By:Plaxedes Makope A stray buffalo was yesterday shot dead by rangers in the Westview surbub of Karoi.‘ It was a stray buffalo.”saide Diana Chakanyuka ,an eye witness. The buffalo is said to have been roaming around the area and people called Parks and Wildlife rangers to come and take care of the situation . The buffalo is said to have been there until Wildlife Rangers … Continue reading Stray buffalo shot in Karoi urban
Plaxedes Makope At least twenty one more companies have opened in Karoi to scramble the golden leaf as compared to the past seasons when most companies were mostly buying from their Harare bases. This year Karoi Has surpassed the previous years with almost 21 tobacco companies opening in themonth of April. This was revealed by ward 2 councilor Chigumo in a recent interview with Edsurge … Continue reading Karoi breaks record as 21 companies open for the tobacco season
By William Makomo Hon.Felix Mhona, Minister of Transport and Infrastructural Development yesterday toured Borshoff Road Rehabilitation Project in Sunningdale, a joint project being financed by ZINARA and Min.of Finance & Economic Planning and Development. The project is done under the Emergency Roads Rehabilitation Programme (ERRP2), an implementation by the government to takeover urban roads which have been neglected by local authorities. The Borshoff road is … Continue reading Minister Mhona speaks hard on Emergency Roads Rehabilitation
By:Tafara C Mushope Bushiri’s daughter Israella has died. The Daughter of the self styled rich Prophet has passed on today. This was announced by the prophet himself on his social media accounts. The prophet went on to blame the current persecution for been one of the push factors to his child’s death. “It is with deep sadness that I announce the passing on of my … Continue reading Bushiri’s Daughter dies
By: George Honzeri The Japanese contractor rehabilitating the Makuti Section of the Harare – Chirundu highway has finished nearly seven kilometres at the most difficult part of the road in terms of the terrain. Recently the government of Zimbabwe declared Zimbabwean roads, a state of national disaster. On its official twitter handle, the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructural Development said that the Japanese contracted to … Continue reading Japanese contractor finishes Makuti section of Harare –Chirundu highway.
Faith ShingiraiMundere The death of Soul Jah Love shook all the four corners of the country and in all parts of the world where the chanter’s fans had a hard time accepting the untimely death of the star. Most people found comfort in knowing that the lyrical giant got a befitting send off decorated with a hero status and in the timeless music he left … Continue reading Soul Jah Love Reincarnated.
By:George Honzeri Minister Mhona has urged motorist to be vigilant as most roads have been washed away by the incessant rains that have been pounding the country lately. ‘Motorist have to be vigilant as several roads and bridges have been damaged by incessant rains being experienced’ said Minister Mhona. The country has experienced above normal rains and this has impacted negatively on country’s road infrastructure … Continue reading Minister Mhona urges vigilance on the roads.
By:George Honzeri Harare city council in collaboration with the Zimbabwe Republic police are on blitz to nab vehicles that park in areas not designated for parking. The council is rounding up vehicles that are parked in areas where parking is not allowed mostly pavements. Most people avoid payment of parking fees that they think are beyond their reach and henceforth try to find alternatives resulting … Continue reading Harare city council in a blitz to impound wrongly parked vehicles
By:George Honzeri Zimbabwe is going to participate at the virtual SADC council of ministers meeting to be held on the 12th and 13th of March which is centred on the topical issues affecting the region. ‘Honourable Professor Amon Murwira as acting Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade will lead the Zimbabwe delegation to the virtual meeting to be held this Friday ,12th March to … Continue reading Zimbabwe to participate at the Virtual SADC council of ministers meeting
By:George Honzeri. With an assortment of fresh fruits ranging from mangoes, tomatoes ,lemons, cucumbers and bananas, a boy likely to be in his teens pushes a two wheeled cart across Rezende Street towards Julius Nyerere in search of a better livelihood. Such is the daily life of vendors who toil everyday selling different kinds of wares especially fresh foods in the streets of Harare and … Continue reading Vendors claim their place as lockdown is relaxed posing further Covid threats.