Luthando Mapepa Chipinge Correspondent A-55-YREA-OLD Chisumbanje teacher who went missing last week was found dead in the Sangwe area of Chiredzi.
Morris Mtisi Post Correspondent SAINT Augustine’s-Tsambe was once upon a time the beacon of academic excellence in both pre-independent and partly post-independent Zimbabwe. This great school used to be the Harvard or Oxford of this beautiful country producing doctors and professors in various fields of learning, great engineers, lawyers and politicians of remarkable repute.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter TWO men from Chitungwiza who claimed that their sister’s vehicle had been wrongly seized by police as part of proceeds of fraudulently gotten money learnt it the hard way after an ill-advised attempt to grease the palms of a senior Rusape prosecutor with $200 to secure its release backfired, leading to […]
Takudzwa Chiwereweshe and Wimbainashe Zhakata Post Reporters MUTARE residents have hailed the launch of the Zimbabwe Women’s micro-finance bank by President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Monday saying the move would boost women’s participation in economic matters of the country.
Dorcas Mhungu Post Correspondent The decision by Mutare City Council to sell a wetland and source of the river that flows through the park and Sakubva will stop its flow if the owner goes ahead with an intended development.
One of the best things that happen in our reading lives is this column that your favourite paper brings you. We all remember that crime is a reality and criminals are often lurking somewhere within our environs ready to pounce on us each time we lapse into moments of care-freeness.
Technicians who arrived to fix a malfunctioning cash machine in the Indian state of Assam got a shock when they opened it up.
LIKE I have always said, Blabber is motivated by nothing more than the need to preserve the little that remains of our moral fabric.