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Bosso off to Plumtree

Club spokesperson Nozibelo Maphosa confirmed the trip.
By Fortune Mbele Mar. 4, 2023

Protest spurs improved service at Plumtree Hospital

Plumtree Combined Residents and Development Association chairperson Richard Khumalo told Southern Eye yesterday that poor treatment at the facility is now a thing of the past.
By Patricia Sibanda Feb. 25, 2023

Byo’s main roads receive facelift

Most roads in the city are heavily infested with potholes, and this has been worsened by incessant rains. 
By Mpumelelo Moyo Jan. 18, 2023

Scores throng Red Cross reunification facilities

The thousands of refugees at the camp also get free Wi-Fi, charge their phones and can make international calls.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Dec. 18, 2022

Zimra warns of Plumtree border delays

In a statement, Zimra said East and West bound traffic lanes of Plumtree Border Post will be closed in stages, resulting in a reduction in working and parking space.
By Methembe Sibanda Nov. 19, 2022

Plumtree Town Council to fence sewer ponds

Residents have been piling pressure on the council to fence the sewer ponds after a child drowned last year.
By Patricia Sibanda Nov. 13, 2022

Plumtree man rapes, murders 16 year old

A 33 year old man from Plumtree has been arrested for allegedly raping and killing a 16 year old girl.
By Methembe Sibanda Nov. 11, 2022

Hear our views: Plumtree residents demand

The residents bemoaned lack of service delivery, rates hikes and alleged lack of financial accountability by council.
By Emmanuel Mpofu Nov. 3, 2022

Hwange villagers lose livestock to marauding lions

A local wildlife conservation organisation bought the cattle carcasses for less than US$150.
By Nokuthaba Dlamini Oct. 16, 2022