Tenda Total Protection, a brand named after its founder, a Chiredzi born and bred young entrepreneur Sydney Tenda now based in Durban, South Africa is one of the most promising brands owned by young, indigenous entrepreneurs from Chiredzi.
Grandpa grows Mbanje in garden, avoids prison
By Ashley Muchero A 68- year old man of Kwanga village under chief Zimuto who was found growing 18 plats of dagga measuring 30cm and 160cm in length in his garden was last Friday convicted and given a wholly- suspended prison sentence. Tsvakai Chihwehwete ,appeared before Masvingo magistrate Rufaro Mangwiro facing charges of unlawful possession […]
Iron thirsty… Masvingo faces water scarcity
Most of Masvingo ‘s residential areas are facing continuous water shortages with the residents calling on the Masvingo town council to rectify the challenge that has persisted for over a couple of weeks now.
Cris Chinaka Motions Fight Against Fake News
Addressing Great Zimbabwe University media students,the veteran retired journalist Chris Chinaka said there’s need to end fake news through a process of fact checking and investigative journalism before citizen journalism completely ruin media profession.
Mother, Daughter Killed And Burned
The 28 year old mother and her daughter (4)years, were murdered and burned beyond recognition by Ngoni Machiya (32)who happens to be Namatai’s boyfriend.
Gutu man appears in court for stealing sheep
A man appeared in court for stealing sheep on two occasions.
George Ngove (61) of Nerupiri Village appeared before Masvingo provincial magistrate who sentenced him to one month imprisonment and a restitution of USD100 for stealing sheep at Hampton Farm.
Suicide and men’s mental health
The subject of mental health, particularly that of men, has in the recent past begun to gain traction than it did in the yester years. In more ways than one, quite a number of individuals, governmental and non-governmental organisations have taken it upon themselves to spread awareness on this subject of mental health that, in the far past, had been marginalised for too long.
Resilience ANCHORS funded apiculture project to enhance resilience to climate change
Twenty-six families from Nyangambe Communal Area in Ward 23, Chiredzi North have benefited from an apiculture project being implemented under the Resilience through Accelerating New Community-based Holistic Outcomes for Resource Sustainability (Resilience ANCHORS) programme.
Perspective: Of straight As and Bs
In recent years, it has become increasingly common to hear of our local students who take up more than eight, ten, twelve, fifteen subjects at Ordinary Level. Some even aim higher and go for as many as twenty and still excel in their final exams with straight As and Bs.
Voices bellowing from heroes and heroines’ graves
The post colonial government of the Republic of Zimbabwe has set aside two days of the month of August; one for the nation to remember and celebrate the heroes and heroines who selflessly participated in the armed struggle for independence and the other day for the nation to celebrate the role played by the uniformed forces during and after the Chimurenga wars. Over the years, I have realised that there is no shortage of our people (including those in officialdom) who are ignorant of what it means to remember the selfless service to the Republic those who fought in the armed struggle gave.