Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter MUTARE City Council is on the market to borrow $700 000, which is required to complete a duplicate water pipeline that is expected to end two decades of water woes in Dangamvura and Fern Valley suburbs.
Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent CHILD rights groups have raised the red flag on the increasing number of street urchins from Mozambique who have flooded Mutare and Chipinge creating social problems in the two urban settlements.
Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter THE Zimbabwe Revenue Authority is working towards removing human contact between its employees and clients through the automation of its services in a bid to curb corruption that is bleeding the economy millions of dollars in lost revenue.
Post Reporter FORMER Deputy Prime Minister, Professor Arthur Mutambara, has called on Zimbabweans to be proud of their history and be masters of their own destinies.
Cletus Mushanawani News Editor UNITED Methodist Church’s Old Mutare Mission property, which include vehicles, solar heaters and office furniture was attached by the Sheriff of the High Court after the institution was ordered to pay a former administrator at its orphanage $36 000 following his unfair dismissal two years ago.
Ray Bande A 17-year-old Nyanyadzi High School girl, who exposed Satanic shenanigans that sparked off protests and brought business at the school to a standstill on Monday, has made spine chilling revelations, whose script reads like an African movie.
Lovemore Kadzura Rusape Correspondent CONTROVERSIAL Chief Makoni, Mr Colgen Simbayi Gwasira, is an eye of a storm again after forcing a 17-year-old teenager to pay bride price and marry a girl he had impregnated recently.
Luthando Mapepa Chipinge Correspondent POLICE in Chipinge last Wednesday arrested a fugitive from justice who had skipped into South Africa where he had fraudulently acquired a Mozambican passport after allegedly murdering a villager early this year.
Lovemore Kadzura Rusape Correspondent FOUR Mutare-Harare Highway robbers including a woman who were in the habit of robbing various goods from slow moving trucks at Mufusire near Headlands were each jailed seven years.