THREE Kwekwe councillors have accused local businessman Grant Hewlett of threatening unspecified action against them after they blocked a land swap deal he wanted to seal with the local authority.
FOURTEEN headmasters from schools in Luveve, Gwabalanda and Cowdray Park suburbs in Bulawayo recently met to discuss the non-payment of
Children in mission or private schools are compelled to attend chapel services or religious activities at their respective institutions, and
Students that are registering for Advanced Level science subjects at public schools are going to get a free education after
A school in Kwekwe was on Monday petrol-bombed in an act parents suspect was carried out by some among the
A Harare woman, believed to be part of a fraudulent online pyramid scheme syndicate in which thousands of people have lost their money countrywide, has been arrested on allegations of
Government has reassured civil servants that they will receive their traditional annual bonuses and there will be no reduction of their salaries and allowances as announced by Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa last Thursday.Government’s response was triggered by Minister Chinamasa’s announcement, while presenting the Mid-Term Fiscal Policy Review
Zimbabweans desperate for cash are now targeting cash paying customers within retail stores as liquidity constraints continue unabated. This came as banks have capped the withdrawal limit at $100, with a few such as BancABC giving as much as $200 per day to clients. Due to the growing liquidity constraints