Tendai Mugabe, Senior Reporter The Zimbabwe National Road Administration (ZINARA) has written to local authorities to submit their routine maintenance work plans for the first quarter of 2020. The Zinara board led by Engineer Michael Madanha stopped Zinara from implementing road projects after a forensic audit report by Grant Thornton showed that the institution lost $73 […]
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Tadious Manyepo, Sports Reporter SEVERAL names that had become permanent fixtures at CAPS United, including former captain Hardlife Zvirekwi, will be missing when the Green Machine get their 2020 football season preparations underway this morning. Makepekepe have sought to shift their working philosophy and the dismissal of the players is one of the initial steps […]
Michael Magoronga, Midlands Correspondent Crops in some parts of the Midlands Province are under threat from the African armyworm. Midlands provincial crop and livestock officer Mrs Madeline Magwenzi said the armyworm had been discovered in Somabhula. “The African armyworm was first discovered by farmers in Somabhula in Lower Gweru,” she said. “They were seen all […]
National police spokesperson Asst Commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed the development today.
The Government and the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) last week signed an agreement for the hosting of the forthcoming Sixth Africa Regional Forum on Sustainable Development (ARFSD) in Victoria Fallsat the end of next month.
Villagers in Nyaminyami area of Kariba district will be getting water for four irrigation schemes from solar-powered pumps.
HEAVILY armed police raided the MDC headquarters yesterday evening armed with a search warrant for machetes and other dangerous weapons, but left empty-ended according to party lawyers.
FORMER Vice-President Phelekezela Mphoko’s daughter, Siduduzile, has rapped the government for allegedly disrespecting and failing to honour her father despite his contribution to Zimbabwe before and after independence.
A MAN lies on a stretcher, visibly in pain but at ease while three other people sit on wheelchairs, with over a dozen more sitting on benches — chatting and waiting.