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Robin Muchetu Senior Reporter UNDERPRIVILEGED children living with disabilities in Bulawayo are benefiting from therapeutic horse riding sessions that are enabling them to exercise their muscles at no cost. The therapeutic healing sessions also include children with learning, cognitive, physical and other special needs. A few of the ...

Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko (left) listens to women in Tourism business, Mrs Nhamo Tshuma (right), Mrs Bester Dube and Mrs Cecilia Dubiwa during the Acting President’s meeting with the Bulawayo Business people at a local hotel…Pic By Dennis Mudzamiri. Robin Muchetu Senior Reporter ACTING President Phelekezela Mphoko has challenged the Bulawayo business...

Munyaradzi Musiiwa Midlands Correspondent A headmaster at Mapiravana Secondary School who was recently convicted of defrauding the rural school of $1 450 after inflating prices of services offered to the school by various service providers has been slapped with an effective six month jail sentence. Maxwell Douglas Nyikadzino (55) of Mapiravana ...

Peter Matika and Lynnia Ndlovu Sunday News Reporters MEMBERS of the ruling Zanu-PF must stop using social media as it is a platform for regime change purveyors out to fight the Government and destabilise the country, a senior party official has said. Addressing a Zanu-PF district meeting in Gwanda yesterday, Deputy Secretary for Land Reform and ...

Dr Augustine Chihuri Munyaradzi Musiiwa Midlands Correspondent POLICE Commissioner-General Dr Augustine Chihuri has conceded that corruption is bedevilling the police force adding that they are working flat out to weed out corrupt elements from the organisation. In an interview on the sidelines of the commissioning of 22 housing units in Buchwa in Mberengwa last ...

Lynnia Ndlovu Sunday News Reporter MATSHETSHENI villagers under Chief Marupi in Gwanda district who mobbed, attacked and destroyed three homesteads belonging to people they suspected to be stealing their cattle successfully filed an appeal against a bail condition to report to police stations citing old age. ...

Vusumuzi Dube and Tinomuda Chakanyuka Sunday News Reporters TOP officials from the Ministries of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare and Finance as well as from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe will meet this week to come up with a position concerning the issue of civil servants salaries for this month as Government strives to avoid a repeat of last month when ...

Sunday News Reporter ONE of Bulawayo’s pioneering black entrepreneurs and evangelist December Norman Sibanda has died. Evangelist Sibanda (76) was laid to rest at Lady Stanley Cemetery in the city on Friday. He was born in the Balule area near Solusi Mission in 1940. His eldest child, Mr Thembinkosi Sibanda described his ...

Tinomuda Chakanyuka Sunday News Reporter THE Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation (Zim Asset) has started bearing fruit, three years into its implementation, with a number of notable projects initiated under the framework now complete, while some are at an advanced stages of completion. ...

Amanda Ncube Sunday News Reporter TWO Bulawayo men who had a penchant for stealing petty things among them cigarettes and cellphone recharge cards have been arrested. The duo of Zamani Ndlovu (39) and Ellington Ndlovu (29) appeared before Bulawayo magistrate Miss Sithembiso Maphosa last week facing three counts of robbery and ...