Senior Court Reporter A FORMER Zesa employee will spend the next 50 years in jail, while his accomplice was imprisoned 30 years after they were found guilty of stealing electricity gadgets from substations in Mutare causing unscheduled blackouts that plunged the city into darkness.
Abel Zhakata Senior Court Reporter A 29-YEAR-OLD man from Mutare’s Yeovil medium-density suburb masqueraded as a Central Intelligence Organisation operative and gate-crashed into meetings held by the security services prior to the hosting of the Presidential Youth Interface Rally at Sakubva Stadium last Friday.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter THE Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Information, Media and Broadcasting Services on Tuesday said it will recommend for the upgrading of Diamond FM’s licence to be a provincial one so that it will cover the whole of Manicaland.
Kingston Mapupu and Owen Madondo FOUR large pythons measuring between three and six metres are giving Rukweza villagers and pupils sleepless nights as they are seen roaming the area in broad daylight and feeding on leftover sadza and bones.
Luthando Mapepa Chipinge Correspondent THE trial of Nyanga North legislator, Hubert Nyanhongo and three accomplices who were caught in possession of a live pangolin which they tried to sell at Birchenough Bridge Business Centre in April, kicked off at Chipinge Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.
PRESIDENT Mugabe this afternoon addresses thousands of Zanu-PF supporters at Sakubva Stadium in Mutare during the second leg of the Presidential Youth Interface Rallies launched in Mashonaland East province on June 2 at Rudhaka Stadium in Marondera. The Herald gives you live updates of this important event. Stay logged in and participate in the discussion […]
Cletus Mushanawani News Editor ZANU-PF youths will every year come up with a programme where they will have an interface with President Mugabe.
Ray Bande Senior Reporter FIVE robbers pounced on Murambinda Mission Hospital in Buhera last Wednesday around midnight where they handcuffed two security guards, ransacked the administration office before escaping with cash, a vehicle, rifle and a Chubb safe.
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.