Blessing Rwizi ABOUT 150 smallholder farmers in Mutasa have joined fish farming following the success of 33 others who ventured into the trade early this year.
THE District Development Fund is mobilising funds for the rehabilitation of the country’s rural roads which are currently at their worst following heavy rains received this season, its director general, Mr James Jonga has said. Mr Jonga said this during a familiarisation tour of DDF Manicaland projects by Minister of State for Presidential Affairs, Cde […]
In pursuance of last week’s article entitled: “ZRP still bound by its Service Charter,” I have decided in this week’s edition to share with you the contemporary policing philosophy being employed by the ZRP. As you may be aware, before independence, our predecessor, the British South Africa Police (BSAP), pursued a policing philosophy of policing […]
EXCESSIVE sweating that occurs even when the temperature isn’t hot and you are not exercising is known as hyperhidrosis. Besides disrupting normal daily activities, hyperhidrosis can cause social anxiety or embarrassment. Most people sweat when they exercise or exert themselves, are in a hot environment, or are nervous, anxious or under stress. The excessive sweating […]
CONTROVERSIAL war veteran Solomon Noah Shambira aka Tenzi Nehoreka, who was facing charges of unauthorised borrowing, was acquitted last Friday. This arose from an incident that happened on December 1, 2013, when he allegedly stripped Chief Tandi (William Chiyangwa Samhungu) of his chieftainship badge arguing that he was an impostor. He also faced an alternative […]
ZANU-PF secretary for administration Cde Didymus Mutasa, who was absent from the political scene due to ill health, is now as fit as a fiddle and is ready to steer party programmes. Addressing delegates who attended the Manicaland Women’s League inter-district conference at Marymount Teachers’ College in Mutare last Saturday, he said he flew to […]