Nyore Madzianike Senior Reporter VILLAGERS who on Friday attended Chief Saunyama’s court hearings at his homestead in Nyatate Village, Nyanga were surprised to see a young woman, believed to be an Indian national, who had visited the place seeking the services of a traditional healer.
Samuel Kadungure Health Reporter A-16-YEAR-OLD Buhera girl was forced to drop out of school after developing a painful bloated belly which has left her encumbered, gassy and unable to walk as her poor parents struggle to raise U$4 000 for her lifesaving medical operation.
Liberty Dube and Wimbainashe Zhakata Post Reporters THE construction of Sakubva River bridge to which Dangamvura-Chikanga MP Cde Isau Mupfumi had claimed sole credit is now mired in controversy after Mutare Central legislator Mr Innocent Gonese is also claiming to have contributed half of the amount since the structure benefits the two adjacent constituencies.
Lovemore Kadzura Post Correspondent Mutare City town clerk – Mr Joshua Maligwa – has been arrested on five fresh counts of criminal abuse of duty charges for offences he allegedly committed while he was still Rusape town secretary.
Post Correspondent CITY-based entrepreneurs and small to medium enterprises need not worry any more for business space following the recent unveiling of the Village Market Complex, a state-of-the-art hub which gives them a sense of identity and location.
Ray Bande recently in CHIMOIO THERE is need to evoke the spirit of selflessness that propelled the liberation war struggle, leading to the attainment of independence if Zimbabwe is to attain Vision 2030, a Cabinet Minister has said.
Liberty Dube SEVEN people were killed yesterday while six others were seriously injured when a Harare-bound Toyota Wish collided with a truck at the 203 km peg along Harare-Mutare highway.
Lovemore Kadzura Rusape Correspondent THE country is losing a lot of potential revenue from lucrative honey export markets because of the limited quantities being produced.
Freedom Mutanda and Knowledge Mhlanga Post Correspondents An 18-month-old Chipinge minor is lucky to be alive after a man from Sone Village of Ward 17 in Chief Musikavanhu’s area deliberately went and burnt a neighbour’s hut following a misunderstanding at an illicit beer spot during last Saturday evening.