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Acie Lumumba Names And Shames Corrupt Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe Officials

By Correspondent , 22 , Oct 2018


Newly appointed chairman of the Ministry of Finance communications taskforce Acie Lumumba has alleged that senior RBZ officials were running a foreign currency cartel at the central bank. In a .. Read More →

Man Shot Dead in Harare CBD

By Tapiwa Kapisa , 11 , Oct 2018


News of the South HARARE -    A man (40) was shot dead by a motorist (24) after an alleged altercation in the Harare CBD yesterday morning; an event which .. Read More →

Citizens Manifesto in ‘Citizens Cabinet’ Launch

By Tapiwa Kapisa , 11 , Oct 2018


News of the South HARARE - The Citizens’ Manifesto yesterday launched a 16 portfolio “Citizens’ Cabinet” in Harare, in an attempt to deal with the prevailing socio-economic challenges in the .. Read More →

Government to Take Over Norton Hospital

By Correspondent , 10 , Oct 2018


Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South)-Norton Hospital is set to be relinquished to government after council officials revealed that the health facility has become a burden due to the acute .. Read More →

PTUZ President World Teacher’s Day Message

By Correspondent , 08 , Oct 2018


Harare, Zimbabwe. - World Teachers' Day is held annually on 5 October. Inaugurated in 1994, it commemorates the signing of the 1996 UNESCO/ILO Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers, which .. Read More →

Government Pledges to Revive Norton Industries

By Correspondent , 04 , Oct 2018


Harare, Zimbabwe (News of the South)-Norton stands on the brink of massive industrial revolution following assurances from Industry and Commerce Minister Nqobizitha Mangaliso Ndhlovu that government will do its outmost .. Read More →

St John’s College Board Chair Resigns

By Tapiwa Kapisa , 01 , Oct 2018


News of the South HARARE - St John’s College Board of Governors Chairperson, Charles Msipa has resigned after they received threats of legal action following their decision to allow just .. Read More →

Borehole, Bottled Water Contaminated

By Tapiwa Kapisa , 29 , Sep 2018


News of fhe South HARARE -   Just as most Harare citizens thought the cholera outbbreak which gave them restless days in the past few weeks has been contained, another blow .. Read More →

Older campaigners around the world stand up for human rights on UN International Day of Older Persons, Monday 1 Oct

By Correspondent , 29 , Sep 2018


(News of The South) - Thousands of older activists in more than 25 countries globally are meeting, marching, demonstrating and calling on their governments to recognise and support their human .. Read More →