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By SIBONGINKOSI MAPHOSA 19.02 24 Telone, Zimbabwe’s cash-strapped telecommunications giant, is reeling from a surge in cable vandalism, with losses exceeding half a million US dollars in materials and service disruptions. Speaking to Skyz Metro FM’s Senior Reporter Sibonginkosi Maphosa on the sidelines of a media sensitization tour in Esigodini recently, Telone technical director, Mr […]

Chenai Museta 16.02.24 The Public Service Commission (PSC) has announced the appointment of 1,834 new teachers to fill expansion posts within the education system. This comes as a welcome development amidst ongoing concerns about teacher employment shortages in Zimbabwe. The appointments, effective from the teachers’ assumption of duty, were confirmed by Dr. Tsitsi Choruma, Secretary […]

By Andile Mvundla Brave little Hearts in Zimbabwe, an organisation respresenting the interests of children with Congenital Heart diseases (CHD) has stepped in to challenge the government to include treatment of non-communicable diseases in the drawing of national budget. This came as a result of lack of support and proper funding that has seen many […]

By Andile Mvundla Two men from Emganwini surburbs in Bulawayo were today arrested by the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) for stock theft. Edmore Bhibhi (56) and Farai Phambukani (28) were intercepted today morning around Esigodini in Lualing area with a herd of 19 cattle in their truck in which they failed to produce legal papers […]

Marvelous Mpofu 07.02.24 Acting Permanent Secretary for Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Ambassador Rofina Chikava says the Bi National Commission meeting between Zimbabwe and Botswana which is currently taking place in Botswana is strengthening relations between the two countries. She was speaking at the convening of the Fourth Session of the Zimbabwe-Botswana Bi-National Commission yesterday. The […]

By Andile Mvundla 02.02.24 In a groundbreaking event since its launch back in 2010, the Zimbabwe Media Commission (ZMC) , opened its first Regional offices in Bulawayo as it seeks to extend its arms of operations to all corners of the country. The recently opened offices in the City, will be the (ZMC’s) first offices […]

Romeo Gumbo 02.02.24 The government says Lower six students are slated to begin their classes on Monday next week.The government also urged parents and guardians to pay school fees that is proportional to the number of days which learners will attend classes. Primary and Secondary Education Director of Communication and Advocacy Taungana Ndoro confirmed this […]

By Andile Mvundla 01.02.24 Chief Dakamela of Nkayi District in Matebeleland North is set to honor outstanding individuals who have made a positive contribution to the Nkayi Community and Matebeleland region as a whole in the upcoming Chief Dakamela awards ceremony slated for this coming April. The Chief Dakamela Awards ceremony will not be a […]

Romeo Gumbo 31.01.24. South African former president Jacob Zuma has been suspended from the African National Congress he once led after refusing to vote for it and launching a rival organization. Announcing the development yesterday, ANC Secretary General Fikile Mbalula said Zuma’s conduct is in conflict with values and principles of the party. “The ANC […]

Romeo Gumbo 31.01. 24 The Zimbabwe Republic Police has challenged pastors and all church leaders in Bulawayo to work hand-in-hand with the police in reducing crimes and avoid hiding the crimes committed by their congregants. Speaking at a weekly police update on Skyz Metro FM today, Bulawayo ZRP Spokesperson Inspector Abednico Ncube spoke sternly about […]

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