Rwanda recruits 400 Zim Teachers

By John Nhandara THE Zimbabwe- Rwanda Joint Permanent Commission of cooperation is bearing fruit with a team from Rwanda in the country to recruit 400 Zimbabwean teachers to work in…

Newly-built Craneborne house gutted by fire

By Wellington Makonese A Cranborne family in Harare has been left homeless after their US$150 000 property was gutted by fire under unclear circumstances. Just before what could have been…

Diplomats cherish Zimbabwean heroes’ sacrifices

By Josephine Mugiyo, Diplomatic Correspondent AS the country marks the 42nd Heroes Day commemorations, members of the diplomatic corps have pledged their support in the country’s pursuit for economic growth,…

Tour de Tuli roars to life after a two-year break

THE annual Tour de Tuli tourism expedition which is held in the Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier Conservation Area (GMFTCA) roars to life this week following a sabbatical of two years that…

Tourism and conservation project benefits Malipati community

By Gay Matambo THE Manjinji Bosman community tourism and conservation project launched last year in Malipati area has brought massive development in the area through the construction of key infrastructure…

Vungu dam construction to be completed in three years

By Bruce Chahwanda, Political Editor THE contractor for the Vungu Dam project in Silobela which was flagged by Parliament for failing to meet the set targets has defended the company’s…

Government gets tough on vandalism of electricity infrastructure

By Tafara Chikumira GOVERNMENT is taking a tough stance on the rampant vandalism and theft of electricity infrastructure with law enforcement agents having increased their patrols. Government’s latest intervention comes…

Waste management project improves women’s livelihoods

By Memory Chamisa WOMEN in Epworth suburb have embarked on successful waste management projects as part of efforts to sustain their families. As the proverb goes, ‘give man a fish,…

Zimparks warns villagers against night movements as stray lions roam around

By Puleni Siampepu STRAY lions have been spotted in the Chisase area along Ngundu-Triangle highway in Masvingo, with authorities warning villagers to minimise movement in the area until the animals…

Gwanda family celebrates long life as centenarian lives to see great, great grand child

By Providence Maraneli A family in Zhokwe area in Gwanda claims that traditional herbs and good food choices are behind their 112-year-old great grandmother’s long life. On an ordinary weekend,…