Cletus Mushanawani News Editor ZANU-PF youths will every year come up with a programme where they will have an interface with President Mugabe.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter ACUTE lack of resources has crippled police’s capacity to curb rampant and highly organised smuggling syndicates along the porous border with Mozambique – where the force is only able to deploy at 34 of the 60 smuggling routes.
Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter MUTARE City Council has began probing its land surveyor – Jonah Alfred Maenzanise – in connection with an alleged stands scandal in which he is accused of acquiring 10 stands together with his wife in unclear circumstances.
Post Reporter Attorney, author, and prominent motivational speaker, Arthur Marara is giving a special treat by offering a free career guidance, inspirational, History and Divinity Session for all students in Mutare and all surrounding areas. Marara who is also Manica Post columnist is passionate about seeing students thrive and succeed in their personal lives. On […]
Weekender Correspondent A NYANYADZI woman who secretly inherited her late mother’s witchcraft paraphernalia is witnessing hell on earth as the underworld things which comprise of a clay pot and a snake are now attacking her.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter IT’S a boon for cotton producers who this season reaped a bumper harvest coupled with a “good crop and good price” offered by ginners following a pro-active intervention by Government to ensure fair pricing of the white gold.
Post Reporter OVER 80 000 people in Manicaland have benefitted through the Roman Catholic Church-run Diocese of Mutare Community Care Programme-initiated programmes since its formation 25 years ago.
Cletus Mushanawani News Editor THE moribund Dangamvura Post Office was given a new lease of life after it was converted into an Information Communication Centre and will be officially opened by President Mugabe today (Friday).
Post Correspondent FOR 37-YEAR-OLD Janet Mutanda, beekeeping has run in her family for generations, but she never considered it a trade that she could venture into.
Lovemore Kadzura Rusape Correspondent THE command fisheries programme being spearheaded by Government to rejuvenate the fishery industry into an export entity capable of earning the country the much-needed foreign currency was launched in the province with 25 000 fingerlings being deposited in Rusape Dam on Tuesday.