AVERAGE 65 % of Bulawayo patients suffer mental disorder, mostly drug addiction related, among other issues, cited as a major causes.

AVERAGE 65 % of Bulawayo patients suffer mental disorder, mostly drug addiction related, among other issues, cited as a major causes.

AT least 65 percent of patients that are attended to in Bulawayo suffer from some form of mental disorder with drugs, among other issues, cited as a major cause of the problem.Health experts told Sunday News that extreme cases have been referred to Ingutsheni Central Hospital where more than 600 patients are admitted due to extreme mental disorder. An accredited drug prevention and rehabilitation specialist, Mr Mthabisi Ndlovu said the problem was being worsened by…

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PINT OF BEER GOES UP from $8 to $12, while a 750ml bottle has gone up from $12 to $20

PINT OF BEER GOES UP from  $8 to $12, while a 750ml bottle has gone up from  $12 to $20

PINT OF BEER GOES UP from $8 to $12, while a 750ml bottle has gone up from $12 to $20 . BEER drinkers will now have to dig deeper into their pockets as retailers have hiked prices of the ‘wise’ waters. As of yesterday, a pint of beer (brown bottle) was fetching an average of $12 from $8 while a 750ml bottle had gone up to $20 from $12.Yesterday, Delta Beverages corporate affairs executive Patricia…

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‘NKAYI MAN (20) arrested for raping a woman (80) after hitting her with an iron bar’.

‘NKAYI MAN (20) arrested for raping a woman (80) after hitting her with an iron bar’.

A 20-YEAR-OLD man from Nkayi has been arrested for allegedly raping an 80-year-old woman after hitting her with an iron bar. He also attempted to steal money from her. The man, whose name has been withheld to protect the rape victim, allegedly raped the woman in her bedroom. He pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and rape when he appeared before Bulawayo magistrate Mr Joseph Mabeza. The magistrate remanded him in custody to October 15…

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Registrar General Committee to vet people who deserve passports, an illegal and a violation of the Zimbabwe constitution

Registrar General Committee to vet people who deserve passports, an illegal and a violation of the Zimbabwe constitution .The Committee which is being set by the Registrar General’s office to vet people who deserve passports has been described as illegal and a violation of the constitution by analysts. Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage official Mr Melusi Matshiya recently told State Media that the committee will be responsible for determining the applicants who should get passports,…

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MATEBELELAND, vow to shut down Nursing schools over tribal recruitment exercise in place of locals, no lessons until locals are recruited.

MATEBELELAND, vow to shut down Nursing schools over tribal recruitment exercise  in place of locals, no lessons until locals are recruited.

MATEBELELAND, vow to shut down Nursing schools over tribal recruitment exercise in place of locals, no lessons until locals are recruited.Matabeleland residents have vowed to shut down the nursing schools in the region until the recent recruitment exercise that saw a lot of students from Mashonaland being recruited in place of locals is reversed.The state owned Chronicle reported that in Mpilo nursing school no student was recruited from either Matabeleland North or South. Harare dominated…

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Court orders doctors so far on 40 day strike to return to work within 48hrs, calling it unlawful job action which should be terminated forthwith

Court orders doctors so far on 40 day strike to return to work within 48hrs, calling it unlawful job action which should be terminated forthwith

ZIMBABWE Labour Court has granted an order compelling doctors so far on 40 day industrial action to return to work within 48 hours, with Justice Manyangadze and Justice Murasi declaring that the strike by doctors is unlawful and the job action should be terminated forthwith. This is a developing story-Paul Ngwenya WELCOME EVERYONE: 263,806 MEMBERS, 1000 new members a day. A Quarter of a million members, thank you for the fast growth, participation and continuos…

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CHIVU TEACHER (48) in Harare hospital after iron bar revenge attack by 1 Elliot Magaya (18) an ex student over school days canning.

CHIVU TEACHER  (48) in Harare hospital after  iron bar revenge attack by 1   Elliot Magaya (18)  an ex student over school days canning.

Bernard Nyika, a teacher at Masasa Secondary School in Chikomba, sustained a deep cut on his head after he was struck by an intoxicated Elliot Magaya (18) of Magaya village, under Chief Mutekedza.Magaya is currently in remand facing attempted murder charges.Mashonaland East provincial police spokesperson Inspector Tendai Mwanza confirmed the incident, saying despite the brutal attack, Nyika was now in a stable condition.“We are against all forms of violence and those who are caught perpetrating…

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‘REGIONAL MAGISTRATES TO EARN $ $9 384 allowances and salary, civil service a paltry $1 042 as from August 1, 2019’

‘REGIONAL MAGISTRATES TO EARN $ $9 384 allowances and salary, civil service a paltry $1 042  as from August 1, 2019’

‘REGIONAL MAGISTRATES TO EARN $ $9 384 allowances and salary, civil service a paltry $1 042 as from August 1, 2019’. Paul Ngwenya WELCOME EVERYONE: 263,550MEMBERS, 1000 new members a day. A Quarter of a million members, thank you for the fast growth, participation and continuos encouragement to others to join the group, and engage other progressive minded people in respectful and inclusive debate focused on information dissemination in issues that directly affect the ordinary…

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ALPHA MEDIA HAS denied reports that it has sold a shares to President Emmerson Mnangagwa or his representatives.

ALPHA MEDIA HAS denied  reports that it has sold a  shares to President Emmerson Mnangagwa or his representatives.

ALPHA MEDIA HAS ISSUED A STATEMENT denying meida reports that it has sold a certain percentage of its shares to President Emmerson Mnangagwa or his representatives. In a statement issued by Company Secretary Prudence Mutsvangwa AMH said it would like to dismiss social media speculations that Mnangagwa has brought shares into the media groupThe company added that the speculations were unfounded as it has not and is not in any negotiations with Mr. Mnangagwa or…

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BREAD disappears in Harare as the Bakers Association of Zimbabwe are planning to increase the price from $10 to $15 per loaf.

BREAD disappears in Harare as  the Bakers Association of Zimbabwe are planning to increase the price from $10 to $15 per loaf.

BREAD disappears in Harare as the Bakers Association of Zimbabwe are planning to increase the price from $10 to $15 per loaf.Bread has reportedly disappeared in Harare amidst reports that the Bakers Association of Zimbabwe are planning to increase the price from $10 to $15.The impending price increase is being attributed to the increase of services and ingredients involved in the production of bread.Prices of commodities have been increasing weekly throughout the country with fuel…

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