Zimbabwe: A country divided by currency confusion

Harare and Mashonaland provinces primarily use US dollars while Bulawayo and Matabeleland provinces rely heavily on the rand.
By Evans Mathanda May. 19, 2024

Gwanda disconnects water over ballooning debts

In a notice on Thursday this week, Gwanda town clerk Priscilla Nkala said the council would disconnect ratepayers owing the local authority.
By Silas Nkala May. 18, 2024

Villagers vandalise Border Gezi camp

The NYS graduates, pejoratively known as ''Green Bombers'' because of their green uniform colour scheme, were a feared militia associated with the ruling Zanu PF party.
By Sharon Sibindi May. 5, 2024

Boost for local firms as credit insurance product covers imports from SA

Credit insurance supervises the collection of debt when it is not yet time to claim.
By Melody Chikono Apr. 29, 2024

Gwanda water crisis deepens

“Efforts to sink deeper the pipe that draws water are being made, but this is not a final solution, it's just a short term measure as we wait for Zinwa to bring water from Blanket Dam.”
By Silas Nkala Apr. 26, 2024

Gwanda council fights rabies

“Rabies vaccination will commence at 8am. A fee of US$1 will be collected per dog to be vaccinated,” reads in part a notice dated April 16 by town clerk Priscilla Nkala.
By Silas Nkala Apr. 21, 2024

Farmers lose livestock to harmful mining practices

An affected farmer himself, Chief Masuku, called for stakeholder concerted interventions to ensure responsible mining activities to preserve the environment.
By Rex Mphisa Apr. 19, 2024

Gwanda nonagenarian dies after unlawful arrest

Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights member, Jabulani Mhlanga, yesterday confirmed that Elizabeth Ndlovu has passed away.
By Silas Nkala Apr. 18, 2024

Gwanda begins consultations on master plan

Meanwhile, Gwanda Progressive Residents Association’s Methuseli Moyo has acknowledged improvement in the way council affairs are being handled.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 11, 2024