Articles tagged 'guruve'

Guruve RDC to auction stray livestock 17 December 2018 HARARE - Guruve Rural District Council (RDC) is scheduled to auction stray livestock on December 28, at the Sememeka Pound. In a statement, the RDC noted that the auction is done as permitted under the Stock Trespass Act of impounded and unclaimed stray livestock. “Notice is hereby given th...
Tengenenge to revive lustre 1 March 2017 HARARE - One of Zimbabwe's biggest sculpture gardens, Tengenenge Sculpture Community in Guruve is feeling the effects of the underperforming economy as few people are visiting the facility to buy their products. Housing more than 120 stone sculptors on a single farmland, hundreds of finished s...
Ex-soldier narrates Zanu PF horror attack 2 October 2016 HARARE - He might have dodged bullets during the war of independence in the 1970s and escaped enemy wrath — but retired brigadier general and former diplomat Agrippah Mutambara was last Sunday caught between the proverbial hard place and a rock — as Zanu PF youths aimed missiles at him while he s...
Violence has no place in society 2 October 2016 HARARE - The assault of Zimbabwe People First (ZPF) officials in Guruve recently is a sad reminder that political violence, especially that instigated by the ruling Zanu PF is still entrenched in our society. ZPF officials, who included retired senior military officer and former Zimbabwe ambas...
Mujuru allies left for dead 27 September 2016 HARARE - Seemingly deranged Zanu PF youths ran amok in Guruve on Sunday, embarking on an orgy of political violence and leaving for dead four Zimbabwe People First (ZPF) bigwigs — including a retired senior military official and former diplomat — and forcing a local school to close yesterday. ...
Man fatally axes brother 15 April 2014 HARARE - A Guruve man has appeared before High Court judge Susan Mavhangira on allegations of fatally axing his elder brother following an altercation over their late father’s plough. Graham Tunduhwe is accused of killing his brother Edwell in November 2005. The court heard that a misunders...