Tempers flare over Matabeleland roads

Two members of the Insimbi ZeZhwane band died in an accident along the same road, while 10 others were seriously injured.
By Nizbert Moyo Aug. 8, 2023

Firm loses property to farmer

Delima Pvt trading as Delicor Drilling appeared before Justice Maxwell Takuva on charges of defrauding a Tsholotsho farmer, Fake Philimon Nyathi.
By Nizbert Moyo Jul. 30, 2023

Tsholotsho RDC upbeat after getting town status

Tsholotsho RDC acting chief executive officer Lovemore Ndlovu said the move would go a long way in bringing the much-needed development to the district.
By Nizbert Moyo Jul. 3, 2023

Gukurahundi scars still fresh as Tsholotsho massacre victims get some recognition

Six people, including women and kids, were killed on the day when the soldiers rounded up 12 villagers and forced them into a hut before setting it ablaze.
By Everson Mushava and Chiedza Mlingwa Jul. 2, 2023

Ibhetshu LikaZulu erects plaques in memory of Gukurahundi victims

Ibhetshu LikaZulu co-ordinator Mbuso Fuzwayo said they erected the plaques at an emotionally charged memorial service held on Wednesday.
By Silas Nkala Jul. 1, 2023

Lions, jumbos on the loose

Sodaka line headman Lovemore Ndlovu under Chief Siphoso said lions had become a menace in the area.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 18, 2023

Boy (13) jailed 3 years for raping, impregnating cousin (9)

In August last year, the nine-year-old Grade 3 pupil’s pregnancy made headlines in Zimbabwe and the world beyond.
By Nizbert Moyo May. 9, 2023

Rangers move to wildlife ‘hotspot’

Hwange National Park is now home to about 50 000 elephants, which far outweighs its 15 000 carrying capacity.
By Sydney Kawadza Apr. 21, 2023

Tsholotsho gets town status

Siwela said the move would bring more investment and help in the development of the town.
By Emmanuel Mpofu Apr. 10, 2023