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Teenage pregnancies spike in Hwange

Ndlovu also noted that the risky sexual behaviours were linked to increased sexually transmitted diseases, unintended pregnancies and unsafe abortions.
By Sharon Sibindi 11h ago
Residents nab copper cable thieves
Residents nab copper cable thieves
Meanwhile, police have arrested two Bulawayo men Mayibongwe Ncube (24) and Denzel Joseph Jinjika (23) in connection with three cases of motor vehicle theft in the city centre.
By Margaret Lubinda 11h ago
Harrowing tale of ex-injiva’s life of distress in the streets
There are flies all over and no running water.
By Linda Chinobva Mar. 3, 2024
Government yet to declare Bulawayo water crisis area
Declaring the city a water crisis area would allow the local authority to mobilise international support for short-to-medium term projects to alleviate the city’s water crisis.
By Innocent Magondo Mar. 3, 2024
Briefs: Hwange council to regularise informal sector
Council chairperson, Morrison Mafa, said the local authority was in the process of constructing proper working spaces for the players in the sector for easy taxation.
By Sharon Sibindi Mar. 3, 2024
Briefs: Bulawayo residents challenge King Mambo
Ndebele King Bulelani Lobengula Khumalo spokesperson, Bornman Khumalo, also shot down the idea.
By Innocent Magondo Mar. 3, 2024
Shangani community laments speeding drivers
Ward 23 councillor for Insiza, Nomusa Moyo, said they had written letters to the transport ministry about the issue but had not received a favourable response.
By Sharon Sibindi Mar. 3, 2024
Farmers want livestock policy reviewed
Nkayi Community Parliament deputy speaker and communal farmer, Nkosilathi Ncube, said the government must control the movement of cattle.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 3, 2024
Briefs: Tsholotsho woman helps orphans
Siqinisweyinkosi Mhlanga, an orphan and a beneficiary of the Joshua Nkomo scholarship, established the Orphans' Friend in 2008.
By Nizbert Moyo Mar. 3, 2024
Gwanda villagers demand offer letters
Zanu PF Nyandeni district chairperson Bongani Mlilo said they had begun a process of mobilising support to get offer letters from the government.
By Nizbert Moyo Mar. 2, 2024
Five years fighting the white minority: The sad tale of an ex-Zipra war fighter
Christopher Munkombwe is one of the ex-Zipra cadres who are living a pauper’s life despite putting their lives on the line for the liberation of the country.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 2, 2024
MDC-T loses election appeal against minister Nyoni
Ndlovu accused Nyoni of intimidating his supporters as well as defacing his campaign posters.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 1, 2024
Zimbos nabbed with R5m smuggled cigarettes
The two identified as Charles Kanhema and Leo Tafireyi were arrested near Lephalale, Limpopo province, on Sunday by South African Police Service (Saps) members.
By Rex Mphisa Mar. 1, 2024
Govt moves in to alleviate Byo’s water crisis
Masuka said the government identified sites where drilling of boreholes will take place to alleviate the water situation in Bulawayo.
By Innocent Magondo Mar. 1, 2024
Bystander struck, killed by motorist
Bulawayo provincial police spokesperson Inspector Abednico Ncube confirmed the incident.
By Patricia Sibanda Mar. 1, 2024
Lupane council groans over US$700K debt
According to Nyoni, the local board is pursuing other projects to boost its revenue streams.
By Innocent Magondo Feb. 29, 2024
Declare drought a national disaster: MP
Government has said no one will starve, but critics insist that authorities cannot be trusted, having been exposed before for lying about the hunger situation and available grain stocks.
By Silas Nkala and Patricia Sibanda Feb. 29, 2024
Fraudster car dealer on the run
He identified the suspect as Itayi Chipfakanya of Nkulumane, the proprietor of Quality Motors Company.
By Daniel Moyo Feb. 29, 2024
Man up for illegal possession of mining explosives
It is the State’s case that a team of detectives went to investigate and on arrival, the illegal miners fled, but Ngwenya was caught.
By Daniel Moyo Feb. 29, 2024
Former acting Gokwe chief dragged to court
According to court papers, the six villagers lost their cattle, goats and sheep after they were convicted by the community court without trial.
By Desmond Chingarande Feb. 28, 2024
Man kills lover ahead of lobola payment
Obvious Velani Sibanda (26) allegedly killed his girlfriend Hillary Ntando Ncube when she received a call from another man suspected to be her boyfriend.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 28, 2024
Salesman disappears with US$10k
Ndlovu returned to work after four days and told his employer that he had lost the money before he was taken to the police.
By Jerssie Mpofu Feb. 27, 2024
Redcliff probed over procurement of luxurious vehicles
In a report ACT-SA said it received information from a whistleblower alleging a conflict of interest on the procurement of the vehicles allocated to senior council employees.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 27, 2024
Memorial for 27 Tsholotsho Gukurahundi victims held
 The event was attended by local traditional leaders, villagers, Tsholotsho North legislator Libion Sibanda and Matabeleland North Proportional Representation MP Sethulo Ndebele, among others.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 27, 2024
King Mambo petitions BCC over street naming
According to the petition, Moyo and his subjects want the local authority to remove parking fees in the city centre.
By Daniel Moyo Feb. 26, 2024
Farmers pin hopes on village banks
Matabeleland South province has continued to experience a recurrence of droughts since the 1980s amid calls by agricultural experts for farmers to resort to smart agriculture.
By Silas Nkala Feb. 26, 2024
Clerk steals bricks worth US$14 700
The matter was reported to the police leading to the arrest of Maduku.
By Jerssie Mpofu Feb. 26, 2024
Traditional leaders lament unpaid allowances
Southern Eye Sunday has established that some village heads have served for more than 15 years without any benefits.
By Nizbert Moyo Feb. 25, 2024