Reporting by Diamond FM THE ZANU PF Manicaland Youth League says it has set aside 1 100 hectares of land for the development of stands for the youth, reports Diamond FM.
Samuel Kadungure: Senior Reporter THE Department of Veterinary Services has destroyed 26 cattle and a goat that were smuggled from Mozambique for resale to local abattoirs in a bid to curb illegal livestock movement that pose high risk for the entry and rapid spread of serious diseases and high cost of eliminating them in the […]
Samuel Kadungure: Farming Reporter MANICALAND has finally received heavy rains which instantly transformed its agricultural complexion – as farmers contracted to produce maize under the Command Agriculture scheme – race against time to plant.
Jabulani Mangezi:Post Correspondent A National Railways of Zimbabwe train derailed near Mutare Farm Prison after a section of the railway line collapsed following the heavy rains that pounded in and around Mutare on Monday.
Luke Mafere: Post Reporter The Minister of State for Manicaland Provincial Affairs, Cde Mandi Chimene, has urged the people of Manicaland to embrace the current government economic turnaround strategies including the introduction of the bond notes if the economic struggle is to be a success.
Samuel Kadungure: Senior Reporter TSIKAMUTANDAS operating in the Nyamajura of Mutare district are using rehearsed theatrics to rip-off gullible families – a feat that has seen them smiling all their way to the abattoir with pedigree cattle breeds.
Freedom Mutanda: Post correspondent Manica Post Editor Hatred Zenenga was the toast of the day among his peers last Friday at the Zimbabwe Open University graduation held at the official varsity site, ZOU Hatcliffe complex when he walked away with four prizes as the Best Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies student.
Freedom Mutanda: Post correspondent World Vision came to the rescue of two primary school children in Chipinge who suffer from osteogenesis imperfecto, a condition characterised by soft bones, by giving them tricycles to enhance their movement from their homes to school.
Post Reporter OPPOSITION political parties’ double standards have been heavily exposed ahead of the Chimanimani West by-election where they claim not to be taking part, but instead are clandestinely channelling resources to an independent candidate, The Manica Post has learnt.
Freedom Mutanda: Post correspondent Parents that have children attending school at Mount Selinda High School are livid that UCCZ did not return the D4D luxury vehicle as per the agreement hammered in a meeting at Chipinge School where President Ngadziore, Reverend Watson Bundwa, the Head and the full complement of the School Development Committee met […]