Four Mwenezi men allegedly teamed up and fatally assaulted a suspected stock thief last week.
Organisers of a two-day demonstration that sought to block commercial traffic from entering and leaving South Africa through Beitbridge Border Post were left eating the dust from the cargo trucks driving over the bridges when the planned protest failed.
Chiredzi is on course to attain municipal status by 2023 with the town recently getting 750 hectares from the Government for the town’s expansion.
THE Government is finalising the alignment of enabling legislation to operationalise the Provincial Councils (PCs), which will guide the full roll-out of the devolution agenda to stir development.
TOBACCO farmers who receive input loans in US dollars are required to repay their debts in foreign currency, the High Court has ruled.
Harvesting of the early planted wheat has started in some parts of the country with some farmers benefiting from combine harvesters under the Agribank Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) facility.
Unions representing civil servants have welcomed the decision by the Government to give civil servants a cost of living adjustment which will be paid this week.
Arts practitioners, including creatives, musicians, promoters, choreographers and producers are mourning the death of talented dancer and drummer, Delroy Maripakwenda, who died early yesterday morning after battling heart problems for a long time.
COVID-19 transmission in Africa has been marked by relatively fewer infections, which have been on the decline over the past two months, owing to a variety of socio-ecological factors as well as early and strong public health measures taken by governments across the region.
Over 150 newsrooms from around the world, including journalists from Toronto to Taipei, Spain to Singapore, will come together today to mark World News Day.