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3 weeks ago | January 13, 2023

Authorities remain on high alert

The Department of Civil Protection says there has so far been calmness in Harare following heavy rains experienced last ...

Pupils told to bring cloths to sit on in class

THE delay in the allocation of furniture to classes at Belvedere Primary School has resulted in pupils having to learn ...

Call to remove adverts obstructing drivers

Mt Pleasant and Borrowdale residents have joined hands in appealing to the authorities to remove signposts and mainly ...

Man loses car to robbers during ‘test drive’

A Milton Park man was last week left counting his losses after some men pretending to be genuine buyers robbed him of ...

Repairs start on some sections of Luveve Road

BULAWAYO City Council (BCC) has started rehabilitating some sections of Luveve Road that are now impassable due to ...

Sharing info about kids online — cybersecurity risk

It’s adorable to hear about the newborn, the birthdays, the accomplishments. But it is just giving more information to ...

New Year’s resolutions for healthy, happy life

New Year’s resolutions have long been a way to take stock of what’s truly important in our lives, allowing us to pause ...

Bulawayo shelves city clean up blitz

BULAWAYO City Council (BCC) has temporarily halted its plans to embark on an operation to clear and clean the city ...

Mt Pleasant Heights now under Ward 19

MT Pleasant Heights is now under Ward 19 in Harare as part of Hatcliffe Constituency following the recent delimitation ...

Sakubva ablution block reopened

OVER 200 residents in Sakubva’s Muchena section have welcomed the re-opening of an ablution block after struggling to ...

Protect the girl child, police urge communities

POLICE in Harare have urged societies to seriously consider the safety of the girl child given the rise of sexual abuse ...

Council budgets must translate to services

The Ministry of Local Government and Public Works has approved proposed budgets of most urban and rural local ...

Chitungwiza to clear salary arrears

Municipality will this month start paying workers’ June to October 2022 salary arrears in US dollars.

3 weeks ago | January 11, 2023

People advised against using Gamora to treat HIV

Zimbabweans have been warned  against using Gamora, a drug developed by an Israel based company, purportedly to treat HIV.

Floods claim lives, livestock

THE heavy rains that have been pounding most parts of the country have killed six people and damaged infrastructure.