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Dumani Moyo Sunday News Reporter A BULAWAYO woman last week came home drunk and bashed her sick husband and children before hiding their food in order to make them starve. Greater Chitengu (43), of Entumbane suburb, is alleged to always beat up her husband, Mulenga Ncube (63), and her children when drunk. This was revealed when Nompumelelo Ncube (25), one of the ...

Mncedisi Buhali Sunday News Reporter THE mischief of an 18-year-old Bulawayo maid landed her in trouble after she stole her boss’s police uniform and wore it to town, claiming she was on patrol. Mary Sibanda of Mzilikazi was arrested by a member of the Zimbabwe Republic Police when he questioned her upon meeting her in the central business district. Sibanda appeared...

THERE is a silver lining on the economic landscape of Matabeleland and the country in general if what is happening on the ground and coming from the mouths of senior Government officials is anything to go by. While the people of Matabeleland have been huffing and puffing about lack of development with fingers pointed at the Government and ...

Feature Tinomuda Chakanyuka ON Tuesday 16 June Zimbabwe joined the rest of the African Continent to commemorate the Day of the African Child. Government, international organisations, civil society organisations, and communities engaged in various activities across the country to mark the day. The Day of the African Child is foremost a tribute to the 1976 uprising by children...

Robin Muchetu Senior Reporter VICE-PRESIDENT Phelekezela Mphoko has commended the church and the education system for complementing Government efforts and policies in skills development by producing entrepreneurs’ rather than job seekers. In a speech read on his behalf by the principal director in the VP’s office, Dr Themba Ndlovu, at a graduation ceremony at ...

Tinomuda Chakanyuka Sunday News Reporter THE country has recorded a significant decline in malaria cases and deaths with 231 490 cases having been recorded so far this year compared to 425 444 cases recorded during the same period last year. Data from the Ministry of Health and Child Care shows that 317 people died of malaria countrywide down from 515 who succumbed to...

Sunday News Correspondent ZIMBABWE Women Lawyers Association joins the rest of Africa in commemorating the Day of the African child. The Day of the African Child is commemorated every year on 16 June by Member States of the African Union (AU), and its partners (in accordance with Resolution CM/Res.1290 (XL). The Day of the African Child has been commemorated on 16 ...

Tinomuda Chakanyuka Sunday News Reporter THE country’s maternal mortality ratio has dropped by an estimated 32 percent over the past seven years, although it remains significantly higher than the global average, latest data shows. Maternal mortality can be defined as the death of a woman while pregnant or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy, regardless of the...

Sukulwenkosi Dube Plumtree Correspondent MANGWE Rural District Council has received $90 000 from Zinara for road maintenance works within the district. The local authority’s chief executive officer, Mr Nketha Mangoye Dlamini, said 237 kilometres of earth road were set to be developed using this fund. He said of the target 86 kilometres was the State road from Plumtree...

Vusumuzi Dube Sunday News Reporter IN a first for Bulawayo, a primary school, Mawaba, located in the high-density suburb of Lobengula West has embarked on an ambitious project to construct a double-storey lecture theatre block and multi-purpose swimming pool, it has been learnt. The council-owned school did the ground-breaking ceremony for the two projects a couple of...