Nyore Madzianike Senior Reporter IRRIGATION farmers in Manicaland should introduce a different crop regime that is market-led to enable them to unlock value and get good returns on their investment. Minister of Land, Agriculture and Rural Resettlement Chief Air Marshal (Retired) Perrance Shiri said irrigators should grow high value exotic crops that bear downstream benefits […]
Dorcas Mhungu Post Correspondent The Mutare City Council has almost exhausted land for high density housing, council spokesperson, Mr Spren Mutiwi has said. He said there is a housing backlog of 50 000 and 10 000 for the high and low density areas respectively and the municipality had drafted a master plan that has been […]
Luthando Mapepa Chipinge Correspondent YOUTHS in Mutema (Chipinge West) have partnered the District Development Fund (DDF) to construct a 63 metres Nyunga bridge, which was damaged by Cyclone Eline 15 years ago. The bridge is expected to be commissioned next month.
Ray Bande Senior Reporter TWO snakes — a male and a female cobra — both measuring more than a metre were found at a Penhalonga home last Friday by some apostolic sect spiritualists in an incident that has sent tongues wagging in the gold mining area.
Ray Bande Senior Reporter WHEN Cde Batsirayi Pemhenayi (Zanu- PF) won the Mutare North seat in 2013 with the highest vote cast in Manicaland, he had a huge challenge to reciprocate the gesture and justify his worth. He was 27 years and the youngest MP.
Post Reporter FIRST Class Academy has reaffirmed its growing status as an academic bastion of Mutare after its 2017 Advanced Level results were adjudicated among the top 10 in Manicaland. The academy, which is situated at the heart of the sprawling Sakubva high-density suburb, has continued churning out academic luminaries who have made it in […]
Lovemore Kadzura Rusape Correspondent A FORM Two student at St Joseph’s High (Rusape) has allegedly opened up on her involvement in suspected satanic acts rocking the school in which some possessed girls are fainting while others violently storm out of classes. Some of the students allegedly shout names of some teachers also fingered as architects […]
Ray Bande Senior Reporter ZIMBABWE’s largest timber processor Allied Timbers was plunged into turmoil this week when its contractors downed tools to coerce the company to settle outstanding debts. The contractors, in a letter dated February 1, 2018 and addressed to the company’s chief executive Dr Daniel Sithole, which the paper has in possession, said:
Dorcas Mhungu Post Correspondent AN estimated 500 illegal gold miners who had descended on the Mutare River section near Hartzell High School were forced out by the Environmental Management Agency (EMA)with the assistance of other security agencies on Monday.
Ray Bande Senior Reporter A MUTARE woman says she gave birth to a baby boy, but left Mutare Provincial Hospital maternity ward with a girl child and claims there was a baby swap involving medical staff at the hospital. The matter has since been reported to police, and investigations are in progress. Manicaland Police spokesperson […]