Catttle turned into currency as inflation bites

He wasn't alone; scores of other villagers in his locality followed suit.
By Jefferey Moyo 14h ago
Vumbachikwe mine crisis deepens
Vumbachikwe mine crisis deepens
Police arrested over 100 people, including wives of the mine workers after they protested at the mine while demanding their outstanding salaries on November 8.
By Winstone Antonio 14h ago
Zesa resumes Gwanda powerline installation
We now think that this renewed effort is a 2023 election campaign gimmick.
By Zanele Ndlovu Nov. 25, 2022
Mberengwa villagers want bridge rehab speeded up
MBERENGWA villagers have complained over delays in the completion of Mwenezi River bridge
By Silas Nkala Nov. 25, 2022
Low turnout at budget meetings worries Gweru
Chingwaramusee said persons with disabilities (PWDs) were not attending budget meetings to air their views.
By Obert Siamilandu Nov. 25, 2022
Lobels Biscuits workers picket over poor working conditions
OVER 600 workers at Lobels Biscuits in Bulawayo yesterday downed tools demanding a meeting with management
By Nizbert Moyo Nov. 25, 2022
Byo residents protest over ‘exorbitant’ rates
Bulawayo Progressive Residents Association (BPRA) vice-chairperson Patricia Tshabalala said some of the residents had their furniture confisticated by council after failing to pay bills.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Nov. 24, 2022
Mberengwa RDC constructs 5 clinics
The new clinic will provide villagers easy access to health care services.  Mberengwa villagers have been walking over 10km to the nearest clinics.
By Obert Siamilandu Nov. 24, 2022
CCC activists trial stalls, again
The accused persons and other activists reportedly pulled down Violet's market table at the gate, produced a whip and assaulted one Gloria Madhlula on the legs.
By Stephen Chadenga Nov. 24, 2022
US$20bn lawsuit divides Zipra
Co-ordinator of the Zipra Liberation War Combatants Co-ordinating Committee Frederick Mutanda denied having taken the government to court, adding that their actions were not political.
By Staff Reporter Nov. 23, 2022
Block CCC from rural areas: Zanu PF
Over the years the ruling party has considered rural areas to be its stronghold in national elections.
By Stephen Chadenga Nov. 23, 2022
Gukurahundi must attract sanctions: Ex-minister
The emotive Gukurahundi attrocities of the 1980s affected the Matabeleland and Midlands provinces and had more than 20 000 unarmed civilians brutally killed by government forces.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 23, 2022
Sewage spills into Beitbridge homes
Residents say Beitbridge municipality officials have not attended to the sewer bursts despite reports having been made.
By Rex Mphisa Nov. 22, 2022
US$80k Gweru transformer condemned before installation
“The other challenge is that the water infrastructure was designed to serve the city, but due to urban expansion we are supplying water to an increased number of people.”
By Stephen Chadenga Nov. 22, 2022
Reduce rates: Byo residents demand
Council has been sending residents estimated water bills citing a string of challenges that include absence of residents at home during water meter reading.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Nov. 21, 2022
MP buys books with CD funds
Matabeleland region is not only experiencing book shortages, but unavailability of Ndebele teachers as well.
By Nizbert Moyo Nov. 21, 2022
Byo fire brigade issues warning on flooding
Bulawayo chief fire officer Lynos Phiri on Friday said many lives could be saved if people paid heed to the advice of the authorities.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Nov. 21, 2022
Ndiweni slams govt on diaspora vote
Recently, the government said it would only allow diasporans vote if the West removed sanctions imposed on some people in its leadership.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 21, 2022
Soccer tournament to curb drug abuse on the cards
The tournament has been set for December 3, 2022, at Food4Less grounds as part of an initiative to keep youths preoccupied.
By Zanele Ndlovu Nov. 21, 2022
BCC to hold second round of polio vaccinations
Addressing delegates, Bulawayo deputy mayor Mlandu Ncube said the equipment would also help in conducting polio programmes.
By Patricia Sibanda Nov. 21, 2022
Binga villagers brace for another displacement
When Esther Musaka was a little girl, a large lorry dropped her family off in the middle of the wilderness.
By Gamuchirai Masiyiwa Nov. 20, 2022
Dube pushes for return of Zipra, Zapu assets
The properties listed as caveats include farms and buildings.
By Nizbert Moyo Nov. 20, 2022
Gukurahundi killers unrepentant: Ex-minister
Mzila-Ndlovu, now a senior leader in the Freedom Alliance opposition party, made the remarks in a new report by his party.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 20, 2022
Passion-driven journey to end new HIV infections in Bubi
As CDC commits to continue supporting such initiatives, Zimbabwe is well in position to end Aids by 2030.
By Brian Nachipo Nov. 19, 2022
Zim a hidden gem: ED
PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has described Zimbabwe as a hidden gem, with many investment opportunities yet to be fully explored.
By Nizbert Moyo Nov. 19, 2022
Leakages bleeding Kwekwe council
Residents made the claims at a council 2023 budget consultative meeting with members of the Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) on Thursday.
By Obert Siamilandu Nov. 19, 2022
Armed robberies, car-jackings irk Gwanda residents
AN increase in armed robbery and carjacking cases in Matabeleland South, especially in Gwanda district, has riled the community anti-crime groups.
By Silas Nkala Nov. 19, 2022
Zimra warns of Plumtree border delays
In a statement, Zimra said East and West bound traffic lanes of Plumtree Border Post will be closed in stages, resulting in a reduction in working and parking space.
By Methembe Sibanda Nov. 19, 2022