1 418 Zim bodies repatriated from SA

Thupeyo Muleya Beitbridge Bureau A total of 1 418 bodies of Zimbabweans who died of various ailments in South Africa were repatriated in the last six months, an official said yesterday.
Cde Wadyajena

Wadyajena takes cotton firms to task

Lloyd Gumbo Senior Reporter COTTON companies in Gokwe-Nembudziya must make meaningful contribution to villagers in the area through corporate social responsibility, the National Assembly member for t...
Mr Kuwaza

SPB boss faces contempt of Parliament

Lloyd Gumbo Senior Reporter State Procurement Board chairperson Mr Charles Kuwaza faces contempt of Parliament after he failed to provide parliamentarians with information they requested almost a mon...

. . . reshuffle gets thumbs up

INTEREST groups yesterday welcomed President Mugabe’s Cabinet reshuffle, saying the decision to move long-serving ministers to new portfolios was bound to bring fresh ideas to the ministries and spre...
cabinet reshufle

Chombo, Moyo, Tyson reassigned

Felex Share and Lloyd Gumbo President Mugabe yesterday reshuffled Cabinet, resulting in several ministers swapping portfolios and two new ones being appointed. The restructuring claimed the scalp of ...

Relief for ZOU graduates

Herald Reporter Government has lifted the suspension on the Diploma in (Primary) Education offered by the Zimbabwe Open University. The diploma was suspended in 2011 after the Public Service Commissi...

Senior magistrate fired over bribe

Bulawayo Bureau Suspended senior regional magistrate Mr Sikhumbuzo Nyathi has been fired after a disciplinary panel investigating his case of misconduct concluded that he was guilty of trying to brib...
vendors

Move immediately, vendors told

Herald Reporter All vendors who have registered with the Harare City Council and obtained vendors’ cards must start operating from the approved sites dotted around the city, the city council has said...

Scandal rocks Health Services Board

Paidamoyo Chipunza Senior Health Reporter The Health Services Board is embroiled in a fuel and car hire scandal that has seen it parting with $14 000 per month in fuel allowances for its top executiv...
Ambassador Mubi

Weekly Zim-Asset diaries for ministers

Bulawayo Bureau Government ministries will soon be required to submit weekly activity diaries to the Office of the President and Cabinet as part of measures to monitor progress in the implementation ...

David Masondo dies

Durban. — Eminent South African musician David Mbuso Masondo died yesterday, at the age of 67. The death of Masondo, the lead singer of the Soul Brothers, was announced by his band on their Facebook ...
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Last Minute Trip

Grace Chingoma Senior Sports Reporter THE Warriors endured another horror day yesterday, with their trip to the Comoros hanging in the balance for most of the day, until Government intervened and mad...