MANICALAND & MASH EAST

7 days ago | September 13, 2018

Econet makes Chipinge ‘wireless’

BIG companies should take advantage of Chipinge’s conducive investment environment, an official has said.

Suspected cholera cases in Mash East

Six suspected cases of cholera have been recorded in Mashonaland East Province, an official has said.

New Mutare RDC chair speaks on service provision

NEWLY-elected Mutare Rural District Council chairperson, Councillor Itai Katsaruware has vowed to improve service ...

Boost for people with disabilities

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has donated Takkyu volley, Frisbee and Bocci sports equipment to people ...

Kadoma embarks on recruitment drive

Kadoma City Council is planning to beef up its enforcement and engineering departments by recruiting at least six police ...

Man scalds wife over visit to RG’s office

Police here have launched a manhunt for a Goromonzi man who scalded his wife with five litres of water after an argument ...

SMEs bemoan forex shortages

FOREIGN currency shortages are hampering efforts by small to medium enterprises (SMEs) in Manicaland Province to grow ...

1 week ago | September 12, 2018

‘Begin science education at ECD’

Lovemore Kadzura Rusape Correspondent SCHOOLS should start seriously teaching of science and technology from infant ...

Sen Mutsvangwa bids Manicaland farewell

Rumbidzayi Zinyuke Manicaland Bureau SENATOR Monica Mutsvangwa bade an emotional farewell to Manicaland on Monday as she ...

1 week ago | September 11, 2018

Cholera in Buhera, Makoni

Sharon Chigeza Mutare Correspondent THREE cases of cholera have been confirmed in Manicaland Province with two suspected ...

Govt to improve metrology services

Wimbainashe Zhakata and Daniel Mhonda GOVERNMENT is exploring initiatives to draw a framework for the utilisation of 1, ...

New Marondera mayor upbeat

Mash East Correspondent The new mayor for Marondera Municipality Clr Chengetai Marova has promised to ensure an ...

1 week ago | September 10, 2018

More enrol to train as teachers

TEACHERS’ colleges have in recent months witnessed a 10 percent increase in the enrolment of students intending to train ...

Disabled call for Parly quota system

GOVERNMENT has been urged to increase representation of disabled people in Parliament to allow for inclusion of their ...

Africa University to host 100 young scientists

GOVERNMENT will this week launch the first ever bio-medical research competition in Manicaland province, The Herald has ...