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Eunice Sandi-Moyo speaks on Cecil the lion

Eunice Sandi-Moyo speaks on Cecil the lion

Minister of State for Bulawayo Metropolitan province, Eunice Sandi-Moyo has waded into the debate over the killing of Cecil the lion saying first world countries are mourning┬ábecause they benefited more at the expense of locals. Diverting from her speech at the National Disability Expo 2015 ... Read More »

Malinga calls for stand alone disability ministry

Malinga calls for stand alone disability ministry

ZANU PF secretary for the Disabled and Disadvantaged Persons, Joshua Malinga, has called for a stand alone ministry that would exclusively cater for people with disabilities. Speaking at the official opening of the National Disability Expo held at Bulawayo City hall car park Friday, Malinga ... Read More »

Ncube: Zimbabwe’s Walking Sick

Ncube: Zimbabwe’s Walking Sick

By Professor Welshman Ncube One of the most basic human needs is to be in good health. Poor health inevitably leads to death. Thus one of the primary functions of any government must be to secure the health of its citizens. This is why among ... Read More »

Amend Act to plug gold leakages: MP

Amend Act to plug gold leakages: MP

UMZINGWANE National House of Assembly member, William Dhewa has said the government should consider creating centres where small scale miners┬ácan sell their gold as a measure to plug leakages. The local market is said to be losing millions worth of gold as it smuggled outside ... Read More »

Job cuts inevitable: Analysts

Job cuts inevitable: Analysts

ANALYSTS say the massive job cuts triggered by the recent Supreme Court rulings were inevitable, as the economy is failing and there is no way that companies can retain staff under such conditions. A number of firms have hastily effected the Supreme Court ruling that ... Read More »

Thousands want justice for Cecil

Thousands want justice for Cecil

THOUSANDS of people, and still counting, the world over have signed a petition demanding justice for a Zimbabwean lion, Cecil, who was killed by an American dentist, Dr Walter Palmer during a bow hunting trip in the country. So far, the petition has garnered almost ... Read More »

Tyre company fires 75 in Byo

Tyre company fires 75 in Byo

TYRE manufacturing company, Apollo Tyre Zimbabwe, (formerly Dunlop) has allegedly axed at least 75 workers, as more people continue to lose their jobs with companies companies earnestly implementing the Supreme Court ruling that allows employers to give workers three months notice for termination. Workers who ... Read More »

Climate change takes toll on Byo dams

Climate change takes toll on Byo dams

By Senzeni Ncube BULAWAYO is likely to face further water woes in future as climate change is taking it’s toll on the city’s supply dams following a steady increase of run-off due to the eventual change of weather patterns. Speaking during a stakeholder consultative forum ... Read More »

NUST official loses cool after court proceedings

NUST official loses cool after court proceedings

There was drama Wednesday at the Bulawayo Magistrate’s courts when a woman charged of abusing her 12-year-old nephew physically attacked the mother of the complainant after court proceedings. The National University of Science and Technology (NUST) deputy dean of students, Stylish Magida who is facing ... Read More »

MISA launches Information kiosk in Umzingwane

MISA launches Information kiosk in Umzingwane

VILLAGERS in Habane under Umzingwane district will now have the opportunity to receive and share information after the Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) launched an information kiosk in the area. The information kiosk is the first of its kind to be set up in ... Read More »