woman by her husband in Mutare’s Bordervale suburb last Friday night is shocking and ghastly to contemplate on.