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UNDP to assist Bulawayo avert challenges

Bulawayo mayor David Coltart appealed for assistance from UNDP at a meeting held last week.
By Margaret Lubinda May. 28, 2024

Distinguished speakers for ZimInd markets indaba

Justin Bgoni, chief executive officer (CEO) at the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE), and Anymore Taruvinga, CEO at SecZim, will give updates on capital markets dynamics.
By Staff Writer May. 24, 2024

Minister bemoans effects of COVID-19, El Nino on livestock production

He said that livestock provides food security and serves as a household investment for rural livelihoods.
By Tafadzwa Mhlanga and Ropafadzo Makosi May. 21, 2024

Ghosh’s visit to Zim to open doors for budding artistes

She regarded the act as an “exploration of time, existence, and the interplay between material and immaterial realities.”
By Alfred Tembo May. 12, 2024

Our councils are dead asleep

At independence in 1980, we inherited vibrant councils which ran lucrative business ventures and hardly depended on ratepayers for their income.
By Newsday May. 10, 2024

BCC, TTI streamline parking management

“Clearer visibility of the call centre phone numbers on all tickets issued by TTI for members of the public to contact when clamped or when they have a complaint [sic].”
By Silas Nkala May. 8, 2024

Woman recovers father’s estate 24 years later

Justice Maxwell said she also needed to determine whether or not Pange entered into an agreement of sale with Muguza in 2011.
By Desmond Chingarande May. 6, 2024

Coltart sticks to his guns on arts festival

Coltart said Bulawayo was facing a potential catastrophe.
By Sharon Sibindi May. 6, 2024

Mayor prioritises water over arts

In an interview with Standard Style, Coltart said the story about him walking out of the meeting was incorrect; he had another meeting to get to.
By Sharon Sibindi May. 5, 2024