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‘Youth involvement crucial for community development’

Speaking during the National Junior Councils Association of Zimbabwe conference held in Victoria Falls recently, Nare said engaging the youths brought positive change in the society.
By Patricia Sibanda 17h ago
Coltart applauds Khaya Arts for anti-drug abuse campaign
Coltart applauds Khaya Arts for anti-drug abuse campaign
Coltart said it was everyone's duty to ensure the environment was clean.
By William Vundla and Peter Dube 17h ago
Govt takes 5 years constructing 200-metre Matobo Bridge
Ndebele said US$80 000 was released by the Zimbabwe National Roads Administration towards the construction of the bridge, but there has been no meaningful progress.
By William Vundla Jul. 22, 2024
Byo water kiosks run dry
During the same year, he formed a trust called Operation Desperation Trust to raise funds for the water project but without success.
By Patricia Sibanda Jul. 22, 2024
King Munhumutapa defiant
King Munhumutapa, also known as Mwenemutapa, was the ruler of the ancient Kingdom of Mutapa sometimes referred to as the Mutapa Empire.
By Stephen Chadenga Jul. 22, 2024
Zanu PF MP demands shares, conservancies for war vets
In 1997, the late former president Robert Mugabe succumbed to pressure and awarded the ex-combatants $50 000 payouts as well as monthly gratuities.
By Bongile Moyo Jul. 21, 2024
Man rapes stepdaughter (21)
Prosecutors said in February this year the convict raped his daughter and threatened to kill her if she reported the incident to anyone.
By Bongile Moyo Jul. 21, 2024
Pelandaba West residents cry foul
Council spokesperson, Nesisa Mpofu, however, said residents should fund outstanding works.
By Peter Dube Jul. 21, 2024
Hwange Colliery Company slammed over underground fires response
Maguwu said the fires have also resulted in human-wildlife conflicts.
By Sharon Sibindi Jul. 21, 2024
Councillor wants stands for apostolic sects
Council spokesperson, Nesisa Mpofu, said that it was not possible to maintain public health and sanitation in open air spaces.
By William Vundla Jul. 21, 2024
Advocacy opens doors for youths with disabilities
The NDP was launched in 2021 to address the marginalisation and discrimination of persons with disabilities in Zimbabwe as well as empower them to improve their quality of life.
By Unicef Jul. 21, 2024
How Gweru is losing potential revenue
Under the Urban Councils Act, all properties are rateable unless an application is made and approved by the council.
By Stephen Chadenga Jul. 21, 2024
Inyankuni pump station rehabilitation 80% complete
Mpofu said the city is also in the process of procuring leak repair materials to reduce the backlog of leaks.
By Patricia Sibanda Jul. 20, 2024
Man (52) jailed 6 years for attempted murder
After the incident, Ncube ran away and his ex-wife was rescued by her husband, who took her to the police station to file a police report.
By Bongile Moyo Jul. 20, 2024
Govt urged to establish hydrocephalus devices
“Government should promote early diagnosis, mass screening and appropriate medical treatment to children living with hydrocephalus to individuals in communities, “she said.
By Peter Dube Jul. 20, 2024
Lupane villagers engage witch hunters in search of missing baby
Matabeleland North provincial police spokesperson Inspector Glory Banda confirmed the case of the missing child saying there had been no new developments in the case.
By Margaret Lubinda Jul. 20, 2024
We are not a charity organisation: Zipra war vets
The liberation war fighters’ deputy spokesperson Joakim Moyo said the return of properties was one of the low hanging fruit that is supposed to be dealt
By Nizbert Moyo Jul. 19, 2024
Lupane man fatally axes grandmother
He said the police received a report on July 13 this year after Sibanda’s body was found in her bedroom with several deep cuts on the head and neck.
By Abigail Ncube Jul. 19, 2024
No to command healing: Nkulumane MP
The programme which is led by traditional leaders is meant to allow victims and survivors to express their grievances in pursuit of reconciliation.
By Nizbert Moyo Jul. 19, 2024
Ruling on CCC activists’ assault case postponed
Patrick Cheza, who contested for the Chirumanzi South seat in the August 2023 elections, is being charged alongside four other party activists.
By Stephen Chadenga Jul. 19, 2024
Gwanda man rapes, impregnates daughter (15)
The matter came to light when the police were tipped that the complainant was pregnant.
By Abigail Ncube Jul. 18, 2024
‘BCC wants to steal my kombi’
Nyoni said it woulwd take years for him to settle the alleged outstanding bill, adding that he had tried to engage the council over the issue without success
By Nizbert Moyo Jul. 18, 2024
Gokwe police ban knobkerries
Gokwe has been recording rising cases of domestic violence that usually end up in murder.
By Stephen Chadenga Jul. 18, 2024
Prominent Byo forex dealer dies
He contested for the Makokoba constituency seat under the United Movement for Devolution (UMD) party during the 2018 elections and lost.
By Bongile Moyo and Patricia Sibanda Jul. 17, 2024
Fear grips Byo over cyanide water poisoning
“The water continues to be safe for all domestic, agricultural and industrial uses.”
By Nizbert Moyo and Jane Nkiwane Jul. 17, 2024
Frostbite hits Beitbridge, destroys crops
Beitbridge businessman and cattle farmer Terry Charles Mulowa said a plot he leased to grow fodder was also badly hit.
By Rex Mphisa Jul. 17, 2024
‘Provide witness protection to Gukurahundi victims’
In the past, HZT wrote a policy brief on the protection of victims and witnesses.
By Nizbert Moyo Jul. 17, 2024
Chiefs welcome Gukurahundi hearing exercise
The chiefs said the long-awaited exercise would promote national healing and unity.
By Nizbert Moyo Jul. 16, 2024