President Mugabe

Corruption levels rile President

From George Maponga in GUTU— President Mugabe yesterday bemoaned rampant corruption in rural and urban councils countrywide, saying the vice had reached alarming levels which threatened the cou...
CIMAS

Cimas licence on the line

Paidamoyo Chipunza Senior Health Reporter— Cimas yesterday defied a seven-day Government ultimatum to pay health service providers’ claims and instead, turned to the High Court seeking an inter...
Jatropha tree and seeds

Cut down Jatropha trees, schools told

Bongani Ndlovu Showbiz Correspondent— NINE Manondwane Primary School pupils spent Wednesday night at Mpilo Central Hospital in Bulawayo after they ate poisonous Jatropha seeds, causing them to ...
Ridge_Radio_Studio

Local content: Radio stations break law

Bongani Ndlovu Chronicle Correspondent— RADIO stations in Zimbabwe are not implementing the 75 percent local content requirement on all music they play as mandated by the law, the Broadcasting ...
Jatropha tree and seeds

SCHOOL’S JATROPHA POISON TERROR

Bongani Ndlovu Chronicle Correspondent— THIRTY-SEVEN Grade 2 pupils were yesterday rushed to Mpilo Central Hospital after some of them started vomiting, apparently from food poisoning after eat...
Johannes Tomana

Tomana’s foreign judge bid thrown out

Daniel Nemukuyu Harare Bureau— PROSECUTOR-General Johannes Tomana yesterday lost his bid to have his dispute with the Judicial Service Commission presided over by a retired or a foreign-based j...
VP Mnangagwa

Mnangagwa meets China, South Africa envoys

Innocent Ruwende Harare Bureau— VICE President Emmerson Mnangagwa yesterday met Chinese and South African envoys and discussed ways of speeding up the implementation of deals signed between the...
Sikhangele Zhou

BCC mum on Egodini mall delays

Nqobile Tshili Chronicle Correspondent THE Bulawayo City Council appears to have lost control of the multi-million dollar Egodini Mall project, with officials clueless about why the contractor did no...