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Clayton Masekesa

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Mwonzora recalls Norton, Mutare councillors

Opposition MDC Alliance president Douglas Mwonzora has struck again, recalling three Norton Town Council councillors and three Mutare councillors.
By Problem Masau and Clayton Masekesa Mar. 1, 2023

Mutare launches blitz on illegal food outlets

Speaking to NewsDay yesterday, council spokesperson Spren Mutiwi said: “The security services are out in full force to stop all unlicensed food vending activities in the streets.”
By Clayton Masekesa Mar. 8, 2023

Aspiring Zanu PF legislator jailed for stealing diplomat’s fertiliser

According to State prosecutor Nyasha Mukonyora, in December 2021, Sanyatwe, who has a farm in Nyanga, received a consignment of 1200 bags of fertiliser.
By Clayton Masekesa Mar. 9, 2023

Vote ED for free inputs, computers: Minister

Officially opening computer laboratories at three schools in Makoni West last week, Muswere ordered villagers to vote for President Emmerson Mnangagwa in this year’s polls.
By Clayton Masekesa Mar. 20, 2023

Cigar wrapper farmers explore international market

Guild lamented that high prices of inputs have heavily impacted on the production of cigar tobacco.
By Clayton Masekesa Mar. 22, 2023

SMEs urged to adopt business models to promote economic growth

She said if the SMEs properly run their businesses, they had the potential to drive economic growth in the country.
By Clayton Masekesa Mar. 26, 2023

Mutare spruces up roads

Mayor Simon Chabuka said delays in road rehabilitation in the city were caused by heavy rains and late disbursement of funds by the Zinara.
By Clayton Masekesa Mar. 28, 2023

‘Engineers must design cutting-edge innovations’

The workshop, held under the theme: Safe and Healthy Work Environment:
By Clayton Masekesa Mar. 31, 2023

Massive staff exodus hits Mutare

Many opt for private clinics and hospitals that are offering better remuneration and packages.
By Clayton Masekesa Apr. 3, 2023

Mutare residents miffed by rising graft

Nyasha Mukonori, also from the civic society sector, said he was concerned about corrupt procurement and tendering processes.
By Clayton Masekesa Apr. 28, 2023

CDF disbursement delays stifling development: MP

Speaking at the Dangamvura/Chikanga constituency feedback meeting on Friday, Mutseyami said it was important for the government to disburse the funds before the August plebiscite.
By Clayton Masekesa May. 15, 2023

‘Zanu PF, CCC chefs eating together’

Chapman said officials from the two parties were close to each other and were not serious about developing the country.
By Clayton Masekesa Jun. 1, 2023

Macheso lines up special birthday bash in Mutare

His sons, Esau and Tinotenda, will be part of the musical cast, as they launch their debut album called Pahukama Hwedu.
By Clayton Masekesa Jun. 9, 2023

‘Be innovative to stay competitive’

Garikayi said businesses should interact with customers and strategic partners.
By Clayton Masekesa Jun. 19, 2023

ED visit: Anglicans demand apology

Another congregant said the invitation extended to Mnangagwa to address the members was against the church’s principles.
By Clayton Masekesa Jun. 23, 2023

ED ignoring citizens’ concerns: CBOs

Daphine Mudarikwa, a ZCC board member said they had tried to engage Mnangagwa but their efforts were in vain.
By Clayton Masekesa Jul. 5, 2023

Sakubva facelift gathers pace

At the beginning of the month, MCC embarked on a US$200 000 turf and drainage refurbishment likely to take nine months to complete.
By Clayton Masekesa Jul. 19, 2023

Mnangagwa surrounded by crooks: Chief

The traditional leader said the situation had robbed the country of a lot of  revenue accrued from the sale of mineral resources.
By Clayton Masekesa Aug. 3, 2023

Mai Mukanganwa drops new album

Mai Mukanganwa’s debut album is Murapi Aripano.
By Clayton Masekesa Sep. 4, 2023

‘Diamond’ sewing project brings hope to Marange villagers

He said ZCDC invested US$105 000 in the factory.
By Clayton Masekesa Nov. 2, 2023

US$17k Chipinge toilet raises stink

President Emmerson Mnangagwa this week said local authorities and the public service should not be treated as havens for corruption and looting.
By Clayton Masekesa Nov. 4, 2023

Zhakata’s dancer on another step

The album is pregnant with thrilling lyrics punctuated by elaborate and sophisticated guitar work that will find its mark on the dance floor.
By Clayton Masekesa Nov. 6, 2023

Govt mulls Forbes Border Post upgrade

Mhona said the rehabilitation project would begin in the next two months, adding that Cabinet had approved the project.
By Clayton Masekesa Nov. 7, 2023

Of Mutare’s Christmas Pass (age) to death

The Christmas Pass is a 7km stretch of a meandering road within the mountainous terrain that leads into the city centre.
By Clayton Masekesa Nov. 11, 2023

Praz pounces on Chipinge over US$17k toilet

CTC acting secretary, James Mutemera confirmed the audit saying it is not only targeting the ablution facility.
By Clayton Masekesa Nov. 13, 2023

Rich makorokoza: Artisanal miners' wives bear the brunt of GBV

Zimbabwe Gender Commission CEO Virginia Muwanigwa said GBV against women and girls was commonplace in Zimbabwe’s artisanal and small-scale mining sector.
By Clayton Masekesa Dec. 6, 2023

Moyo headlines Artists Against Drug Abuse Concert

Considering the stellar line up of performers, the show has the potential to capture the imaginations of all and sundry.
By Clayton Masekesa Dec. 22, 2023

Mutare guns for unlicensed businesses

The Mutare City Council acting town clerk, Blessing Chafesuka said council was intensifying strategies to fight corruption head-on.
By Clayton Masekesa Jan. 4, 2024

Feature: Drugs blighting Zim’s future generation

All youths like Muchirahondo can do is to hope and pray for a better future.
By Clayton Masekesa Jan. 5, 2024

15 feared dead at Redwing Mine

National police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi also confirmed the accident. He, however, said police were told that only 11 people were trapped underground.
By Kenneth Nyangani and Clayton Masekesa Jan. 5, 2024