Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter POLICE in Mutare have arrested five illegal fuel dealers and recovered 2 000 litres of both diesel and petrol that had been channelled to the black market in an operation that is also closing-in on service station managers who are allegedly conniving with the suspects.
Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent FOLLOWING the Health Services Board (HSB)’s decision on Monday to suspend 530 junior doctors who had embarked on an illegal month-long strike, it was business as usual at Mutare Provincial Hospital.
Wimbainashe Zhakata Post Correspondent EIGHTY-SEVEN percent of female employees working within organisations in Mutare urban are being sexually harassed at work places, statistics from the Ministry of Women’s Affairs, Gender and Community Development has revealed.
Freedom Mutanda Post Correspondent An earth tremor measuring 5.5 on the Richter scale shattered the serenity of Mount Selinda and its environs last Saturday morning. Some put the tremor at 07:26hrs while others put it at 07:33. Whatever the time it occurred what is without doubt is: it left a trail of destruction which is […]
Nyore Madzianike Senior Reporter PRIVATE pharmacies and other medical institutions will soon be out of business as the Government plans to establish its own outlets that would be selling drugs at lower and affordable prices, the Minister of State for Manicaland provincial affairs Dr Ellen Gwaradzimba has said.
Daniel Mhonda Post Correspondent THE National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) says it has been overwhelmed by the number of people who travelled by rail to different destinations during the Christmas holiday, as most transporters hiked their fares during the past days.
Liberty Dube Post Correspondent THREE people were killed while six others were injured in road traffic accidents that occurred in Manicaland province during the Christmas period.
Emmah Chinyamutangira Post correspondent LOW business activities characterised this year’s Christmas holiday with most retail shops recording poor sales in Mutare city centre as price hikes hit hard on consumers’ disposable income.
Sharon Chigeza Post Correspondent Development organisations have expressed concern over the emergence of bush boarding facilities in Chimanimani exposing school girls to early sexual relations with older men during their stay away from parents.