Dr Amai Grace Mugabe

Women’s League backs First Lady for VP

Walter Nyamukondiwa Mashonaland West Bureau ZANU-PF Mashonaland West Women’s League has thrown its weight behind First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe to fill the position of Vice President following the ouster...

Chinhoyi relaxes business terms

Mash West Bureau CHINHOYI Municipality has stepped up efforts to implement the ease of doing business in the town, after reviewing some of its policies that were hindering business as well as engagin...

Karoi seeks to collect $2m by Dec 31

From Conrad Mupesa in Karoi KAROI Town Council hopes to have collected more than $2 million by December 31 from the $6 million it had budgeted for. The local authority had by August this year managed...

National Investment Policy on the cards

John Murwira Mash West Correspondent Government is working on a National Investment Policy, which will guide potential investments in the country. In an interview on the sidelines of a two-day worksh...
Mr Mliswa

Mliswa’s double standards exposed

Zvamaida Murwira Senior Reporter Norton Member of Parliament Mr Temba Mliswa’s double standards have been exposed after making a major climbdown on the conditions of service for legislators where he ...
Cde Shamu

Wheat farmers to get harvesting assistance

Blessings Chidakwa Mash West Correspondent GOVERNMENT says it is committed to assisting winter wheat farmers with combine harvesters to speed up winter harvesting at a time when farmers are beginning...

Vendors, pirate taxis back on the streets

Mash West Bureau ILLEGAL vendors and pirate taxis operating in Chinhoyi have resurfaced, mushrooming in the Central Business District, barely a week after most of them had complied. Chinhoyi municipa...

Communities laud Red Cross

Tawanda Marwizi Mash West Bureau The Zimbabwe Red Cross Society (ZRCS) has been commended for its community-driven programmes that have spurred development in most parts of Kariba. Speaking at an eve...
Cde Dinha

Dinha meets S. Korean envoy

Fungai Lupande Mash Central Bureau The new South Korean ambassador to Zimbabwe yesterday commended the country’s agriculture production, which he said will be instrumental in the economic development...

Pay your bills timely, residents urged

John Murwira Mash West Correspondent Chinhoyi residents have been urged to pay their bills on time to enable the municipality, which is currently owed $36,7 million, to meet service delivery. In an i...

Zimplats to reopen Bimha Mine

Walter Nyamukondiwa Chinhoyi Bureau PLATINUM mining giant Zimplats is on course to meet the April 2018 target to reopen its collapsed Bimha Mine and to develop the new Mupani Mine project, which will...