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Sunday News Reporters The Zimbabwe Indigenous Languages Promotion Association (Zilpa) has waded into the emotive debate over teaching of indigenous languages in primary schools saying the matter was taking a wrong direction by concentrating on Ndebele only at the expense of many other ...

Fairness Moyana Sunday News Correspondent FIVE people were reportedly injured when five haulage trucks collided resulting in a pile-up at the 235-kilometre peg along the Bulawayo-Victoria Falls highway on Friday. Although Matabeleland North provincial police spokesperson, Inspector Siphiwe Makonese, was not ...

Mr Khulekani Ndlovu A SIZINDA gay man, who has attracted ridicule from many people in the suburb after reportedly going around cross-dressed and courting unsuspecting men with the promise of large sums of money for a “one-night-stand”, has hit back at critics boasting that no one would change ...

INSTITUTIONS of Higher and Tertiary education in Zimbabwe have the highest rate of new HIV and AIDS infections, the National AIDS Council has noted. ...

MASVINGO police have embarked on an anti-sexual violence campaign to raise awareness especially in rural areas amid reports that Zaka district tops the province in sexual abuse cases involving children. ...

THE Bulawayo City Council (BCC) is constructing a new swimming pool at a cost of $2,5 million as it gears up for the African Union Region V Under 20 Youth Games which will be held in the city in December among some other infrastructural developments and facelifts, Sunday ...

TWO young Zimbabwean ladies have been named among Africa’s most outstanding emerging women leaders, with the courage and commitment to lead and shape the future of the continent. ...

CAN a dead man be said to be a lucky man? Well this paradox seems to apply to the late Gweru punter, Dumisani Mabeka, as fortune keeps smiling on him even beyond the grave just as the late King of Pop Michael Jackson continues selling records from the grave. ...

COLONEL Lovemore Dominic Nolwazi Jiyane, has been seconded to 4.1 Brigade in Masvingo as the new Combatant Commander. The post fell vacant after the death of Lieutenant Colonel Charles Gwangwava in an accident in December last year. ...

RESIDENTS of Newton West in Bulawayo are lobbying for the eviction of a woman from the area whom they suspect to be a prostitute who has wrecked many families and abuses her children. ...