Nyore Madzianike Senior Reporter— ZANU PF aspiring candidate for Mutare Central constituency Dr Nancy Saungweme has said she will take legal action against Mutare City Council in the event that it evict residents, who fail to renew their leases of its rented houses in Sakubva by the end of this month.
The new political dispensation has prioritised the maintenance and rehabilitation of bridges throughout the country.
Kudzanai Gerede Business Correspondent— Plans by the Government to decentralize key economic segments according to provincial comparative advantages will see Manicaland become a diamond beneficiation centre and forestry production forte, a development expected to unravel the economic potential of the country’s eastern province, experts have said.
Liberty Dube Business Correspondent— DELTA Beverages this week concluded an extensive one-month long retail development training programme which was meant to equip more than 45 Mutare-based beer outlet owners with trading expertise.
The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) encourages taxpayers to review their tax affairs and make voluntary disclosures where there is any income omitted from returns submitted or where there are any tax obligations that the taxpayer may not have complied with. The intention is to encourage voluntary compliance from taxpayers and avoid charging of penalties which […]
Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent— THE Seventh Day Adventist youth ministries last Saturday donated 100 sets of male prison garb to inmates at Mutare Farm Prison as part their social responsibility as the body of Christ.
Rescuers desperately fighting to free a young football team from a cave in Thailand face a race against time as flood waters rise.
Ray Bande Senior Reporter— WITH the 2018 harmonised plebiscite on the horizon, electioneering has reached fever pitch in Chipinge South with Zanu PF candidate Cde Enock Porusingazi pledging to indiscriminately foot all funeral bills in the constituency.
Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent— A 17-YEAR-OLD Marange girl who was allegedly abducted by a boyfriend and forced into marriage through the ancient practice of “musengabere” is frustrating efforts to rescue her by refusing to return to her parents.
A new revenue tax on social media has taken effect in Uganda, angering many who see the measure as an attack on free speech. The tax on users of sites such as Facebook was first proposed by longtime leader Yoweri Museveni, who complained of online gossip in a March letter that urged the finance minister […]