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Bulawayo based heavy duty electrical manufacturing and engineering firm, Leaford Electric Rewinds has opened an engineering division meant to complement the company's intention to tap into the regional export market to boost operations.
A ZIMBABWEAN truck driver who is being accused of armed robbery has been rotting in prison in Livingstone, Zambia, for the past seven months under unclear circumstances.
Henpecked by his wife to get a better job after the school where he worked closes, Joseph takes his family from one part of Zimbabwe to another, from the comparatively safe city of Bulawayo to a relative's house near the diamond fields of Marange.
Public anger at official harassment was demonstrated this week when vendors assaulted municipal police who had confiscated their goods at Bulawayo's Renkini bus terminus.
A veteran politician and nationalist, Cde Clement Muneri Muchachi, died in Gweru on October 8, 2001 after a long struggle with hypertension.
Government this week banned the export of rough diamonds, in a move which mines minister Walter Chidhakwa claimed was meant to ensure Zimbabwe gets maximum value for its minerals.
The Business editor of the Chronicle, Mernet Mafirakureva, has died after the car he was driving collided head on with a bus near Beatrice, along the Harare to Masvingo highway.
About 3 000 qualified teachers who quit their jobs at the height of economic problems are still stranded after applying for re-employment in the civil service, teachers' unions said yesterday.This comes at a time when the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has reported a critical shortage of qualified personnel to fill thousands of vacant ... (more)
In all honesty, Zimbabwe needs to get real and establish just how much we have put to good use and how much we have squandered .
Zimbabwe 257-2 beat Afghanistan 256-7 by eight wickets Second One-Day International, Bulawayo Scorecard Openers Hamilton Masakadza and Sikandar Raza shared a 224-run opening partnership to help Zimbabwe beat Afghanistan by eight wickets in the second One-Day International in Bulawayo.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 11:20 pm
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