Breaking News
Home 45 Tag Archives: Bulawayo

Tag Archives: Bulawayo

Tshova Mubaiwa on an expansion drive

ONE of Bulawayo’s oldest commuter omnibus associations, Tshova Mubaiwa is on an expansion drive and it is set to introduce a cross border service. The service is set to cover destinations in countries within Southern African Development Committee SADC, a strategy towards extending their market ...

Read More »

Foreign exhibitors gun for mutually beneficial trade ties at ZITF

FOREINGN exhibitors at the ongoing Zimbabwe international Trade Fair (ZITF)say they are hoping to create mutually beneficial relations with local businesses by expanding their market base. They said the platform will grant them an opportunity to interact and create contacts with local businesses that can ...

Read More »

WOZA stage demo demanding right to education

WOMEN of Zimbabwe Arise (WOZA) staged a children march calling Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education to fulfil of the right to education as enshrined in the Zimbabwe Constitution in Bulawayo. The government confirmed the obligation in the Constitution Section 27(1) (a) that the state ...

Read More »

Ending child marriages: Govt urged to review age of consent upwards to 18 years

BULAWAYO residents say one of the ways of curbing child marriages is revising the age of consent from 16 to18 years. The residents told the joint Portfolio Committees on Women Affairs, Gender and Community Development, Youth Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment, Justice Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, ...

Read More »

BCC relaxes water rationing limits by 15 percent

THE Bulawayo City Council has resolved to review water-rationing limits by 15 percent owing to the recent rains received in the 2016 – 2017 season. In a statement Thursday the local authority’s senior public relations officer Nesisa Mpofu said while the water limits have been ...

Read More »

Zesa plans prepaid electricity interruptions over the weekend

By Arnold Dube THOUSANDS of Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority (Zesa) customers could be plunged into darkness over the weekend, as the power utility’s prepaid service will be interrupted. The country’s sole electricity supplier- Zesa – has since issued an advisory message to its customers to ...

Read More »

Gender Forum on the cards for Bulawayo

By Sibusiso Moyo WOMEN’s Institute for Development (WILD) will hold a gender forum under the banner of “Women Empowered for Public Leadership” aimed at increasing women’s participation and equal opportunities in public decision-making processes in Bulawayo. The gender forum will be held at the Bulawayo ...

Read More »

Luveve youths set for leadership grooming

By Arnold Dube LUVEVE Youth Development Committee has taken a stand to engage youths from the suburb by encouraging them to participate in developmental initiatives as well as taking leadership roles in the area. In an interview, Luveve Youth Development Committee Nqobile Malikongwa said the ...

Read More »

Tremor rips through Zimbabwe

AN earth tremor ripped through most parts of Zimbabwe last night after an earthquake measuring 6.5 on the Richter scale hit the neighbouring Botswana. Most parts of the country, including Bulawayo experienced the tremor for almost 30 seconds after an earthquake struck Moijabana- a small ...

Read More »

Irregularities in food distribution persist

By Samantha Ndebele FRESH concerns over alleged corruption in food aid distribution in Bulawayo with the latest case emanating from Emakhandeni suburb, whereby residents say they are being sidelined from the government programme on party lines. In a residents’ meeting Wednesday, residents demanded action from ...

Read More »