THE cash crisis continues unabated at the troubled AfrAsia Bank, forcing teachers who have accounts with the bank in the Matabeleland region to abandon classes for days while trying to get their pay from the bank in Bulawayo City.
THE Mazowe Catchment Council (MCC) has suspended former police Assistant Commissioner Everisto Pfumvuti’s water permit for exceeding the limit of the water he was authorised to extract.
Deputy Health and Child Care minister, Paul Chimedza has admitted that there are loopholes in the country’s Ebola prevention mechanisms, saying government is working on plugging them.
Community Health Watch says corruption has compounded the health crisis in the country as hospital tender regulations are being flouted and medicines stolen.
The Urban Development Corporation (Udcorp) has sent letters to hundreds of Chitungwiza residents instructing them to pay a penalty fee of US$1 500 for “illegally settling” in the town without the municipality’s approval.
Government will continue to support initiatives aimed at improving people’s livelihoods and health despite serious resource constraints.
Greenfuel is fighting off allegations that its Chisumbanje ethanol plant is threatening human, animal and aquatic life due to heavy pollution of water sources.
Government has been urged to make public, information on mining contracts it signed with several investors to remove speculation that some minerals are being signed off for a song.
Courier service providers have called on Potraz to engage the police and VID to find a lasting solution to delays caused at roadblocks.
Masvingo — Child marriages are on the rise in Zimbabwe, particularly in rural areas, where girls as young as 15 are married off to men 10 or more years