Rising murder cases in Zhombe baffle chief 

Source: Rising murder cases in Zhombe baffle chief – The Southern Eye Rising murder cases and violent crimes in Zhombe are worrying local communities, leading to calls for increased police patrols. Chief Gwesela of Zhombe said he was worried about the senseless murders that were taking place in the area, and has bemoaned a recent […] …
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Mayor defends council over worn out carpet at City Hall 

Source: Mayor defends council over worn out carpet at City Hall – The Southern Eye BULAWAYO residents have complained over the worn-out carpets at the city’s Large City Hall saying it is a result of negligence. Recently, social media was awash with pictures of worn out carpets at the Large City Hall. Concerned residents demanded […] …
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Tale of Mzilikazi High student who detected Covid-19 Omicron variant

Dr Sikhulile Moyo Nqobile Tshili-Chronicle Reporter “AN African child is raised by the whole village,” says Dr Sikhulile Moyo as he pays tribute to the Donkwe-Donkwe community in Kezi for playing a significant part in his upbringing. Dr Moyo is the laboratory director and research scientist at Botswana Harvard Aids Institute. He is also a research […] …
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‘Operation Nyama Yabvepi’ in full swing, 86 butcheries close

Acting Deputy Director of Veterinary Field Services Dr Reverend Spargo said it is a criminal offence for any meat outlet to sell or display for sale meat that has not been processed in a registered slaughterhouse, and inspected and certified as fit for human consumption. Precious Manomano-Herald Reporter The Veterinary Department in collaboration with Police […] …
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Govt, churches unite in prayer for peaceful polls

Acting President Dr Constantino Chiwenga was the guest of honour at the sixth edition of the National Thanksgiving and Dedication Service held at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair Exhibition Centre in Bulawayo yesterday. -Picture: InfoMinZW Bulawayo Bureau THE Government and churches have united in calling for political parties to uphold and promote peace ahead of […] …
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US$5,5 billion expected in lithium, steel projects

Mines and Mining Development Minister Winston Chitando Farirai Machivenyika-Senior Reporter Three lithium mines and the Manhize Steel mines and furnaces are expected to rake in at least US$5,5 billion next year as they move into production and add to what is already being mined at present, Mines and Mining Development Minister Winston Chitando said yesterday. […] …
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Govt steps up efforts to improve road safety

Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Felix Mhona Freeman Razemba–Senior Reporter  The Government, through the Traffic Safety Council of Zimbabwe (TSCZ) has purchased materials for erecting over 80 road signs along the Rusape-Nyanga Highway where 42 road traffic accidents were recorded during the period between January and October 31 this year. To date all the poles […] …
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Peace, be still: Government, churches pray for peaceful elections

Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Reporter THE Government and churches have united in calling for political parties to uphold and promote peace ahead of next year’s harmonised elections. The call was made during the sixth edition of the National Thanksgiving and Dedication Service held at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair Exhibition Centre in Bulawayo yesterday where Acting President […] …
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