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WATER levels in dams supplying major cities and towns in the southern parts of the country continue to diminish, with the Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa) calling for sustainable use of water in the wake of erratic rains last season. ...

THE number of men with multiple sexual partners has increased over the last five years, while that of women with similar sexual traits has remained static, albeit very low, over the same period, statistics have shown. ...

THE High Court has declined jurisdiction on the matter where the eldest daughter of the late Chief Mvuthu Mlotshwa of Hwange District, Miss Silibaziso Mlotshwa, is suing the District Administrator and her uncle for disqualifying her from ...

THE Zimbabwe National Traditional Healers Association (Zinatha) has said Pentecostal churches, prophets and faith healers should register with the organisation and the Traditional Medical Practitioners Council (TMPC) to operate in the country. ...

THE Government is in the process of digitalising the Vehicle Inspection Department (VID), a process which will see aspiring drivers writing provisional driver’s licences tests online and reducing interface with officials to minimise cases of alleged corruption. ...

ZIMBABWE is facing a yawning funding gap in its fight against HIV amid calls for the country to move towards domestic funding of its HIV response programmes. ...

THOUSANDS of airtime vendors may soon find themselves jobless as mobile phone companies in the country are moving towards scraping airtime recharge scratch cards in the next two months in compliance with a Government directive issued last year. ...

ZVISHAVANE residents are fuming over dirty water that has been coming out of their taps for the past two weeks, and have expressed fears of a disease outbreak in the mining town. However, the local authority insists that the water is safe for drinking despite the suspicious brown colour. Nonetheless, experts contend that the water needed further purification and was not...

MEMBER of the House of Assembly for Makokoba Retired Colonel Tshinga Dube has secured a $500 000 loan facility for Small to Medium Enterprises in his constituency. ...

THE two Mpilo Central Hospital executives who were fired early this month after being found guilty of abuse of office will pay close to $40 000 in addition to losing their jobs, it has been learnt. ...