Author: Panashe Madzinga

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The Zvishavane Town Council says it is working on a plan to rid the mining town of stray livestock. Speaking at a Zvishavane Traffic Consultative Committee meeting Mr Farai Machaka said by-laws have been in place since 2015 and penalties were set at $2 a day for stray livestock. He however said council was at […]

People living with disabilities say they need to be allowed to choose people who will assist them cast their ballot on election day. Speaking to YA FM news, National Council of Disabled Persons in Zimbabwe Chairperson for Mazvihwa branch Mr Timothy Thembo said the visually impaired are the most affected as such government should ensure that they get […]

In sports news, FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza says his team needs to bounce back against Yadah on Saturday following their loss to ZPC Kariba at the weekend. Speaking at a press conference ahead of the away game, Mapeza said they need to pick themselves up in their next encounter. FC Platinum Vice Captain Winston […]

Government says it will be difficult to fight HIV and other sexually transmitted infections because of high levels of poverty in the country. National Coordinator with the Ministry of Healthy and Child Care for the DREAMS initiative which focuses on HIV prevention among young people, Taurai Bhatasara says poverty is the key driver of HIV in […]

Zimbabwe Farmers Union (ZFU) has encouraged farmers to organize supplementary feed for their livestock starting June going forward. Speaking in a telephone interview with YA FM news, ZFU Matabeleland North and South Regional Manager Sakhile Moyo said most livestock in the region are still in a fair condition. He further encouraged farmers to have supplementary […]

The Zimbabwe Republic Police says investigation of the White City blast is still ongoing in Bulawayo. National Police Spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba says investigations have not been fruitful so far but all security departments are still carrying out investigations. The incident which left two security aides dead, took place three weeks ago at […]

Aspiring Member of Parliament candidates for Zvishavane-Ngezi constituency say they are committed to maintain peace in the district. Addressing local residents who were gathered for the Multi Political Peace March at Mandava yesterday, contestants from various political parties commended the Zimbabwe Republic Police for organising the march. They also urged locals to settle their political […]

Speaking to the media in Harare on Monday, ZEC Chairperson Justice Priscilla Chigumba said 210 constituency election officers and their deputies were trained from 2-4 July. She added that an additional 1958 ward election officers and their deputies have been recruited and will be trained from 16 – 20 July. The recruitment of 10985 presiding officers would be finalized […]

Chief Masunda has called upon faith healers for the apostolic sect to value human life and desist from rendering assistance to pregnant women who are supposed to be attended by the trained hospital Staff. His concern comes after a thirty seven year old woman; Hilder Mazingari from Mabasa died from labour complications while she was […]

Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) Zvishavane District has hailed local residents for maintaining peace during the pre-election period. Speaking to YA FM news at the sidelines of the Multi-Political Party Peace March held in Zvishavane yesterday, Officer Commanding Zvishavane District Chief Superintendent Edward Ncube said the peace march buttressed the peaceful environment that is already prevailing in […]


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