Ray Bande Senior Reporter POLICE in Mutare have launched a manhunt for a possessive man who butchered to death an innocent passer-by after accusing him of courting his wife.
Cletus Mushanawani News Editor THERE was drama at last Saturday’s tension-filled burial of former High Court judge, Justice Simpson Victor Mutambanengwe’s burial at Dambakurimwa Village just outside Mutare, with the director of ceremonies choosing to heap praises on the Namibian delegation that graced the funeral, downplaying the role played by the Zimbabwean Government that accorded […]
Cletus Mushanawani News Editor THE leadership crisis ghost has come back to haunt Zanu-PF in Manicaland, with confusion reigning supreme on who is holding forth as the provincial chairman.
News Editor MANICALAND has stepped up preparations to host President Mugabe who is scheduled to address youths in the province on June 16 at Sakubva Stadium.
Ann Ruthenburg Fashion HELLO there folks, I hope you are all well. The weather in Mutare has been a little bit confusing. It is characterised of hot days and cold nights . . . it’s winter, so what is up with hot days? Oh well! I am not complaining, I love sitting in the sun […]
Last Thursday on May25, African countries celebrated Africa Day, reminiscing the magnificent past of Africa and saluting the founding fathers of the African Union. Indeed, this is the day to tabulate the success stories of Africa, enhance diversity and map the way forward. Africa Union, formerly Organisation of African Unity, was established on May 25 […]
Liberty Dube and Julia N’andu FAKE United States dollars and bond notes are flooding the streets of Mutare, with the peddlers targeting unsuspecting taxi drivers, barmen shop attendants and Eco-cash agents.
Entertainment Correspondent CECIL John Rhodes Primary School is this year’s champions of the National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe Heritage Quiz competition held at Mutare Museum last Friday.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Farming Reporter THE Agricultural and Rural Development Authority (ARDA) is promoting production of non-traditional dedicated export crops such as pecan nut, macadamia and cashew nuts at all estates in Manicaland and through small-scale out growers in line with its mandate to bring positive change in rural communities.
Freedom Mutanda Post Correspondent Yesterday, Zimbabwe joined the rest of Africa in commemorating Africa Day which used to be called Liberation Day and the Organisation of African Unity (OAU). Since May 25, 1963, Africans within the continent and the Diaspora have religiously marked the day which is a symbolic day for the vanquishing of colonialism […]