Stephen Ephraem Post Correspondent — DOMESTIC tourism is when residents of the one country visit within the same country for leisure, recreation, learning or business.
Cletus Mushanawani News Editor A LUCKY panther, Mr Charles Munyaradzi Chinhara, last Friday night won a brand new FAW one-tonne truck during the Montclair Casino draw held at the hotel.
Liberty Dube Weekender Correspondent A 38-YEAR-OLD Chimanimani man was robbed 30 pieces of diamonds worth $10 000 last Tuesday.
Freedom Mutanda Post Correspondent— GAZA Primary School is the doyen of Chipinge in terms of its trailblazing success rate that resonates well with its motto: ‘’Deeds not words.’’
Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent — Neville Mutsvangwa’s case which has been pending before the Mutare magistrates’ court has been withdrawn by the State, after the complainant refused to sign a sub-poena that was send to her.
The Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (ZESA) Holdings on Monday said the country risked massive load shedding due to lack of foreign currency to pay for power imports from neighbouring countries.
Kudzanai Gerede: Business Correspondent Capacity utilisation in the local manufacturing sector has steadily increased to 47.4 percent in 2016 from 34.3 percent recorded last year as market space for selected local products improved following Government introduction of Statutory Instrument 64 meant to restrict competition from imported goods, a latest survey shows.
Samuel Kadungure: Farming Reporter FARMERS at five of the 10 irrigation schemes funded under the Food and Agriculture Organisation Smallholder Irrigation Support Programme are undergoing training on equipment operation and maintenance and budgeting.
Samuel Kadungure: Farming Reporter MANICALAND is annually losing at least 45 000 hectares of forests through deforestation, with experts decrying tobacco curing, agriculture land expansion, firewood selling and charcoal making as its key drivers.