Cletus Mushanawani News Editor THERE was drama at last Saturday’s tension-filled burial of former High Court judge, Justice Simpson Victor Mutambanengwe’s burial at Dambakurimwa Village just outside Mutare, with the director of ceremonies choosing to heap praises on the Namibian delegation that graced the funeral, downplaying the role played by the Zimbabwean Government that accorded […]
Liberty Dube Weekender Correspondent THERE was drama in Mutare’s Dangamvura high-density suburb last Friday morning after a 25-year old woman was mobbed and assaulted by local residents who accused her of attempting to kidnap a five-year-old girl for ritual purposes.
Liberty Dube and Julia N’andu FAKE United States dollars and bond notes are flooding the streets of Mutare, with the peddlers targeting unsuspecting taxi drivers, barmen shop attendants and Eco-cash agents.
Freedom Mutanda Post Correspondent Yesterday, Zimbabwe joined the rest of Africa in commemorating Africa Day which used to be called Liberation Day and the Organisation of African Unity (OAU). Since May 25, 1963, Africans within the continent and the Diaspora have religiously marked the day which is a symbolic day for the vanquishing of colonialism […]
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter THE Command Livestock — an initiative aimed at boosting livestock farms across the country — has potential to unlock a breeding system that meets or exceeds mounting global protein demand.
Post Correspondent AN ODZI man was last Thursday slapped with a 12-month jail term after being convicted of assaulting a cop whom he left unconscious.
Lovemore Kadzura Rusape Correspondent A CHITUNGWIZA-BASED motorist allegedly attempted to kill a traffic cop by hitting her and driving his vehicle for 600 meters while she was clinging on the bonnet of his vehicle.
Liberty Dube Post Correspondent A THREE-YEAR-OLD boy from Mutare’s Greenside low-density suburb drowned in a well on Monday.
Senior Reporter FORMER Allied Timbers contract workers who were camped at the company’s Nyakamete Industrial Area premises in Mutare for almost three weeks spend last Friday night in police cells before they were transported back to their respective bases awaiting payment of what the company owes them.