Villagers up for US$54K mine vandalism, theft

The matter was remanded to February 2 for continuation at the Kwekwe Magistrates’ Court.
By Silas Nkala Jan. 27, 2023

Graduates sing the blues

Speaking to NewsDay, a number of unemployed graduates said they have now resorted to menial jobs like cleaning and vending, or other informal trades to earn a living.
By Patricia Sibanda Jan. 26, 2023

Midlands miners accused of land degradation

And despite promising to act, the miners have not been true to their pledges, Nyahwai said.
By Stephen Chadenga Jan. 25, 2023

MSU pathology centre opens

The higher learning institution said clients could pay for services in cash (in both the local currency and the United States dollar), mobile money, swipe and medical aid.
By Stephen Chadenga Jan. 12, 2023

Five Silobela men arrested for murder

Midlands police spokesperson Inspector Emmanuel Mahoko confirmed the incident.
By Obert Siamilandu Dec. 29, 2022

Little change in 2023, except more looting

There is no possibility that any opposition can win the next election in 2023 as the hidden one-party State agenda of Zimbabwe is pushed along. Elections are just a formality.
By Zanda Shumba Dec. 20, 2022

ED, govt conflicted on Gukurahundi: Rights groups

Matabeleland-based human rights groups feel that Mnangagwa does not need the report as there is no new information on the issue.
By Silas Nkala Dec. 13, 2022

Misuse of govt resources rife in health sector: Report

The damning report was unveiled concurrently with the commemorations of the International Anti-Corruption Day on Friday.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Dec. 11, 2022

Rural women bear brunt of gender-based violence

Moyo from Lower Gweru in the Midlands hurried back home to take a bath before she started cooking to complete her day's work.
By Evans Mathanda Dec. 4, 2022