Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter— THE Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe has availed $12 million to fertiliser firms to enable them to meet initial targets and an addition 10 000 metric tonnes requested under Command Agriculture – which has seen the immediate release of stocks that were bonded in their warehouses under collateral management agreement to salvage […]
. . . as Bishop approaches court Tendai Gukutikwa Post Correspondent— INFIGHTING has once again rocked Anglican Diocese of Manicaland, Church of the Province of Central Africa after its board of trustees led by Bishop Eric Ruwona approached the Mutare Civil Court seeking a peace order and interdict against 26 congregants for exuding violent conduct […]
Post Reporters— A FEMALE police officer was this week recuperating at Mutare Provincial Hospital after she was badly assaulted by a gang of touts at Dangamvura Rank last Saturday, while police are investigating a hit-and-run case in which a cop was hit by a motorist in Dangamvura on the same day.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter— SOME 122 candidates who sat for last November’s A-Level exams in Manicaland scored 15 points or better with St Faith’s High and St Augustine’s emerging the best and second best performers regionally.
Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter— TWO police officers stationed at Mutare Traffic were last Thursday arrested by the force’s Anti-Corruption Unit together with an alleged civilian accomplice on allegations of receiving bribes from motorists amounting to more than $450.
Abel Zhakata Senior Reporter— MUTARE has recorded a typhoid case after a 16-year-old boy tested positive to the infectious disease as council battles to demolish sprouting illegal settlements that have created health hazards.
Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter— POLICE are investigating an overnight break-in at Kriste Mambo High School after robbers broke into the girls’ dormitories and matron’s quarters and stole an assortment of valuables belonging to at least 80 students.
Abel Zhakata Senior Court Reporter— AN 80-year-old Rusape man who was caught red-handed by his wife bedding a 14-year-old neighbour has been slapped with a three-year jail term by a regional magistrate.
Ray Bande and Blessing Rwizi THE old adage that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned played out in Mutare’s Dangamvura high density suburb where a Zimbabwe Republic Police officer was last week left with horrific burns after his wife poured a jug of boiled water over his head and back after a misunderstanding […]