Post Reporters A TOTAL of 36 culprits are on the run following last week’s bloody violence incidences that rocked Sakubva Bus Terminus in which rank marshals gruesomely attacked each
Liberty Dube Post Correspondent A CHIKANGA woman was on Monday morning split into two after she threw herself in front of an oncoming train in a grisly suicide case.
Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent CHAOS broke out in Hob-house last week as residents protested against the heartless killing of Rumbidzai Ndoro by her stepmother, Tendai Happiness Bwanya and burnt her (Bwanya)’s property.
ZANU-PF provincial co-ordination committee in Manicaland has shortlisted four candidates to contest in the Chimanimani West by-election.
Liberty Dube Post Correspondent TWO Zimunya teenagers were last Sunday night burnt beyond recognition in an inferno that gutted a hut they were sleeping in. Villagers of Mafuke Village, who are still at pains to think through the tragic incident, suspect that the two
Blessing Rwizi Post Correspondent A 66-YEAR-OLD Mutare woman on Monday appeared in court facing eight counts of fraud. Allegations were that between March and June this year, Irene Matanha operated from the Meikles Park, where she masqueraded as an agent offering loans to farmers.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Farming Reporter MANICALAND will put 65 000 hectares under the specialised production scheme aimed at improving maize production and enhance food security to cover the harsh periods between harvests. Last season the province put 240 000 hectares under maize
Post Reporters POLICE blitz in Rusape and Mutare intercepted trucks carrying an assortment of contrabands that had been smuggled from Mozambique and destined for the black market in Harare. The Rusape raid occurred at around 4:30am last Saturday and led to the arrest of the truck driver, Virimayi Nyamaharo, of Glen View 7, Harare, at […]
Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter ALL the 32 urban councils in the country are operating in the red because they are collecting less than 50 percent of bills charged, a situation that has led to poor service delivery and non-payment of salaries. In separate interviews on the