…directed to write a report

By Staff reporter

Embattled MDC co- Vice President, Engineer Elias Mudzuri has been forced by the party’s National Council to write a report to that party leader, Nelson Chamisa, explaining why he attended a State House function without the blessing of his party.

By Gift Mashoko

Eleven MDC Alliance youths ran amok, baying for the blood of Redcliff MDC Alliance Mayor, Clayton Masiyatsvina whom they accuse of refusing to pay them their dues for clearing storm drains in the mining town of Redcliff.

by Jasper Hloka

Doomsayers’ field days are certainly over as President Emmerson Mnangagwa thundered that the on-going ZANU PF 17th Annual Conference will introspect on successes and failures of the party which has a bearing on the developmental narrative of the whole country.

by Tawanda Musariri

The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) and the National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe today worked in synergy to plant 200 fruit trees in Epworth, concentrating their efforts around the balancing rocks in the sprawling peri-urban township. The rocks are a national monument that is indentified with the country’s heritage and has been a prime feature on the country’s bank notes and other important national brands. The same rocks were adapted as the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s corporate logo.

by Daphine Zulu

Statistics from the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) reveal that 400 cases have come under its investigations this year, up from last year’s 294, with high profile cases featuring prominently, and this alone is testament to the efforts that Government has and is still placing towards stamping out corruption in the society.

By Tawanda Musariri

Striking doctors yesterday dropped their ambitious demand to be paid in foreign currency. The doctors have been undergoing job action demanding payment in United States dollars, fuel and allowances among other demands.