MIDLANDS & NORTH-WEST

3 months ago | September 6, 2019

Mines ministry condemns Midlands gold war

Freedom Mupanedemo Midlands Bureau Mines and Mining Development Deputy Minister Polite Kambamura has said his ministry ...

Relatives to sue council over taxi driver suicide

Freedom Mupanedemo Midlands Bureau Relatives of a Zvishavane man who committed suicide after taking a pesticide at the ...

Cottco completes ground-breaking trial

Patrick Chitumba Midlands Bureau Chief The Cotton Company of Zimbabwe Limited (Cottco) has completed ground breaking ...

Rape-accused dad in the dock

Midlands Reporter A Gokwe man was on Tuesday arraigned before a Gweru magistrate for allegedly raping his 13-year-old ...

3 months ago | September 5, 2019

Midlands lays out devolution framework

The Midlands Province is working on establishing its net worth, as devolution implementation gathers momentum.

New era beckons for artisanal miners

All eyes will be focused on the Zimbabwe Miners’ Federation (ZMF) annual general meeting and inaugural conference and ...

3 months ago | September 4, 2019

Gweru receives water pumps from Govt

GWERU City’s perennial water woes will soon be over after the city council last week received four water pumps that were ...

Rentals shocker for students

Students at Midlands State University (MSU) have expressed concern over high rentals being charged for off-campus ...

3 months ago | September 3, 2019

Dairy farmers increase production by four million litres

Milk producers have increased milk production by four million litres from last year, despite numerous challenges they ...

Govt amending Mines & Minerals Act

Government is amending the Mines and Minerals Act to include a policy that legalises repossessing of non-functioning ...

Gokwe Centre runs dry

Gokwe Town has been hit by acute water shortages, with residents in some areas going for months without receiving ...

3 months ago | September 2, 2019

Dairy farmers step up production

Milk producers in the country have increased milk production by 4 million litres from last year despite numerous ...

‘Austerity measures will bear fruit’

SHURUGWI South Member of Parliament Cde Edmond Mkaratigwa says the “tough but necessary” economic reforms being ...

4 months ago | August 30, 2019

Zim maturing democracy, but remains unitary state

ZIMBABWE is maturing as a democracy and in politics as evidenced by the devolution drive spearheaded by the Second ...

Journalists call for removal of bureaucracy in accessing information

The new Freedom of Information Bill should promote the devolution concept by removing bottlenecks and bureaucracy that ...