Post Reporter THERE was gashing of teeth, quaking of boots and chilling of spines among staffers at Rusape General Hospital following the discovery of a bandaged baboon palm at the reception last Thursday. The strange object, which had five visible fingers, caused panic among the workforce that was on night duty.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter — High value tobacco and maize crops in Headlands took the brunt of unforecast precipitation, coupled with heavy hailstones and strong winds, which decimated thriving crops, some just
Lovemore Kadzura Rusape Correspondent — Christmas Day celebrations in Rusape were marred by a series of violent clashes and fights among imbibers leading to premature closure of bars and night clubs by the police.
Samuel Kadungure Farming Reporter — AN acute shortage of Compound C — the only blend fertiliser recommended for tobacco production — is being exploited by some unscrupulous dealers to rip-off unsuspecting gold-
. . . woman sued for losses suffered Ray Bande and Liberty Dube — A MUTARE woman who masterminded the abortion of her ex lover’s wedding ceremony in August this year, will learn the hard way that when you embark on a path of revenge you dig
Post Correspondent In Mutare, being spotted with a 300ml of Coca-Cola or more can earn you two cases of Coca-Cola. Unbelievable as it is, but that’s the reality happening.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter — CASH strapped Rusape Town Council could make a killing and bag a cool $4 million – without coughing a cent – if it allows Diagonal Investments (Pvt) Ltd to subdivide Zimati Kop
Post correspondent — Mr Amos Jesmel Rushwaya, a long serving teacher and college lecturer, passed away on 14 November 2016 and was buried at Farm 73 in Gutu last week after a colourful and rewarding
Fungayi Munyoro Post Correspondent — At a time when the country is fighting to empower the girl child and eliminate all forms of abuse, teachers have been blamed for being the main perpetrators of abuse in schools.