Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter A SENIOR agronomist in Manicaland has expressed pessimism that the rains received starting on Wednesday will do much to rejuvenate crops and improve yields.
Samuel Kadungure recently in Manica, Mozambique AFTER decades of prolonged droughts, poor irrigation systems and non-existent of agronomic skills — the transformation of Mozambique’s agriculture can be traced to the exodus of scores of white commercial farmers to that country after Zimbabwe’s agrarian reform.
Liberty Dube Weekender Correspondent FIFTY-SEVEN year old popular Sakubva socialite, Sophie Masikuka, popularly known as Mbuya Sauti, pulled a shocker over the weekend when she wedded her 29-year old man – disclosing that she has a spirit of a mermaid that attracts young men.
Shame Isaki Post Correspondent Fifty-four-year old Mrs Dzimati-Munoangira lost her husband Josphat Munoangira in 1998. Then, she was only 35 years old. Josphat Munoangira was a war veteran who had been seconded to the Ministry of Health as a village health worker popularly referred to back then as “Murambatsvina”. When her husband passed on they […]
Freedom Mutanda Post Correspondent A Mount Selinda High School A-Level History teacher, Mr Zwekuzwa Mlambo, is on cloud nine after his students did extremely well in the 2017 ZIMSEC examinations. A record 26 students got distinctions and 4 had B’s out of the 30 students who sat for the examinations. Notably, 19 girls had A’s […]
Ray Bande and Luthando Mapepa LEARNING ground to a halt at Rimbi High School in Chipinge on Tuesday as angry and toyi-toying students and parents took to the streets demanding to know the whereabouts of the school bus. Last year in August, the bus developed a mechanical fault and was taken to Harare for repairs. […]
Lovemore Kadzura Rusape Correspondent PANDEMONIUM rocked St Joseph’s High School (Rusape) as schizophrenic female students stormed out of classes shouting names of some teachers accused as architects of satanic acts bedevilling the school. Some of the students collapsed and fainted while making incoherent utterances.
Luthando Mapepa Chipinge Correspondent AT least two people died on the spot last Friday after a haulage truck they were travelling in failed to negotiate a curve and overturned, landing on a riverbed along Chipinge-Jersey road.
MANICA Post News Editor Cletus Mushanawani has been redeployed to Mashonaland Central where he has been appointed Bureau Chief for our sister paper, The Herald.