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Zanu PF wades into teachers storm

ZANU PF chairman Simon Khaya Moyo yesterday waded into the controversy over the employment of non-Ndebele speaking teachers in Matabeleland saying the practice was destroying the children’s future.
Hope for Byo   The Sunday News

War through the eyes of a herd boy

Ignatius Mabasa Correspondent Someone once said, “It is well that war is terrible, or we should get too fond of it.” During the liberation war, in the Chesa area of Mt Darwin where I grew up, I hated being relegated to looking after cattle while my cousins were active mujibhas and chimbwidos.

Moyo summons Dokora over non-Ndebele speaking teachers

Main Topix: Primary And Secondary Education Minister - Metropolitan Province Of Bulawayo
Cde Khaya Moyo SENIOR Minister of State in the President’s Office, Cde Simon Khaya Moyo, has summoned Primary and Secondary Education Minister, Cde Lazarus Dokora, to explain the policy of engaging non-Ndebele speaking teachers in the Matabeleland region.

MP faces bankruptcy

HARARE - Flamboyant Gokwe Nembudziya Zanu PF MP Justice Mayor Wadyajena is being haunted by the taxman, and could be thrown out  of his transport business by the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) which has had him sequestrated over a $1,6 million VAT bill.

HIV positive rapist jailed 45 years

Main Topix: Muzarabani District Aids Council - Mrs Mavis Kudumba
Image AN HIV-positive social worker has been slapped with a 45-year jail term for raping three sisters — aged 10, 14 and 16 — and infecting them with the virus that causes Aids.

Coverage from Kenya Newspapers

  • Daily Maverick
    Embracing nonviolence: War Resisters International to hold first African conference in Cape Town

Kombis turn city into jungle

HARARE - Minibuses are causing unprecedented traffic congestion, lawlessness and mayhem in Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare, where life has become hell for other motorists, pedestrians and workers in the Central Business District.

Woman seeks aid

Herald Reporter A 45-year-old Mt Darwin woman is appealing for financial assistance to enable her fly to Italy for medical attention for a heart condition.

Wife pours hot porridge on husband private parts

Image Bulawayo - A man from Bulawayo’s Entumbane suburb died after hot porridge was poured on his privates by his wife, police said.

PPC raises Zim capex to $280m

Main Topix: African Development Bank - Infrastructure Cluster
PPC Is Planning To Build A New Harare Cement Mill That Will Help Boost Operating Efficiencies Enia Nyakudzambara Business Reporter PRETORIA Portland Cement, Zimbabwe’s largest cement firm, has raised its capital spending budget on expansion projects to about $280 million, a senior company official said.
  • Chronicle
    Economy to grow 4pc: Zim-Asset gets thumbs up