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ConCourt grants Umvutcha farmer’s appeal over property caveats

Bulawayo High Court judge Justice Christopher Dube-Banda on June 8 last year ordered Masuka to cancel the caveats endorsed on deed of transfer 3188/83.
By Silas Nkala 13h ago
Man scalds drinking partner with acid
Man scalds drinking partner with acid
A police report was made, leading to Mpofu’s arrest.
By William Vundla 23h ago
Trio jailed for damaging NRZ property
The court heard that on April 6 this year, the three went to Munyati Railway Bridge in Battlefields and cut four by 15-metre galvanised pipes.
By Bongile Moyo Jun. 17, 2024
Bulilima farmers appeal for more stockfeed supplies
He appealed to the Plumtree Town Council to desist from impounding villagers’ cattle when they stray into the urban area, describing the practice as very unfair.
By Abigail Ncube Jun. 17, 2024
Ncube appeals for halfway home for ex-prisoners
In April last year, government released 4 270 inmates under the Presidential Amnesty in a bid to decongest the prison facilities.
By Margaret Lubinda Jun. 17, 2024
Malnutrition cases rise in Bulawayo
As a result, a number of children are being hospitalised due to malnutrition, Sunday Southern Eye established.
By Sharon Sibindi Jun. 16, 2024
Shurugwi women join gold panning as poverty bites
Known for its mineral-rich resource, Boterekwa, which forms part of the Great Dyke, a 550km stretch of mineral belt across the country, is home to thousands of mineral predators.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jun. 16, 2024
Muzorewa urges genuine Gukurahundi resolution
The traditional leaders have since received conflict management training and laptops as well as other recording gadgets in preparation for the public hearings.
By Sharon Sibindi Jun. 16, 2024
Crackdown on open air churches condemned
Council has been pushing for a ban on apostolic churches from using flags, tents, clothes and different artefacts at their shrines, which he says are in conflict with the local culture.
By Sharon Sibindi Jun. 16, 2024
Minister’s assault case thrown out
“The court will have to discharge you at the close of the state case and all of you are therefore found not guilty and acquitted."
By Stephen Chadenga Jun. 16, 2024
Zanu PF businesspeople reject ZiG
A supermarket owned by one top Zanu PF official in Bulawayo is not accepting ZiG for some products, a survey revealed.
By Sharon Sibindi Jun. 16, 2024
22 poachers shot dead
Farawo said they also recovered 94 rifles and 669 rounds of ammunition from the poachers.
By Sharon Sibindi Jun. 16, 2024
BCC ropes in youth in climate change campaign
Mayor David Coltart expressed excitement on the project, stating that he was pleased to see young people expressing interest in partaking in the fight against climate change.
By William Vudla Jun. 15, 2024
Zapu war vets rap ED over violation of Unity Accord
The political agreement was signed on December 22, 1987 to end post-independence hostilities between Zanu PF and PF Zapu.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 15, 2024
Nkulumane market set to open
BVTA executive director Michael Ndiweni said they were preparing for the official opening as the project nears completion.
By Abigail Ncube Jun. 15, 2024
Binga RDC embarks on property valuation
It consists of communal and resettlement land and the area is endowed with natural resources.
By Peter Dube Jun. 14, 2024
2 Byo men caged over illegal possession of ivory
Hlupani Austin Sibanda (60) and Ellmone Nkomo were convicted on a charge of contravening the Parks and Wildlife Act.
By Daniel Moyo Jun. 14, 2024
Man fatally stabs neighbour, flees
She said Tshuma’s father confronted Dube to establish what had happened.
By Peter Dube Jun. 14, 2024
Dutch NGO steps in to ease Byo water woes
The current drought has forced council to enforce a 120-hour water shedding schedule to ensure the city doesn’t run dry.
By William Vundla Jun. 14, 2024
Woman jailed over washing line dispute
The court heard that on February 19 this year, Tshuma had a misunderstanding with Sithembile Dube (38) over the former’s clothes which had fallen from the washing line.
By Daniel Moyo Jun. 13, 2024
Poachers invade Nkayi for china clay
Kaolin or china clay is used in ceramics, medicine, coated paper, as a food additive in toothpaste, as a light diffusing material in white incandescent light bulbs and in cosmetics.
By William Vundla Jun. 13, 2024
Govt diverts funds for Gwabalanda police base
Kazembe said the construction of Gwabalanda police base was being spearheaded by the local legislator through the Constituency Development Fund.
By Bongile Moyo Jun. 13, 2024
Zanu PF chef calls out abusive village heads
Approximately 180 villagers were displaced from their homesteads in February this year and were arrested on charges of illegal occupation of State land.
By Nizbert Moyo Jun. 13, 2024
Chief Malaba burial set for Saturday
Matopo district development co-ordinator Obey Chaputsira confirmed that Malaba will be buried on Saturday. Chief Malaba was installed in 1988.
By Abigail Ncube Jun. 12, 2024
Drug abusers congest Ingutsheni Hospital
Reports indicate that a significant number of new admissions at Ingutsheni are victims of alcohol, drug and substance abuse.
By Margaret Lubinda Jun. 12, 2024
Lack of funding stalls construction of Insiza Registry Office
Home Affairs minister Kazembe Kazembe said Treasury had not disbursed a single dollar towards the construction of the office since January this year.
By Peter Dube Jun. 12, 2024
Mpilo cancer, kidney patients stranded
Zimbabwe cancer patients have been facing treatment challenges because of a critical shortage of radiotherapy and chemotherapy equipment.
By William Vundla Jun. 12, 2024
BCC, police operation nets 44 gold panners
This is revealed in the latest council report from the parks section, presented by the housing and community services director Dictor Khumalo last month.
By Silas Nkala Jun. 11, 2024