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THE Zimbabwe National Army yesterday handed over a dormitory block to Usher High School in Figtree, following a request by the school for assistance. ...

A 19-year-old man from Mberengwa accused of waylaying schoolchildren while wielding a razor blade and a knife before raping them has appeared at the Zvishavane Magistrate’s Court facing charges of rape. ...

A PLUMTREE businessman irked Bulawayo High Court judge Justice Martin Makonese when he offered to repay a debt of $26 000 in monthly instalments of $10. ...

A PROPHET from Binga District allegedly lured a fellow villager’s two wives to his shrine before raping them under the pretext of praying for them to avert unfortunate events that were to befall them and their husband. ...

AN investment agreement signed by Zimbabwe and China in August will lead to the speedy completion of the Gwayi-Shangani Dam, with China-Africa Sunlight Energy advancing $10 million to the Zimbabwe National Water Authority ...

Mncedisi Buhali SIZANE and Northlea high schools beat seven other schools to become this year’s Bulawayo provincial champions in the Environmental Management Agency (EMA) schools debate competition which was organised to develop ...

Some superstitious Zimbabwean men living with HIV are said to be raping women with albinism believing they will be cured of the virus. ...

GWERU’S Central Mechanical Engineering Department (CMED) area accountant has been hauled before the courts for allegedly defrauding the utility of about $50 000 which was supposed to be paid to owners of vehicles that were ...

Thulani Ndlovu BULAWAYO High Court judge Justice Maxwell Takuva has reviewed maintenance obligations for city lawyer Tungamirai Nyengera, pending the finalisation of his case under review. ...

PUPILS from Watershed Primary School in Mangwe District are having lessons from teachers’ cottages due to a shortage of learning space. ...