ONLY 50km widened tarred and completed of the 158km Bulawayo-Nkayi Road in two years.

ONLY 50km  widened tarred and completed of the  158km Bulawayo-Nkayi Road in two years.

ONLY 50km widened tarred and completed of the 158km Bulawayo-Nkayi Road over the years. THE construction of major roads linking Bulawayo with Nkayi and Tsholotsho districts has gathered momentum as the Second Republic steps up efforts towards completing outstanding infrastructure development projects in the Matabeleland region. Developing sound road infrastructure is one of the critical enablers towards achieving set targets under the National Development Strategy (NDS1), the Government’s five-year economic master plan, which spans from…

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CHINHOYI MUNICIPALITY bans use of farm bricks in property construction as from 30 June 2022

CHINHOYI MUNICIPALITY bans use of farm bricks in property construction  as from 30 June 2022

CHINHOYI MUNICIPALITY bans use of farm bricks in property construction as from 30 June 2022 JUNE 30 officially marks the date outlawing the use of farm bricks in property construction following their ban by Chinhoyi Municipality last year. Council had given residents a six-months grace period to complete structures constructed using the type of bricks. Farm bricks, besides their inferior quality compared to concrete bricks and other kinds, were outlawed as their manufacture is blamed…

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EX ZIMRA ACCOUNTANT loses property to the state

EX ZIMRA ACCOUNTANT loses property to the state

EX-ZIMRA ACCOUNTANT PROPERTY forfeited to the state. The accountant who is serving a six-year sentence for stealing over US$1 million from the taxman’s bank account has lost two mansions in Glen Lorne in Harare, a flat in Harare’s city centre and a top-of-the-range vehicle. Tapuwa Evans Chidemo, who worked as an accounting officer in Zimra’s Value Added Tax (VAT) department, unbelievably amassed wealth worth millions of dollars within a short space of time despite having…

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BULAWAYO machete murderers

BULAWAYO machete murderers

BULAWAYO YOUNG MACHETE MURDERERS have been tracked down and arrested. Three armed robbery suspects who have been terrorising residents and have been linked to the robbery and murder of a Lobengula West businessman early this month, plus five other machete gang robberies. The late businessman, Langelihle Dube, popularly known as Zonda, was brutally attacked and left for dead at his house when the axe and iron bar-wielding robbers pounced and went away with cell phones…

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BRITAIN’S FIRST ASYLUM CAMP ’Guantanamo on Ouse’ – will get their own GPs and dentists under NHS plans.

BRITAIN’S FIRST ASYLUM CAMP ’Guantanamo on Ouse’ – will get their own GPs and dentists under NHS plans.

BRITAIN’S FIRST ASYLUM CAMP ’Guantanamo on Ouse’ – will get their own GPs and dentists under NHS plans.The 1,500 migrants aged 18 to 40 expected to be housed on a former RAF base in Linton on Ouse in north Yorkshire will have access to a “bespoke” health service comprising not only GPs and dentists but also chemists and opticians.Campaigners against the camp say it will be a better service than that provided to residents of…

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BRITISH ARMY MEDIC ( 28) who offered girl ‘12’ £300 to take her virginity, jailed and dismissed from the Army.

BRITISH ARMY MEDIC ( 28) who offered girl ‘12’ £300 to take her virginity,  jailed and dismissed from the Army.

Private Peter Harries, 28, believed he was messaging a child called Chloe while using the app Kik but he was actually talking to two undercover police officers, a military court heard. The married father was told the girl was 12 years old and from the UK before he offered to pay her £5 for naked pictures, £10 for a naked video and up to £100 for sex. But when ‘Chloe’ asked whether it mattered that…

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PROFESSOR MOYO laughs “Chamisa says heavens have endorsed him to lead, “I’m going to lead, no doubt about that, the heavens have endorsed me”.

PROFESSOR MOYO laughs   “Chamisa says heavens have endorsed him to lead, “I’m going to lead, no doubt about that, the heavens have endorsed me”.

PROFESSOR MOYO laughs “Chamisa says heavens have endorsed him to lead, “I’m going to lead, no doubt about that, the heavens have endorsed me”. EXILED former information minister Professor Jonathan Moyo has again laughed at the opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) leader Nelson Chamisa. Addressing scores of mourners at the burial of the late constitutional law expert and academic Alex Magaisa in Mangisi Village, Chikomba district in Wedza, Mashonaland East province, Chamisa (44) said…

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Nazi guard, 101, jailed for five years for serving in concentration camp

Nazi guard, 101, jailed for five years for serving in concentration camp

A 101-year-old man has been convicted of 3,518 counts of accessory to murder for serving at the Nazis’ Sachsenhausen concentration camp during the Second World War. The Neuruppin Regional Court sentenced him to five years in prison. The man who lives Brandenburg state and was not identified, had denied working as an SS guard at the camp and aiding and abetting the murder of thousands of prisoners. H pleaded not guilty again on Monday, just ahead of…

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34 000 houses, 100% salary increase and other non-monetary benefits like accommodation and transport for teachers, Mthuli Ncube Finance Minister.

34 000 houses,  100% salary increase and other non-monetary benefits like accommodation and transport for teachers, Mthuli Ncube  Finance Minister.

34 000 houses, 100% salary increase and other non-monetary benefits like accommodation and transport for teachers, Mthuli Ncube Finance Minister. THE government has said it would embark on a highly ambitious project to build 34,000 houses for teachers in the next five years. This comes at a time when teachers and health workers have been on strike demanding decent salaries and that they should be paid in United States dollars. Addressing the media Monday, Finance…

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UNIVERSITY of Zimbabwe student Alfred Ndlovu takes (UZ) to Court after being barred from running for president in the 1 July elections.

UNIVERSITY of Zimbabwe student Alfred Ndlovu  takes  (UZ) to Court after being  barred from running for president in the 1 July  elections.

UNIVERSITY of Zimbabwe student Alfred Ndlovu takes (UZ) to Court after being barred from running for president in the 1 July elections. A UNIVERSITY of Zimbabwe (UZ) student Alfred Ndlovu has approached the High Court seeking the suspension of Student Representative Council (SRC) elections. Ndlovu was barred from running for president in the vote which is slated for 1 July at the institution of higher learning He has since cited the UZ students’ union and…

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