THE importation — legal or otherwise — and selling of secondhand clothes from Mozambique in Mutare is literally choking this eastern border town’s streets and market places.
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Irate Dangamvura and Chikanga residents who have endured years of dry water taps have threatened to stage demonstrations and to boycott paying council water bills.
MUTARE city council has blamed government — which ordered all local authorities to scrap debts they were owed by residents last year — for the current water crisis bedevilling the eastern border city.
At least 400 Border Timbers Limited (BTL) workers are set to lose their jobs as the company closes non-performing units to stay afloat.
DEEP quarry pits close to Chikanga Extension suburb pose a health hazard to hundreds of residents in the area amid fears they could become a death trap to locals.
A local community organisation, Rebuild Sakubva, wants to revive the reading culture in Mutare.
MUTARE City Council workers have accused Zanu PF secretary for administration, Didymus Mutasa of lying to them just before elections that he would organise payment of their salary arrears once Zanu Pf was voted into power.
A 35-year-old man who was facing theft charges after stealing a shaving machine worth 99 cents from a supermarket last week left the court in stitches when he wept uncontrollably.
MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday stood brave rallying his supporters to stay put, and not be discouraged by the massive defeat in the just-ended elections.
A Mutare businessman Washington Jekanyika, who is facing assault charges, was last week remanded in custody to September 24.