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Village heads Mr Kholekile Mniki and Mr Timothy Majozi (right) lead other village heads carry the body of the late Chief Neville Mkhatshana Ndondo to its final resting place at Ngxingweni Village in Mbembesi yesterday. — Pic by Dennis Mudzamiri MORE than 1 000 Zimbabweans yesterday converged on Mbembesi to witness the burial of former ambassador to Angola, Ethopia, Djibouti,...

A SELF-PROCLAIMED witch-hunter, commonly known as tsikamutanda, got himself in trouble with the law after he allegedly used his magical powers to kill a menacing python, by pointing at it with his staff. ...

BANK chief executive officers are reviewing recently introduced A1 farm permits to determine whether they are acceptable collateral before issuing loans to holders. ...

FIREWORKS are expected at today’s MDC Renewal meeting in the city with reports that youths from the MDC-T have mobilised themselves to disrupt the meeting. ...

Thulani Ndlovu Sunday News Correspondent GOVERNMENT should sanction companies that win tenders in Bulawayo and then import labour from Harare instead of employing local youths. ...

TEACHERS’ incentives were scrapped due to their abuse by school heads and because teachers were shunning rural area deployment as rural communities were paying low levies, a Government circular has revealed. ...

GOVERNMENT will confiscate and auction all vehicles impounded from motorists who would have failed to register them at the expiry of a 30-day grace period while unlicensed drivers face a long jail term under new measures to regularise registration and curb accidents. Last ...

Lungile Tshuma/Munyaradzi Musiiwa Sunday News Correspondents A 17-YEAR-OLD Juvenile from Tsholotsho left villagers tongue-tied after allegedly ripping the tiny private parts of a four-year-old girl with an Okapi knife before raping her, Sunday News can reveal. The incident happened on Friday last week in Tshakawa Village in Dikili area. The ...

Vusumuzi Dube and Lungile Tshuma Sunday News Reporters AT least five primary schools in Matabeleland South have reportedly been forced to teach Shona as the indigenous language due to a shortage of Ndebele-speaking teachers as the issue of deployment of teachers continues to raise dust. Teachers and some officials from the ...

Cde Khaya Moyo SENIOR Minister of State in the President’s Office, Cde Simon Khaya Moyo, has summoned Primary and Secondary Education Minister, Cde Lazarus Dokora, to explain the policy of engaging non-Ndebele speaking teachers in the Matabeleland region. ...