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SA strategically placed to push agenda: Mthwakazi

MRP claims to be revolutionary organisation fighting for the independence of the Matabeleland region from Zimbabwe.
By Jerssie Mpofu 14h ago
Unemployment affecting SDGs implementation
Unemployment affecting SDGs implementation
Participants assessed how far Zimbabwe had gone in attaining the targets set in government’s Vision 2030.
By Daniel Moyo Apr. 10, 2024
BCC supports Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage
The carcasses were donated to Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage. The cattle were valued at US$10 133,46 with US$9 955,68 being for live beasts and US$177,78 for the one that died.
By Daniel Moyo Apr. 10, 2024
Beer binge ends tragically
Provincial police spokesperson Inspector Emmanuel Mahoko yesterday said Shepherd Mavoka of Tafirei village under Chief Mapanzure lost his life following the tragic incident.
By Stephen Chadenga Apr. 10, 2024
Slow progress at vending bays riles Byo vendors
This comes after Bulawayo City Council temporarily closed the street for renovations where it plans to create 500 vending bays to allow smooth vehicles movement.
By Innocent Magondo Apr. 10, 2024
BCC to repossess houses in Makokoba
According to latest council minutes, the local authority tried to engage the occupants on several occasions, to no avail.
By Innocent Magondo Apr. 9, 2024
Police concerned over bail conditions abuse
Nyathi said the police met regularly with JSC to exchange notes but now they aimed to engage over issues to do with abuse of bail conditions.
By Jerssie Mpofu Apr. 9, 2024
Tsholotsho RDC to regularise mining company
A Russian top diamond producer Alrosa Mining recently contracted Titan Drilling International to conduct exploration for gold and diamonds in Tsholotsho.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 9, 2024
Byo senior citizens get free parking
“Senior citizens have started enjoying their monthly 25 hours of free parking time and we continue to register eligible senior citizens,” Nleya said.
By Daniel Moyo Apr. 8, 2024
Drug smuggler walks away from police
The vehicle contained the banned Benylin cough syrups which contain codeine sold on the illegal drug market.
By Rex Mphisa Apr. 8, 2024
Police wary as robberies involving security forces spike
National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi on Friday appealed to members of the public to expose the uniformed forces involved in criminal activities.
By Jerssie Mpofu Apr. 8, 2024
Zanu PF councillor under fire
Villagers from ward 14 also accused area councillor Cookie Moyo of settling the land seekers on their grazing lands.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 7, 2024
Villagers sell their livestock for a song
Zimbabwe is going through a severe drought amid fears that more livestock could die as the effects of climate change wreak havoc across the country.
By Sharon Sibindi Apr. 7, 2024
Mthakwazi activists narrate horror stories from behind prison walls
The activists, who became known as the MRP 9, were sentenced to three years after staging the protest demanding the release of their leader Mqondisi Moyo.
By Jerssie Mpofu Apr. 7, 2024
Hwange council rehabilitates roads
Twala said the local authority also plans to resurface Sawaga and Derby Loop roads, which lead to the town’s industrial area
By Sharon Sibindi Apr. 7, 2024
SOS for released MRP activists
In an interview last week MRP leader Mqondisi Moyo appealed for donations to assist the released members get back to their feet.
By Sharon Sibindi Apr. 7, 2024
Paedophile jailed for three years
Mpofu later persuaded the girl to elope to his younger brother to cover up for his criminal act.
By Simbarashe Sithole Apr. 7, 2024
We didn’t see Lobengula’s tomb, says Nyathi
In an interview with South Eye on Sunday, Nyathi denied claims that they discovered King Lobengula’s tomb during their visit to Zambia.
By Innocent Magondo Apr. 6, 2024
Lookout Masuku remembered
Zipra War Veterans Association spokesperson, Buster Magwizi, said Masuku was a political prisoner.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 6, 2024
Teacher attacked for testifying in a rape case
Prosecutor Seelstine Madziwa told the court that Sabelo Zhou( 44), a female teacher at Mabunga Primary School in  Mangwe, was a witness in the case.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 6, 2024
Bogus cops rob money changers
Witnesses told Southern Eye that two armed robbers clad in police attire pounced on three ladies at the complex.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 6, 2024
Villagers send SOS to reconstruct dam
Government has failed to reconstruct Tjedza Dam in Makorokoro despite several promises.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 5, 2024
Gweru man jailed for stealing six bovines
The court heard that on August 23 last year, the complainant Ema Hwanda’s herdboy Tatenda Mativenga penned six bovines in a kraal.
By Simbarashe Sithole Apr. 5, 2024
Stop Gukurahundi hearings: Stakeholders
Stakeholders, who spoke to Southern Eye this week, accused government of lacking seriousness over the issue while claiming that officials failed to consult them adequately.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 4, 2024
War vets not a tool for Zanu PF: Zipra
Magwizi said ZNLWVA had been in transit for a long time leaving out some members hence the need for the association to be autonomous from Zanu PF.
By Nizbert Moyo Apr. 4, 2024
Duo fined for same sex affair
The court also heard that as the night progressed with lighting getting dimmer, Nkomo and Jaricha got engrossed in the act before heading to the toilet.
By Rex Mphisa Apr. 4, 2024
‘Fix street lights in suburbs’
Acting BCC spokesperson Bongiwe Ngwenya recently revealed that 258 out of 429 tower lights in the city were not functioning.
By Patricia Sibanda Apr. 3, 2024
2K families to benefit from climate project
UNDP said two schemes had already been completed, benefiting 320 households while eight more were in the process of being established.
By Gamuchirai Nyamuziwa Apr. 3, 2024