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Gweru Provincial Hospital sends SOS

The largest health institution in the Midlands, Gweru Provincial Hospital, has sent an SOS, following calls by the Radiation Protection Authority of Zimbabwe (RPAZ) that citizens shun the referral centre. In a statement issued out early…

Mugabe speaks on Zim drought

President Robert Mugabe on Saturday admitted that the country has been hard hit by a massive drought citing climate change as the root cause of the chronic droughts. This comes after most parts of the country have been hit by a massive…

House-hunting on the go

HARARE: It is no secret that today’s lifestyles are more hectic than ever before - with many people trying to balance work, families, friends and hobbies. Throw house-hunting into the mix and 24 hours just does not seem like enough time.…

Outcry over pay toilets

Resident of Harare have heavily criticised the commercialisation  of public toilets  saying residents, travellers and vagabonds who cannot afford to pay for toilet services will be forced  to relieve themselves in the open spaces. This…

Harmonisation delay irks legal experts

MUTARE- Government's failure to harmonise hundreds of pieces of legislation to match constitutional provisions means the nation's supreme law will largely remain a paper tiger, legal experts have claimed. A total of 443 laws still need to…

We will remove prepaid water metres: NCA

The National Constitutional Assembly (NCA) has vowed that it will remove prepaid water metres saying the move is a criminal act being spearheaded by top council officials. This came out during a Combined Harare Residents Associations public…