Sifelani Tsiko Post Correspondent SADC climate experts are meeting in Harare to carve out a comprehensive regional weather forecast for the 2016-2017 cropping season which is likely to shift from the dreaded warmer-than-average weather pattern – El Niño, which caused a devastating
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter ALTHOUGH the indispensable human needs for a blissful and healthy life are food, water, health and shelter – there is an extra vital building block required for a well-rounded society – belonging. Humans need to belong to one another,
Chadzimura Mhute Post Correspondent Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai (MDC-T)’s appendage, Tajamuka/Sesijikile’s posturing and callowness have reached the highest level of insanity. The recent court suit, citing frivolous allegations, filed by this bunch of trouble
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter THE Kanjanda family in Honde Valley has been torn to shreds as two siblings are entangled in a ferocious war that has led to the torching of the elder brother’s kitchen hut hours after the poisoning of the young brother’s cattle.
IF done properly, the $500m command agriculture scheme has the capacity to unlock Zimbabwe’s potential to produce enough to meet her food and nutritional security levels, fill strategic grain reserves and surplus to export.
Freedom Mutanda Post Correspondent PLAN International last Thursday donated assistive devices to people living with disabilities in wards 16 and 19 in Chipinge respectively. An official from Plan Chipinge office, Mr Gideon Mukwishu, said the organisation had been conducting the
Luthando Mapepa Chipinge Correspondent A 35 –YEAR-OLD Chipinge woman was lucky to survive a long jail term after being caught with 7kgs of mbanje worth hundreds of dollars. Faith Gowo of Tonhorai Village under Chief Marange pleaded guilty to the charge when she appeared before Chipinge magistrate, Mr Noah Gwatidzo last week. The State led […]
An estimated 79 million meticais (US$1,16 million at today’s exchange rate) was stolen during the first six months of the year from government coffers by state employees assigned to various government institutions. According to the daily newspaper
Abel Zhakata Senior Court Reporter A YOUTHFUL Honde Valley burglar learnt it the hard way that crime does not pay when he was slapped with a cumulative 39 months behind bars for orchestrating a litany of house break-ins that left villagers counting their loses.