Rusape Correspondent TWO Rusape men recently landed themselves in serious trouble when they were arrested attempting to sell python skins and pangolin scales to police detectives and Parks and Wildlife officials.
Luthando Mapepa THE Chipinge Town Council last week evicted close to 200 families who were staying along the banks of the town‘s main water supplier -the Bangazani Dam.
ESTEEMED followers of the game of football, thank you for finding time for interaction. Zimbabwe senior men team’s participation at the Africa Cup of Nations held in Gabon recently has been dominating football discourse since the team’s early elimination.
Dr Tendai Zuze THIS being the month of love, I thought I would dwell on an unwanted consequence of love which is sexually transmitted infections (STIs). You may be wondering if some symptoms you have are from an STI.
Freedom Mutanda SIZE Peyani Madakudya Mhlaba Mhlanga is no more. He died on January 31, having been born in August 1914.
Chigumbu Warikandwa THE trend in town is that unless one wants to buy from a supermarket, he has to be armed with a credit card only east of Julius Nyerere Way in Harare and while in Mutare from Dangamvura Rank.
Freedom Mutanda BIG Tree Primary School which has a Special Needs Resource Unit is appealing for assistance to help its pupils who are living with disabilities.
Isdore Guvamombe DURING the morning, slithers of startling clouds waft — again and again —their silver hue transforming light as it filters through the film of the silhouette horizon.
The Facebook-owned mobile messaging service WhatsApp is vulnerable to interception, the Guardian newspaper reported recently, sparking concern over an app advertised as putting an emphasis on privacy.