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Man fatally stabs neighbour, flees

She said Tshuma’s father confronted Dube to establish what had happened.
By Peter Dube 10h ago
Dutch NGO steps in to ease Byo water woes
Dutch NGO steps in to ease Byo water woes
The current drought has forced council to enforce a 120-hour water shedding schedule to ensure the city doesn’t run dry.
By William Vundla 10h ago
Woman jailed over washing line dispute
The court heard that on February 19 this year, Tshuma had a misunderstanding with Sithembile Dube (38) over the former’s clothes which had fallen from the washing line.
By Daniel Moyo Jun. 13, 2024
Poachers invade Nkayi for china clay
Kaolin or china clay is used in ceramics, medicine, coated paper, as a food additive in toothpaste, as a light diffusing material in white incandescent light bulbs and in cosmetics.
By William Vundla Jun. 13, 2024
Zanu PF chef calls out abusive village heads
Approximately 180 villagers were displaced from their homesteads in February this year and were arrested on charges of illegal occupation of State land.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 13, 2024
Govt diverts funds for Gwabalanda police base
Kazembe said the construction of Gwabalanda police base was being spearheaded by the local legislator through the Constituency Development Fund.
By Bongile Moyo Jun. 13, 2024
Mpilo cancer, kidney patients stranded
Zimbabwe cancer patients have been facing treatment challenges because of a critical shortage of radiotherapy and chemotherapy equipment.
By William Vundla Jun. 12, 2024
Lack of funding stalls construction of Insiza Registry Office
Home Affairs minister Kazembe Kazembe said Treasury had not disbursed a single dollar towards the construction of the office since January this year.
By Peter Dube Jun. 12, 2024
Drug abusers congest Ingutsheni Hospital
Reports indicate that a significant number of new admissions at Ingutsheni are victims of alcohol, drug and substance abuse.
By Margaret Lubinda Jun. 12, 2024
Chief Malaba burial set for Saturday
Matopo district development co-ordinator Obey Chaputsira confirmed that Malaba will be buried on Saturday. Chief Malaba was installed in 1988.
By Abigail Ncube Jun. 12, 2024
Long-distance buses dessert Entumbane rank
The transport operators are now using the rank close to Amakhosi Theatre and Emakhandeni (Magetsini intersection), among other undesignated areas.
By William Vundla Jun. 11, 2024
Minister bemoans impact of drug abuse on youth
Ncube made the remarks during a youth conference hosted by the Council of Churches in Africa led by bishop Rocky Moyo in Bulawayo at the weekend.
By Sharon Sibindi Jun. 11, 2024
BCC, police operation nets 44 gold panners
This is revealed in the latest council report from the parks section, presented by the housing and community services director Dictor Khumalo last month.
By Silas Nkala Jun. 11, 2024
Hyenas terrorise Bulilima villagers
Dube noted that jackals are also giving villagers a headache, adding that they were waiting for a response after reporting the matter to council.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 10, 2024
Lupane Gas Project to start in third quarter of 2024
He said the investors were still waiting for permission from the Mines ministry to embark on the lucrative project.
By Patricia Sibanda Jun. 10, 2024
‘Declare Kamandama Disaster Day a public holiday’
Chinhema said they would also lobby for consideration of housing and transport allowances because most new mines do not have accommodation.
By Silas Nkala Jun. 10, 2024
Outcry over ED’s Lobengula jibe
Political analyst Effie Ncube said Mnangagwa risked fuelling polarisation on ethnic grounds.
By Silas Nkala Jun. 9, 2024
In Masvingo, health clubs are aiding fight against cholera, malnutrition
Unicef’s cholera response is funded by multiple donors.
By Unicef Jun. 9, 2024
Hwange town hit by upsurge in burglaries
Hwange has a host of coal mining companies.
By Sharon Sibindi Jun. 9, 2024
Byo residents nab copper cable thieves
The power utility says it is losing millions in United States dollars annually to theft and vandalism of its infrastructure.
By Margaret Lubinda Jun. 9, 2024
Nkayi villagers get toilets in drive to end open defecation
Amalima Loko deputy chief of party, Mary-Jane Ncube said their approach seeks to identify challenges communities face.
By Sharon Sibindi Jun. 9, 2024
Nust student falls from rooftop
Thabani Mpofu, the Nust director of communications and marketing, asked for questions to be sent to his email address but had not responded at the time of going to print.
By William Vundla Jun. 9, 2024
Vungu Dam construction taking shape
Madambi said the project was critical for the government as it would empower the community.
By Desmond Chingarande Jun. 8, 2024
Mine Entra 2024 preps on course
It will run under the theme, Unearthing Success: The Mining Value Chains, Innovation Industrialisation and Nexus.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 8, 2024
Institutions challenged to switch to paperless records management
AARMPZ convened a three-day second annual general conference in Bulawayo
By Daniel Moyo Jun. 8, 2024
Byo schools turn away students over unpaid fees
Primary and Secondary Education ministry spokesperson, Taungana Ndoro said no child should be sent away over non-payment of fees.
By Bongile Moyo and Peter Dube Jun. 7, 2024
Fears over cyanide poisoning at Ncema dam
This was revealed in the Bulawayo City Council latest report on the construction of a heap leach pad at Alice Farm in Umzingwane district near Upper Ncema Dam.
By Silas Nkala Jun. 7, 2024
‘We won’t stop erecting Gukurahundi plaques’
A number of Gukurahundi plaques have been destroyed by suspected State security agents with the recent vandalism having occurred last month in Matabeleland South.
By Bongile Moyo Jun. 7, 2024