Zimbabwe student grants are back!

Government has re-introduced grants for students in State institutions, which were stopped several years ago […]

Government has re-introduced grants for students in State institutions, which were stopped several years ago [...]

MY OFFICERS ARE STILL CORRUPT : RG

REGISTRAR-General Mr Clemence Masango has issued a stern
warning to officials in his department who are capitalising on the challenges
in the issuance of passports by demanding kickbacks from desperate citizens
intending to acquire emergency travel d…

REGISTRAR-General Mr Clemence Masango has issued a stern warning to officials in his department who are capitalising on the challenges in the issuance of passports by demanding kickbacks from desperate citizens intending to acquire emergency travel documents. Desperate Zimbabweans are parting with huge sums of money to pay bribes in order to obtain passports as the Registrar General’s

Zimbabwe provinces receive devolution funds

GOVERNMENT’S devolution agenda has taken off in earnest, as provinces begin to utilise development funds […]

GOVERNMENT’S devolution agenda has taken off in earnest, as provinces begin to utilise development funds [...]

TWO ZIMBABWEAN BROTHERS KIDNAPPED, TORTURED IN SA

TWO Zimbabwean businessmen based in South Africa, who are
brothers originally from Bellevue suburb in Bulawayo, were allegedly savagely tortured
before they were shot dead in Johannesburg and their bodies dumped in
Mpumalanga province in the neighbou…

TWO Zimbabwean businessmen based in South Africa, who are brothers originally from Bellevue suburb in Bulawayo, were allegedly savagely tortured before they were shot dead in Johannesburg and their bodies dumped in Mpumalanga province in the neighbouring country in a case of a suspected deal gone sour. They reportedly ran a flourishing transport and freight company where they owned buses

HRE DERBY ENDS IN STALEMATE

Dynamos ………….. (1) 1

CAPS United ……… (1) 1

THE Harare Derby fought back, after years of mediocrity, to
produce a spectacle at Rufaro yesterday — two goals late in the first half, a
penalty appeal that was turned down and a bumper crowd to witne…

Dynamos ………….. (1) 1 CAPS United ……… (1) 1 THE Harare Derby fought back, after years of mediocrity, to produce a spectacle at Rufaro yesterday — two goals late in the first half, a penalty appeal that was turned down and a bumper crowd to witness the show. This was the Harare Derby, as we have known it in the past, and just as well it ended with a share of the spoils.  In-form

STUDENT LOANS ARE BACK

Government has re-introduced grants for students in State
institutions, which were stopped several years ago due to non-repayment, to
boost access to higher and tertiary education and empower people, especially
the youths.

Students can start apply…

Government has re-introduced grants for students in State institutions, which were stopped several years ago due to non-repayment, to boost access to higher and tertiary education and empower people, especially the youths. Students can start applying for the loans at the end of next month. Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Amon Murwira

CRONIES GRAB MT HAMPDEN LAND

Senior officials at the Ministry of Local Government, Public
Works and National Housing head office have been nailed for interfering with
the allocation of land in favour of their cronies in the lucrative Mt Hampden
area, where Government is construc…

Senior officials at the Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing head office have been nailed for interfering with the allocation of land in favour of their cronies in the lucrative Mt Hampden area, where Government is constructing the New Parliament Building and intends to establish a new city. Former Zvimba Rural District Council chief executive officer Mr Peter