Peacemaker Zano Post Correspondent AS the country prepares for its 37th Heroes’ Day and Defence Forces Day commemorations, it is an undisputed verity that the Government has an unparalleled record of upholding citizen’s rights.
Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter MUTARE City Council has filed criminal abuse of office charges against its acting deputy finance director – Mr Lovemore Makande – who is the alleged kingpin of a syndicate of employees who siphoned millions of dollars from the municipality through shelf companies that supplied it with over-priced goods.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter AFRICA University has revolutinalised its operations by establishing a medical school that offers programmes up to PHD, interim Vice-Chancellor, Professor Pamela Machakanja, has revealed.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter THE Chipinge Livestock Development Trust has embarked on an initiative to assist at least 2 000 farmers in grazing stressed areas to develop pastures to increase productivity beyond natural levels.
Political Writers A WOMAN of impeccable style and elegance, the First Lady of Zimbabwe is an embodiment of her first name Grace.
Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter THE Government will closely monitor Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company Private Limited in the implementation of community projects meant to uplift livelihoods of the displaced Marange communities.
Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent DEAF women are worst affected by gender and disability discrimination, resulting in them occupying some of the lowest positions in the society.
Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter MUTARE City Council is on the market to borrow $700 000, which is required to complete a duplicate water pipeline that is expected to end two decades of water woes in Dangamvura and Fern Valley suburbs.
Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent CHILD rights groups have raised the red flag on the increasing number of street urchins from Mozambique who have flooded Mutare and Chipinge creating social problems in the two urban settlements.