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2 hours ago | May 7, 2021

Govt restructures health sector

  Ray Bande – Senior Reporter Government is working on improving the state of public health facilities in ...

Maligwa smiles beyond the grave . . . US$88 500 vehicle for ...

THE late former Mutare Town Clerk, Mr Joshua Maligwa, is set to receive a golden handshake valued at over $15 million if ...

Dangamvura Water Project stalls

After missing the December and April deadlines on completing the much-awaited Dangamvura Water Pipeline Project, Mutare ...

Smuggling syndicates under spotlight

As the smuggling of second-hand clothes, fuel, drugs and other goods through Forbes Border Post and several illegal ...

Free-for-all at hospital pharmacy

HEALTH and Child Care Deputy Minister, Dr John Mangwiro, on Tuesday came face-to-face with inefficiencies in State ...

DCCs undergo ideology training

ZANU PF district coordinating committees (DCCs) from Manicaland’s four political districts have undergone party ideology ...

Manica diamonds shine at O-Level

Manicaland Provincial education director (PED), Mr Edward Shumba, has hailed the 20 best performing schools for ...

Teachers’ incentives back

SOME schools are headed for a collision course with the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education after re-introducing ...

Vapostori’s vaccination crucial for herd immunity

GOVERNMENT is widening its Covid-19 vaccination scope by targeting apostolic sects in pursuit of achieving herd ...

Man in dock for death threats

A MUTARE businessman has been hauled before the courts for allegedly taking a 14-year-old girl out partying before ...

Middlemen rip off tobacco farmers

SMALL-SCALE tobacco farmers are losing their crop for a song to middlemen who have invaded the golden leaf growing ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Spare a thought for thirsty Dangamvura

THE provision of water is a basic human right as enshrined in our Constitution. 

Tenax FC tightening loose ends

PREMIER Soccer League debutantes, Tenax FC are leaving no stone unturned in their quest to make their presence felt in ...

1 day ago | May 6, 2021

Tobacco famers left in the cold

Samuel Kadungure Senior Reporter ANGRY tobacco growers on Wednesday besieged Victor contract floors in Rusape – ...

Typhoid vaccination rolled out in Chipinge

Post Reporter Chipinge District is set to commence a typhoid vaccination program aimed at reducing cases in some hotspot ...