MUSHROOMING illegal car washes and street “garages” are a boon for the unemployed youths these days.
RIGHTS of women and the girl child continue to be violated although the country has the best laws designed to address gender-based violence and equality.
AN outbreak of typhoid is feared in Mabvuku amid reports that nine cases of the disease have so far been treated at a council clinic in the suburb.
Toyota Raum pirate taxis plying the streets of Harare are causing serious traffic jams despite efforts by police and municipal officers to tame the city’s traffic jungle.
Villagers relocated from Chiadzwa to Arda Transau have resorted to drinking water from unsafe sources after Zinwa cut supplies to the community over unpaid rates.
ZIMBABWE expects to harvest at least 1,2 million metric tonnes of maize this year, one and half more than the country produced last year.
PARIRENYATWA Hospital last week briefly detained the body of a person who died at the health facility after the relatives failed to raise about US$2 000 that the hospital was demanding.
Natasha Sanyanga’s story captured the hearts of many Zimbabweans last year when an appeal was sent out to raise US$100 000 needed for an urgent bone-marrow transplant at Apollos hospital in India in just 10 days’ time.
A newspaper vendor, Fungai Dhori, was severely assaulted by a group of three policemen who accused him of feeding NewsDay newspaper with “fictitious stories” about corruption in the police force.
FINANCIAL problems at ZBCare set to worsen, amid revelations that the state broadcaster is likely to lose its licensing arm to BAZ.