- BULAWAYO Council (BCC) clinics have no viral load testing (VLT) machines ,critical in anti-retroviral treatment (ART) for HIV-positive patients.
- ZIM has 1,3 million hiv+ve and 8 000 new patients a year yet gvt can't raise US$6 million for donor antiretroviral funding, Mnangagwa spent 1million flying last month
- 'TWO Bulawayo brothers, crime family Sydney and Addmore Gwatsvaira tortured, killed and their bodies dumped on a farm in South Africa'
- NEW LAW: Non Disclosure Agreements (NDA)s "gagging clauses " to stop people disclosing informationwill be reformed and banned.
- KING Lobengula descendants say they want the government to return the Sauerstown Bulawayo State House land to restore their heritage.
TWO Gokwe police officers have been arrested together with other two accomplices after they were found in possession of a live pangolin which they were trying to sell to a local businessman. The two police officers, Tinashe Mushaikwa (29) who is based at ZRP Gokwe Central and Albert Gwere (23) from ZRP Nembudziya Post and their accomplices Gordon Chitima (49) of Nemanga Village under Chief Chireya and James Matsungo (42) from Chiweshe were last…Read More
Salary scandal is reported to have rocked the city of Harare with the top officials at the local authority allegedly refusing to implement the required levels demanded by the government. Harare Residents Trust said there is an ongoing scandal in the salaries structure at Harare City Council. Information that has been made available to the residents’ movement is that the City’s top four position holders are resisting to implement in full the salary levels demanded…Read More
Ten provincial chairpersons were yesterday dazzled by aspiring Zifa presidential candidate Phillip Chiyangwa’s flamboyance and possibly his manifesto as they unanimously endorsed him for the December 5 election during a meeting held in the capital. The endorsement came barely a few days after Chiyangwa was endorsed by the four regional chairs. The meeting, as expected, was held at Chiyangwa’s offices along Enterprise Road in Harare and was attended by all the 10 provincial chairpersons, with…Read More
SHURUGWI Town Council at one time diverted road funds to pay salaries, a situation that must never be repeated, Zimbabwe National Road Authority chairman, Albert Mugabe, has revealed. Mugabe said local authorities should desist from abusing the Zinara funds but instead work hard to make sure the road network is maintained. “At one time Shurugwi Town Council diverted Zinara funds towards payment of salaries and this must never be repeated,” Mugabe told a Zinara meeting…Read More
PROSECUTORS were last week ordered to furnish transport ministry permanent secretary, Munesushe Munodawafa, with a trial date by next month, failing which the official would be freed. Munodawafa is charged with criminal abuse of office. Magistrate, Elijah Makomo, last Wednesday said the State’s failure to name a trial date would result in charges against Munodawafa being withdrawn. Makomo said it was reasonable for the permanent secretary to contest further remand as he has been subjected…Read More
FIREBAND Harare executive Leslie Gwindi yesterday picked up his nomination papers for the vacant Zifa president’s post, setting the stage for a showdown with business mogul Philip Chiyangwa who was the first to do so. Gwindi though, chose to play down his decision to pick the forms, saying “picking up the nomination forms doesn’t formalise my candidature but yes, I’ve picked up the forms.” He said he will be making a formal announcement in the…Read More
Government has been sucked into the row over a 100-hectare tobacco farm in Centenary where British doctor, Sylvester Nyatsuro, is allegedly fighting to forcibly eject its white owner, Philip Rankin. Rankin yesterday said government has since reopened a 2007 case in which he was accused of refusing to vacate a designated farm. “I have been asked to appear in court and I am waiting for the magistrate as we speak. Nobody had been…Read More
Let the evidence speak for its self,…see photo. Moooooooving On! BUSINESSMAN and Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) presidential aspirant, Phillip Chiyangwa, claims he is a victim of his wealth, as questions emerge over his eligibility to lead the country’s football controlling body. Chiyangwa told NewsDay in an interview yesterday that his aim was to go into continental and world soccer administration. .Phillip chiyangwa argues the following: .“Look, people tend to look at my looks and the…Read More
MABVUKU-TAFARA MP James Maridadi has said Zimbabwe’s parastatals were not generating any profits hence that was a sign that the country’s economy was not functioning properly. “There is something in Corporate Strategy, which is called ‘root cause analysis’. What it means is that when you see a problem and you want to deal with the problem, you do what is called an analysis of the root cause of that problem,” he said. …Read More