Tanaka Mrewa

  • COVID19

    PTUZ implores Zimsec to extend exam registration deadline

    Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe(PTUZ) has chided the Zimbabwe Examinations Council (Zimsec) for refusing to postpone the registration deadline date…

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    Water-short Byo urged to turn to Khami Dam

    Ward 7 councillor Shadreck Sibanda has implored the local authority to consider harnessing water from Khami Dam for domestic use…

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    COVID-19:Small scale miners downsize

    Artisanal and small-scale miners in Gwanda and Bubi have reduced manpower by cutting down the number of workers at mine…

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  • COVID19

    Mineworkers at risk of contracting COVID-19:ZELA

    Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association (ZELA) says artisanal and small scale miners are at risk of contracting Coronavirus due to the…

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    Bulawayo vendor fatally assaulted

    An informal trader from Bulawayo died on the spot after she was assaulted by an assailant who tried to steal…

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    President Mnangagwa pardons 5000 prisoners

    About 5000 prisoners will be released from the country`s prison following a general amnesty by President Emmerson Mnangagwa. Zimbabwe`s prisons…

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  • COVID19

    BPRA chides council over extended water shedding period

    Bulawayo Progressive Residents Association (BPRA) has chided the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) for cutting water supplies for over 96 hours,…

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  • COVID19

    Mixed feelings over ban on court weddings

    Prospective couples who had planned to wed in the next two months have expressed mixed feelings after the Judicial Service…

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    Residents urge council to cancel Egodini Mall tender

    The Bulawayo Progressive Residents Association (BPRA) has implored the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) to cancel the tender awarded to Terracotta…

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  • COVID19

    Transport operators scale up Coronavirus awareness campaigns

    Public transport operators in Bulawayo have scaled up efforts to promote awareness on the deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Two cases…

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