Arron Nyamayaro, H-Metro Reporter PARENTS have been urged to continuously monitor the movements of their children during the national lockdown amid reports of sexual abuse. The call was made by Zimbiru Primary School senior teacher Nicholas Choto yesterday in Domboshava where 90 children received nutritional foods from Creating Better Futures (CBF) organisation. Choto said the […]
Paul Pindani in Chinhoyi TWELVE men recently appeared in court for robbing Chidamoyo Christian Hospital while armed with rifles. The 12, Ishamael Neboet Zibula, Spencer Chigondo, Ruka Matemai Bitonie, Mitewell Moyo, Trust Hapanyengwe, Mighty Nyoni, Chadmore Chakaingesu, Tozivei Kanyamangara, Casten Kamuchira, Clinton Mazwimaviri, Stewart Katsande, Tawanda Magaya, appeared before Chinhoyi provincial magistrate Felix Mawadze charged […]
Lovemore Chazingwa in Kadoma A sombre mood engulfed City of Kadoma on Wednesday after news of the death of prominent soccer sponsor Hebert Manyowa filtered through. Manyowa, who was co-director at CUMA FC committed suicide by taking highly potent cyanide yesterday evening. CUMA FC is co-owned by the late Manyowa and former Warriors hitman Cuthbert […]
Arron Nyamayaro, H-Metro Reporter POLICE have warned Rugare residents from taking the law into their hands by assaulting a suspected thief to death. The call follows the beating to death of Ricard Tom alias Tawanda ‘Motion’ Mugove to death after he was caught at a house along Nyandoro Road around midnight on Tuesday. Harare province […]
…we were living in fear Latwell Nyangu, H-Metro Reporter RESIDENTS in Rugare are celebrating the death of a suspected criminal whom they said had caused a reign of terror in the area. Tawanda Mugove, popularly known as Motion, died on Tuesday morning following a thorough bashing from the angry mob in Rugare. It is reported […]
OK Zimbabwe has completed the face-lift of its Machipisa branch and anticipates an increase in foot traffic in the high density suburb shop.
CAF have convened a series of meetings in the past week to enhance safety and security at the stadia in the quest for a safe return to football which has been ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic.
Many of the more than 1000 Zimbabwean students at American universities may have to return home following a US Government decision that foreign students at universities that now teach online with no face-to-face lessons should leave the country if they cannot transfer to a university that offers on-campus teaching.
The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has ordered Kariba Municipality to demolish all gardens that are located along waterways, the Lake Kariba shore and streambanks to prevent land degradation.
Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu, has warned Chinese owned mines and firms operating in Chegutu rural to desist from violating the country’s environmental laws.