Rumbidzayi Zinyuke Manicaland Bureau GOVERNMENT has so far recruited 120 previously unemployed nurses in Manicaland to improve the staff complement in public hospitals following the readmission of nurses who had been dismissed over last week’s industrial.
Liberty Dube Mutare Bureau SCORES of villagers from Marange yesterday staged asponsored demonstration against Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC), whom they accused of failing to create jobs and eradicating poverty in the area among other things. The villagers, who claimed to be poor but carried banners made from expensive material, demanded an explanation on the fate of the […]
Samuel Kadungure Health Reporter A-16-YEAR-OLD Buhera girl was forced to drop out of school after developing a painful bloated belly which has left her encumbered, gassy and unable to walk as her poor parents struggle to raise U$4 000 for her lifesaving medical operation.
Abel Zhakata Senior Crime Reporter Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Mining Company security guards are conniving with illegal panners to steal tonnes of diamond ore at Chiadzwa, a special investigating team has revealed.
Liberty Dube and Wimbainashe Zhakata Post Reporters THE construction of Sakubva River bridge to which Dangamvura-Chikanga MP Cde Isau Mupfumi had claimed sole credit is now mired in controversy after Mutare Central legislator Mr Innocent Gonese is also claiming to have contributed half of the amount since the structure benefits the two adjacent constituencies.
Lovemore Kadzura Post Correspondent Mutare City town clerk – Mr Joshua Maligwa – has been arrested on five fresh counts of criminal abuse of duty charges for offences he allegedly committed while he was still Rusape town secretary.
Nyore Madzianike Senior Reporter THOUSANDS of people from all walks of life in Manicaland today thronged and filled Sakubva Stadium to its brim to witness the country’s 38th independence anniversary celebrations.
Liberty Dube SEVEN people were killed yesterday while six others were seriously injured when a Harare-bound Toyota Wish collided with a truck at the 203 km peg along Harare-Mutare highway.
Luthando Mapepa Chipinge Correspondent AN unrepentant 35-year-old ex-convict from Chipinge who tasted freedom recently through the Presidential amnesty ran amok and brutally attacked two women with a knife, killing one of them in cold blood.
Obert Chifamba Associate Editor THE quiet of the night of December 11, 1978 was shattered by a huge explosion that reverberated over the sleeping town of Salisbury, (now Harare) as efficiently as a thunder clap, which left the Rhodesian military machine in panic, as they sought to establish the source of the explosion.