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Minister Paul Mavhima Robin Muchetu, Senior Reporter SCHOOLS will no longer be allowed to collect examination papers days before the examination date but will collect and return each paper to the cluster centre on the day of sitting as part of measures to tighten security and avoid leakages. ...

Cde Cain Mathema Vusumuzi Dube, Senior Reporter HOME Affairs Minister Cain Mathema has said police roadblocks will continue in the country’s major highways as they help prevent criminal activities and bring a semblance of sanity on the roads. ...

Deputy Mayor Tinashe Kambarami Vusumuzi Dube, Municipal Reporter BULAWAYO deputy mayor, Councillor Tinashe Kambarami has called on councillors and residents to unite and focus on developing the city saying the era of dirty politics has been left behind. ...

Michael Magoronga, Midlands Correspondent TWO members of a gang that had terrorised Mbizo residents, breaking into houses, robbing them of cash and cellphones, will spend the next four years behind bars after they were found guilty on four counts of unlawful entry and armed robbery by a Kwekwe magistrate. ...

Cde Sithembiso Nyoni Bruce Ndlovu, Sunday News Correspondent PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa set an  example of forgiveness when he gave a helping hand to the former First Family in their hour of need despite the hostility they showed towards him in the past, the Minister of Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Cde Sithembiso Nyoni has said....

Minister Jorum Gumbo Peter Matika, Senior Reporter THE Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) has lost more than a $1,6 million worth of infrastructure to theft and vandalism cases amid revelations that Government is lobbying for the criminalisation of scrap copper possession to curb the illegality. ...

Sukulwenkosi Dube Matutu, Gwanda Correspondent A FORM Four pupil at Stanmore Secondary School has appeared in court for raping his 10-year-old cousin sister while her three-year-old younger brother watched. ...

Michael Magoronga, Midlands Correspondent THE Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) has temporarily banned all cooked food from outside into prisons as a way of containing cholera which has claimed more than 30 lives in Harare. ...

Sukulwenkosi Dube-Matutu, Gwanda Correspondent A CASE of cholera has been reported in Beitbridge district in Matabeleland South Province with health officials from the area saying measures are being put in place to contain it. ...

Mrs Beatrice Marumahoko (left) poses with a certificate and trophy she won at the Women in Business Reporter IF you talk about mining, rarely do you expect success stories to come from women as the sector is male-dominated. ...