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Nozibelo Maphosa, Sunday News Reporter THE officer commanding Bulawayo West District, Chief Superintendent Marshal Dube has warned the police and the public to desist from taking or offering brides to officers as this was a serious offence. ...

Meluleki Moyo, Sunday News Correspondent Mtshabezi High School from Matabeleland South recently went on a regional academic conquering spree, scooping gold in Kenya. ...

Harare Bureau THOUSANDS of retrenchees, including those dismissed on notice in 2015, will get business start-up loans from the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Corporation before July 2017. ...

Sunday News Reporters THE new primary and secondary education curriculum is expected to take centre stage at the Zimbabwe Teachers’ Association (Zimta) 36th Annual National Conference which starts in Harare tomorrow. ...

Sukulwenkosi Dube-Matutu, Plumtree Correspondent POLICE have launched a manhunt for a 34-year-old Nkayi man who reportedly beat up his 54-year-old neighbour to death with a log in a dispute over a woman. ...

Dumisani Nsingo, Senior Business Reporter ONE of the country’s leading land and property developers, Hawkflight Construction has added road construction to its portfolio. ...

Mr Tinaye Muchegwa of Dwala in Gwanda District shows where the worm entered his body. The worms cause an itchy skin disease Richard Muponde, Gwanda Correspondent ABOUT 178 villagers from Dwala in Gwanda District have been infected by worms which cause an itchy skin disease prompting medical authorities to dispatch a team to administer drugs to the affected villagers. ...

Nozibelo Maphosa, Sunday News Reporter THE Bulawayo City Council is planning to include Mpilo Central Hospital in its budgetary provisions to ensure that it supports the health institution which has been facing inadequate funding from central Government. ...

Sandra Tekere, Sunday News Reporter AN Esigodini teenager assaulted a police officer at a bar who had previously arrested her boyfriend, depriving her of the fun and comfort of her lover. ...

Munyaradzi Musiiwa, Midlands Correspondent RELATIVES of the 21 people who were burnt beyond recognition when a South Africa-bound Proliner Bus sideswiped with a haulage truck and caught fire in Chirumanzu early this month have suggested a mass burial for the accident victims. ...