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Big send off for Dulini-Ncube

Big send off for Dulini-Ncube

POLITICIANS from across the political divide Saturday joined hands to pay their last respects to founding member of the Movement of Democratic Change, Fletcher Dulini Ncube who was buried at Lady Stanley Cemetery. Dulini was also a liberation war veteran, whose track record was commended ... Read More »

BCC cancels budget consultation meetings

BCC cancels budget consultation meetings

The Bulawayo City Council has cancelled the second phase of budget consultation meetings meant to collect on the local authority’s 2015 budget from residents and other stakeholders. The aim of the consultation meetings is to set out implementation challenges for 2015, confirm priority areas for ... Read More »

ZITF hosts WASHen conference

ZITF hosts WASHen conference

The Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) Company is set to hold its inaugural water, sanitation, hygiene and energy conference, WASHen 2014 billed to focus on sustainable water management, as well as sanitation and hygiene. In a statement, ZITF Company general manager Noma Ndlovu said the ... Read More »

Coltart speaks out on Zone VI games

Coltart speaks out on Zone VI games

FORMER Education Minister, David Coltart, has refuted claims alleging he tried to move the Zone VI games from Bulawayo to Harare. The Friday editions of  the Herald and Chronicle newspapers published a story quoting President Robert Mugabe criticising Coltart for trying to move the games ... Read More »

Prof Ncube mourns Dulini-Ncube

Prof Ncube mourns Dulini-Ncube

IN a eulogy to the late founding member of the Movement for Democratic Change, Fletcher Dulini Ncube, MDC President, Professor Welshman Ncube described him as a principled and reliable individual, passionate in liberating fellow Zimbabweans. Prof Ncube said despite their 21 year old difference, the ... Read More »

Zim doctor joins Ebola fight

Zim doctor joins Ebola fight

THE United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Zimbabwe country director, Dr Peter Kilmarx has left Zimbabwe on a mission to serve as a CDC-Zim Ebola Response Team leader in Sierra Leone. According to CDC, an outbreak of Ebola has been ongoing in ... Read More »

America donates to elephant, rhino conservation in Zim

America donates to elephant, rhino conservation in Zim

ZIMBABWE has received $300 000 from the United States to date this year, for the preservation of elephants and rhinoceros, which are under incessant poaching. Since 2002, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has been assisting the country pushing its donations to $1.25 ... Read More »

Nust lecturers go on strike

Nust lecturers go on strike

Lecturers at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) have reportedly withdrawn services to parallel classes after the university failed to pay them allowances for the second semester of the last academic year. This is not the first time that the Nust Educators Association ... Read More »

City holds second round of 2015 budget consultations

City holds second round of 2015 budget consultations

Bulawayo City Council (BCC) will this weekend begin the second round of consultations with residents and other stakeholders to compile the local authority’s 2015 budget. The aim of the consultation meetings is to set out implementation challenges for 2015, confirm priority areas for the year ... Read More »

Farmers cry foul over illegal imports

Farmers cry foul over illegal imports

UNSCRUPULOUS businesspeople are still bringing in farming produce into the country through illegal entry points despite a ban imposed by government to protect local markets. The government banned the importation of perishable and horticultural products during the start of the year in a bid to ... Read More »