MIDLANDS & NORTH-WEST

1 year ago | August 23, 2019

Demo snub gets thumbs up

Midlands Provincial Affairs Minister Larry Mavima has commended people here for ignoring the call to take part in ...

Mayor accused of double standards

Zimbabwe Urban Councils Workers Union (ZUCWU) Gweru branch chairperson Mr Kudakwashe Munengiwa has accused Gweru Mayor ...

Farming preparations begin

The Midlands Province has submitted its provincial Command Agriculture and Presidential inputs requirements with the ...

1 year ago | August 21, 2019

Counselling session helps sniff out rape suspect

A 17-year-old boy from Chiwundura has been arrested for allegedly raping a nine-year-old girl several times in a bush ...

Gokwe engages Zesa to avert water disaster

GOKWE Town Council, which faces acute water challenges exacerbated by the unavailability of power due to load-shedding, ...

Staff regrading torches storm at town council

Gokwe Town Council is at loggerheads with its workers after implementing a job and salary regrading exercise across the ...

1 year ago | August 20, 2019

Council suspends 2 for shoddy job

Two City of Gweru employees have been suspended for allegedly offering their services to private land developers, ...

‘Don’t blame inflation for failure’

Businesspeople should not blame inflation or economic challenges for the failure of their business, but should rather ...

1 year ago | August 19, 2019

Government gesture saves Gweru millions

GOVERNMENT’S intervention in sourcing four water pumps for City of Gweru at a cost of US$440 000 has saved the local ...

Treat for fallen heroes’ families

Widows and relatives of fallen heroes and heroines interred at Midlands Provincial Heroes Acre have hailed a local ...

1 year ago | August 15, 2019

Tertiary institutions key to industry revival: Minister

Polytechnics and universities across the country play a key role in the revival of defunct companies like Ziscosteel ...

Small-scale gold miners upbeat as load-shedding eases

Small-Scale miners are optimistic of meeting the gold output target of 40 tonnes for this year, on the back of improved ...

1 year ago | August 14, 2019

Churches slam demos

INDIGENOUS churches have condemned demonstrations planned by MDC-Alliance and a section of Non-Governmental ...

Kwekwe Expo preps well on course

Preparations for the 10th anniversary of the Kwekwe Expo, an annual exhibition, are on course with organisers expressing ...

War Veteran Shumba dies

Former Midlands Provincial War Veterans Chair Cde Tozivashe a.k.a Terry Shumba has died.