Villagers sell their livestock for a song

Zimbabwe is going through a severe drought amid fears that more livestock could die as the effects of climate change wreak havoc across the country.
By Sharon Sibindi Apr. 7, 2024

Villagers should fight for their rights: Minister

Ndlovu was responding to inquiries about 180 villagers from Gwanda who were arrested for illegal occupation of land at Hollings Block Farm.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 3, 2024

Fake US$20 notes surface in Matobo

The accused, Passmore Mbano was denied bail and will return to court on April 4.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 2, 2024

Briefs: Naked fish poacher arrested

Tshuma appeared before Plumtree magistrate Joshua Nembaware on Friday and was sentenced to three months in jail.
By Simbarashe Sithole Mar. 31, 2024

Man rapes friend’s daughter (10)

The court heard that in 2022, the child was staying together with her parents at a Fort Rixon compound owned by the man.
By Daniel Moyo Mar. 22, 2024

Outrage over Mopani worm porridge, blood samples

University of Zimbabwe medical doctor, Prosper Chopera, said the programme was being spearheaded by the government through the Health and Child Care ministry.
By Patricia Sibanda Mar. 11, 2024

Delayed payments rile civil servants

The civil servants were promised US$120 per day to cater for accommodation and meals.
By Nhau Mangirazi Mar. 5, 2024

Farmers pin hopes on village banks

Matabeleland South province has continued to experience a recurrence of droughts since the 1980s amid calls by agricultural experts for farmers to resort to smart agriculture.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 26, 2024

Former councillor caught up in brothels storm

The Shangani community has complained about this saying sex work was now commonplace in the area with many shops and properties in Insiza turned into brothels.
By Sharon Sibindi Feb. 25, 2024