Tropical storm Ana to affect 13 districts

By ZBC Reporter THIRTEEN districts in Zimbabwe are set to be affected by a tropical storm named Ana, which is expected to hit Mozambique from this Monday. The national emergency…

Flood hazard maps ready for use in all districts

By Mhlomuli Ncube THE Civil Protection Unit has developed flood hazard maps in every district as part of long-term emergency plans to deal with the increasing threat of natural disasters.…

Tuku remembered

By ZBC Reporter The Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi Memorial half marathon has been launched in Norton as the nation marked the third anniversary of his death this Sunday. The music legend…

Zex Manatsa laid to rest

By Colette Musanyera MUSIC legend, Zex Manatsa, who succumbed to cancer this Thursday, has been buried with Zimbabweans describing him as a great man, whose legacy will live on. It…

Mbare residents disconnected as council fails to remit their payments to ZESA

By Tendai Munengwa SOME Mbare residents in Harare have gone for nine months without power after ZESA disconnected them for non-payment of bills. It has however emerged that the residents…

Zinara to disburse $16bn

THE Zimbabwe National Road Administration (Zinara) will this year disburse $16 billion to road authorities to facilitate the ongoing countrywide road rehabilitation programme. This figure is an increase from the…

Motorists welcome the opening of CVR on weekends

By Fungai Jachi THE Government’s move to open the Central Vehicle Registry (CVR) offices during the weekend has been welcomed by motorists, as the move is set to speed up…

Tongogara Refugee Camp lobbies for community radio station

By Tamuka Charakupa THE Government says the establishment of a community radio station at Tongogara Refugee Camp in Chipinge will be key in catering for information and entertainment needs of…

ICZ reviews third party compensation limits.

By Wellington Makonese THE review of third party vehicle insurance premiums and compensation limits has been met with calls for timeous payment of claims by insurance companies. The Insurance Council…

Twenty-eight more private schools closed

By Tendai Munengwa TWENTY-eight more private schools have been shut down in Harare, while 17 directors arrested for running the schools without proper documentation. A report released by Ministry of…