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SOS to help homeless Pumula family

Acting chief fire officer Mahlangano Moyo said the department had engaged several stakeholders to assist the family.
By Margaret Lubinda 22h ago

‘Fix street lights in suburbs’

Acting BCC spokesperson Bongiwe Ngwenya recently revealed that 258 out of 429 tower lights in the city were not functioning.
By Patricia Sibanda Apr. 3, 2024

Outcry over BCC gold mine lease charges

Council has also resolved to suspend billing on various mining claims.
By Nizbert Moyo Mar. 27, 2024

BCC turns to boreholes, as water crisis deepens

Representing the council, ward 3 councillor, Mxolisi Mahlangu said the local authority wants to make sure that all boreholes that are not working are fixed.
By Patricia Sibanda Mar. 22, 2024

Apostolic sects must respect culture, customs: Residents

A concerned resident who declined to be named said it is against the Ndebele culture to just go around hanging pieces of clothes in the bush.
By Patricia Sibanda Mar. 19, 2024

BCC turns to engineers as water crisis deepens

They proposed that the city be declared a water crisis area in terms of section 61 of the Water Act.
By Silas Nkala Mar. 14, 2024

Potholes develop at Egodini terminus

Bulawayo Mayor, David Coltart told Southern Eye that he has received reports on the concerns and has since contacted the contractor.
By Patricia Sibanda Mar. 13, 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

Byo Thermal Power Station decommissioning to hit jobs

The government last year announced plans to decommission the 77-year-old station, arguing it is now beyond repair due to its old and dilapidated infrastructure.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Feb. 2, 2024