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Mohadi snubs Chief Ndiweni 22 May 2019 © OUTSPOKEN Ntabazinduna traditional leader Chief Nhanhla Ndiweni has been left out of today's meeting between chiefs from Matabeleland North and Vice President Kembo Mohadi. Mohadi is meeting the chiefs to discuss traditional and cultural approaches to peace-building and conflict resolution.
Padenga pursues export opportunity 22 May 2019 © PADENGA Holdings Limited (Padenga) this week said it is still considering a transaction meant to diversify its portfolio through investment into alternative export-orientated business. In a notice, Padenga's company secretary Andrew Lorimer advised shareholders to continue exercising caution wh...
Govt disposing of animal skins 22 May 2019 © THE Forestry Commission will soon dispose of animal skins at its warehouses in Hwange and Lupane districts. The skins include those of elephants, buffalos, elands and giraffes, among others.
ZHRC seeks to replace Khombe 22 May 2019 © THE Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) is inviting nominations of persons suitable to replace Carroll Themba Khombe who resigned as commissioner last year. Khombe, a National University of Science and Technology professor, landed a commissioner's role at ZHRC following an administrative la...
Leather industry sheds 4 000 jobs 22 May 2019 © AT LEAST 4 000 jobs have been lost in the leather industry since the onset of the economic turmoil more than two decades ago. This emerged during a workshop convened in Bulawayo by the country's export promotion body, ZimTrade, in conjunction with PUM of Netherlands.
Chamisa pleads for peace 22 May 2019 © MDC leader Nelson Chamisa pleaded for calm and peace among long-suffering Zimbabweans yesterday, while reiterating his call for dialogue between him and President Emmerson Mnangagwa. This comes as Zimbabwe plunged deeper into economic trouble on Tuesday after government hiked the price of fuel...
Human rights activists charged with treason 22 May 2019 © FIVE human rights activists who attended a workshop in Maldives where they allegedly “received training on mobilising protesters and handling small arms” were hauled in court yesterday charged with treason. They were remanded in custody and advised to apply to the High Court for bail considerat...
Police ordered to release CIO boss's post-mortem report 22 May 2019 © HIGH Court judge Mary Zimba-Dube yesterday ordered the government to release a post-mortem report of the late Central Intelligence Organisation boss Peter Munetsi to his wife, Rossie within seven days.
Nigerian man referred to Immigration 22 May 2019 © A HIGH Court judge has advised a Nigerian man who is seeking a Zimbabwean permit to cater for his minor children after spending four years in Remand Prison to regularise his papers with Immigrations Office first before seeking legal recourse.
MPs fume over fuel increase, Zupco deal 22 May 2019 © CABINET ministers yesterday had a torrid time in the National Assembly as legislators grilled them on the current fuel price increases and the sustainability of reducing Zupco bus fares.
Zera failing to manage service stations: Chasi 22 May 2019 © NEWLY-appointed Energy and Power Development minister Fortune Chasi, pictured, has accused the Zimbabwe Regulatory Authority (Zera) of failing to monitor operations of service stations around the country.
Zupco deal does not make sense 22 May 2019 © GOVERNMENT's desperate attempt to cushion long-suffering ordinary Zimbabweans by reducing Zupco's fares by half after hiking the price of fuel by 47 percent is cheap politicking.
Nssa forensic report under wraps 22 May 2019 © GOVERNMENT says it is keeping the contents of the recently compiled National Social Security Authority (Nssa) forensic report covering the period January 1, 2015 to February 28, 2018 a secret for now.
NRZ, Zisco deals imminent 22 May 2019 © FINANCE minister Mthuli Ncube says government is close to securing new investors for two troubled State firms, the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) and the Zimbabwe Iron and Steel Company (Zisco).
Fidelity Life launches unique funeral cash back plan 22 May 2019 © Fidelity Life has launched a new funeral product that guarantees a 50 percent cash back on every five consecutive claim-free years. The Fidelity Life Funeral Cash Back plan offers a lump sum cash benefit to beneficiaries upon bereavement.
Africa Day Braai on this Saturday 22 May 2019 © SOUL singer Gemma Griffiths, pictured, will join a host of DJs and comedians for the inaugural Braai Out slated for Kingfisher Park this Saturday. Gemma, who is currently riding high with her duet with Winky D MuGarden, will be showcasing her act in the “garden” of Kingfisher...
Miss Zambia-Zim pageant preps on course 22 May 2019 © PREPARATIONS for this year's edition of Miss Zambia-Zimbabwe, a regional beauty pageant, are on course. The event is slated for this July in Harare. “The exact dates will be announced in due course.
Naaz embraces JM Busha 22 May 2019 © THE National Athletics Association of Zimbabwe (Naaz) has welcomed the move by organisers of the JM Busha 54 Races to reduce the main race from a gruelling 54km race into a 21km Half Marathon. ..
Kamusoko braces for Cosafa, Afcon 22 May 2019 © THABANI Kamusoko is pleased to be back in the Warriors fold after he was included in Zimbabwe's 34-man provisional squad for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals in Egypt.
Defenders be very afraid . . . Augusto out to break 11-year record 22 May 2019 © WITH a hot scoring streak to his name, Chicken Inn striker Clive Augusto is hoping to be the next first person to break the 20-goal mark in the Castle Lager Premiership in 11 years. Eight games into the 2019 campaign, Augusto has proved to be a wise acquisition for the Gamecocks after finding t...
NBSZ teams up with clergy to boost blood collection 22 May 2019 © THE National Blood Services Zimbabwe (NBSZ) has collaborated with the Church in an outreach programme where members were donating blood to boost the country’s stock of the lifesaving resource. NBSZ said the outreach programme recently held in the city was part of the organisation’s 2019 wish l...
African chiefs back Ndiweni, blast Zanu PF 22 May 2019 © CONTROVERSIAL and outspoken Ntabazinduna chief Nhlanhla Ndiweni has received timely support from African chiefs who have since described his recent attack as an assault to the traditional leaders’ institution. [GoogleAd] The African leaders — who indicated they have since raised the Zimba...
Zupco buses overwhelmed 22 May 2019 THE latest increase of fares by commuter omnibus operators  has heaped more misery on the already burdened residents of the second largest city with many resorting to spending long hours on bus queues than to board the commuter omnibuses (kombis). [GoogleAd] Southern News witnessed for the ...
Relief for losing MDC Byo cadres 22 May 2019 THE MDC’s national executive committee (NEC) has bowed down to pressure from party cadres who lost in the Bulawayo provincial elections held last month. There were sighs of relief for the aggrieved losing candidates after the party’s NEC resolved to integrate them into the MDC’s structures. [G...
Remanded father wants to see his minor children 22 May 2019 A NIGERIAN-born Zimbabwean national who has been held at Remand Prison for four years has made an urgent chamber application against continued detention saying it infringed on his rights to look and care for his three minor children. [GoogleAd] Ofoma Chibuike Charles was legally married to ...
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