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Local authority’s spokesperson, Mrs Nesisa Mpofu Vusumuzi Dube, Municipal Reporter THE Bulawayo City Council and its workers are headed for a clash after management put up a proposal to cut salaries by up to 60 percent as part of a rationalisation exercise. ...

Mr Busisa Moyo Tinomuda Chakanyuka, Senior Reporter UNSCRUPULOUS retailers are sabotaging the economy as they have maintained high prices for locally produced goods although it has emerged that manufacturers of the goods never increased prices. ...

Nqobile Tshili, Sunday News Correspondent FORM Four pupils at Sobukhazi High School in Bulawayo’s Mzilikazi suburb last Monday had to write their Zimbabwe School Examination (Zimsec) computers practical examination at night following an electrical fault at the school. ...

  Dr Ignatious Chombo Harare Bureau/Sunday News Reporters ZANU-PF is one vote shy of an Extraordinary National People’s Congress in December after four provinces yesterday said they wanted the special indaba. ...

President Mugabe flanked by his deputies Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko and Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet Dr Misheck Sibanda during swearing in of Ministers at state house. Picture by John Manzongo Harare Bureau President Mugabe on Tuesday swore in six new ministers following a Cabinet reshuffle that saw 10 others reassigned and three dropped. Ministers...

President Mugabe Brian Chitemba, Harare Bureau PRESIDENT Mugabe could this week reshuffle his Cabinet, wielding the axe on under-performing ministers and priming his team for better execution of duty. ...

President Mugabe Lincoln Towindo, Harare Bureau PRESIDENT Mugabe has assembled a special Cabinet Committee to get to the bottom of nefarious parallel market activities and eliminate disparities in basic commodity pricing. ...

Godfrey Gandawa Vusumuzi Dube, Sunday News Reporter THE Government should revamp the country’s higher education curriculum as it has emerged that at least 12 degree programmes offered by the country’s universities might be redudant in Zimbabwe by 2040 due to technology disruption. ...

Simon Munawa Mehluli Sibanda, Senior Sports Reporter HIGHLANDERS brought an end to their seven-match winless streak in emphatic manner at Barbourfields on Sunday with a 4-0 drubbing of title chasing Chicken Inn. ...

Sunday News Reporter Two girl students from BAHS and Northlea were caught on camera fighting over a sugar daddy. ...