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January 12, 2019 3:27 PM First Gweru private cemetery opens

A Gweru-based land developer has opened the city’s first private cemetery.Destiny Memorial Park, with 50 000 graves, is located along the Gweru-Chiwundura road in a new suburb called Northern Heights and has a life span of over 60 years according to one of its directors Mr Runyararo Muzondo. With most cemeteries in Gweru notably Mtapa close to the central 13

January 10, 2019 10:18 AM Goat herders drown in swimming escapade

Two minors from Gokwe drowned during a swimming escapade while herding goats. A boy Tatenda Befura (5) and a girl Patris Muduveki (6) both of Mtumbumtumbu village under Chief Chireya were found floating in Hwadze River at around 5PM on Sunday. Midlands provincial police spokesperson Inspector Joel Goko confirmed the drowning. “I can confirm we received 14

January 8, 2019 4:45 AM 2 illegal miners die in shaft collapse

An illegal miner was trapped to death, while another died on admission at Chinhoyi Provincial Hospital after a rock fell in Level 5 Shaft at Eldorado Mine on Saturday night. Over 20 people have now died in the mine in the last few months. Police spokesperson Inspector Clemence Mabgweazara confirmed the incident yesterday saying investigations were still 14

January 5, 2019 8:15 AM Residents slam proposed water rationing Helen Kadirire

Harare residents have warned that the water-rationing regime mulled by the city will further plunge the capital city into a disease outbreak era. Community Water Alliance national coordinator Hildaberta Rwambiwa told the Daily News that they had warned council on the need to protect the city’s catchment areas but to no avail. Rwambiwa’s remarks come as Harare 14

January 5, 2019 7:37 AM Hot water bottle burns…Woman sues hospital for negligence

A woman whose daughter suffered severe burns after nurses at Mbuma Mission Hospital in Nkayi district forgot to tighten the lid of a hot water bottle resulting in the water spilling and scalding the minor, is suing the health institution for $50 000. Ms Bhekithemba Sibanda, through her lawyersJob Sibanda and Associates, filed summons at the Bulawayo 13

December 30, 2018 11:17 AM Stocktheft hits milk deliveries

Milk deliveries at the communal farmers owned Umzingwane Milk Centre in Matabeleland South Province have significantly slumped owing to rampant dairy cows thefts and lack of adequate pastures. Umzingwane Dairy Co-operative Society Limited chairperson Mrs Sheillah Lupuwana said the organisation’s members have lost 12 dairy cows due to theft this year affecting 14

December 28, 2018 5:37 PM Harare budgets $52m for roads

Harare City Council (HCC) has set aside a budget of over $50 million to repair the capital city’s dilapidated and pot hole-infested roads with effect from January 2019. Harare mayor Hebert Gomba said the road rehabilitation programme is set to start early January as the council is targeting to repair 10 roads per ward around Harare’s suburbs and Central 16

December 23, 2018 7:34 AM Three die in fresh cholera outbreak

A fresh cholera outbreak has claimed three lives from 10 cases recorded since Tuesday in the Chomubobo mining area in Mberengwa, Midlands province. The affected patients are quarantined at Mnene Mission Hospital. Midlands’ provincial medical director Dr Simon Nyadundu confirmed the outbreak. Dr Nyadundu said Government has since set up two cholera treatment 29

December 12, 2018 6:30 AM Government car swept off bridge, two feared dead

Two Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education officials from Matabeleland South Province are feared dead after a vehicle they were travelling in was swept away by a flooded river. Matabeleland South Provincial Education Director Mr Lifias Masukume said the incident happened on Monday evening at Mamsisi River bridge in Ntalale, Gwanda South. Mr Masukume 6

December 6, 2018 6:23 AM NRZ comes to Jairos Jiri’s rescue

The National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) has provided free transport to the Jairos Jiri Centre to ferry 48 tonnes of donated coal from Hwange to Bulawayo. As part of its social corporate responsibility, NRZ transported the coal that was donated by Hwange Colliery Company yesterday. Jairos Jiri Centre will transport the coal from NRZ train station to Nguboyenja 19