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Silisiwe Mabaleka

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I will definitely win 2023 elections: Mwonzora

Mwonzora described himself as the only leader capable of rescuing Zimbabweans from the ruling party's bondage and solve the economic problems that have rocked the country since the late 90s.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Aug. 31, 2022

Binga, Plumtree polytechnics coming soon: Minister

GOVERNMENT says it is in the process of building industrial training polytechnic colleges in Binga and Plumtree to expedite the country’s development trajectory.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Sep. 2, 2022

Disability advocates demand justice for rape victims

Non-communicable disease advocate Jacob Ngwenya said there was a need for the judicial system to cater for the disabled community.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Sep. 5, 2022

'Terrified' teachers report for duty

Educators Union of Zimbabwe secretary-general Tapedza Zhou told NewsDay that their survey revealed that teachers were suffering in silence and reported for work under protest.

Kezi villagers rehabilitate clinic

The initiative comes as the health institution faces closure due to the bad state of its infrastructure.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Sep. 7, 2022

Gweru offers land to JSC

JSC had proposed to turn Zaire Bar in Mkoba 6 into a court.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Sep. 9, 2022

Don't be crybabies: Zanu PF MP

Critics have alleged corruption in the tendering process which they say favours companies mainly from Harare, sideling local ones.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Sep. 12, 2022

BCC identifies 35 illegal dumpsites in CBD

Mayor Solomon Mguni said the issue of illegal dumpsites had been affecting Bulawayo for the past months.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Sep. 13, 2022

‘Let’s take suicide seriously’

Abangane founder and director Zibusiso Munandi said most people who commited suicide were the marginalised groups in communities.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Sep. 12, 2022

Drug rehab specialist appeals for funding

The forum, a United Nations Convention focusing on children’s rights, is scheduled for November at Trivandrum, Kerala in India.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Sep. 16, 2022

Hospitals face acute staff shortage

He said health facilities were in a poor state, which made the work of nurses difficult.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Sep. 19, 2022

Umzingwane High accused of setting dogs on villagers’ goats

Ward 3 village development co-ordinator David Mpofu confirmed that five villagers had raise complaints about the school authorities’ conduct.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Sep. 19, 2022

BCC in major road rehab

The project, which kicked off on September 20, will run up to December 16, 2022.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Sep. 22, 2022

Zapu, CCC, Zanu PF in joint call for peace

They made the call during the International Day of Peace commemorations held at the Brethren in Christ Church in Lobengula West.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Sep. 24, 2022

Nurses say region’s health facilities neglected

 “The infrastructure is not up to standard and renovations are not being done.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Sep. 5, 2022

Gold panning polluting Byo supply dams: Council

Latest council minutes showed that councillors were concerned over an upsurge in cases of gold panning near the city’s supply dams.
By Silas Nkala and Silisiwe Mabaleka Oct. 12, 2022

Culture awards preps on course

At the awards, we will be honouring some of our cultural players for carrying the torch, we knew about them when we were very young and until now they are still standing.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Oct. 12, 2022

Electrical fault at NUST graduation ceremony

The incident happened as President Emmerson Mnangagwa was capping 3 087 graduands drawn from various disciplines.
By Silisiwe Mabaleka Nov. 12, 2022

Illegal land sales trigger protests in Umzingwane

Chief Stanley Gwebu denied allegations that he was selling communal land and that his subjects had demonstrated against him.
By Silas Nkala and Silisiwe Mabaleka May. 15, 2023