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Ministry of youths , Sports , Arts and Recreation has appealed for today to be declared   a ‘TUKU DHUKU ”  where  women folk who constitute a sizable percentage of Tuku’s fan base to put a black attire including head dress. The name was derived from one of  the late legend’s famous tracks.  This was […]

 The call for Zimbabweans living in the Diaspora  to retrace their footsteps and invest back home seems to be bearing fruits as one chrome miner who has cut his 20 year spell  in the United Kingdom is currently earning huge through chrome mining. . Ishmael Sibanda who has created employment for local communities through his […]

Zimbabwean musicians say the void that was left by Oliver Tuku Mtukudzi in the music fraternity local,regional and abroad  will be hard to fill. Among the scores of artists who spoke to YAFM news, Sulumane  Chimbetu said he has lost his second father who nurtured him through his music career.   Meanwhile Tuku’s music followers within the Great Dyke […]

Motorists in Zvishavane have challenged the local authority to rehabilitate roads in the central business unit   that were destroyed by the el -nino induced rains  last in 2017. Motorists who  spoke to Ya FM News  gave reference to the strip road along Ireland saying its dilapidated  state is a ticking time bomb for accidents. […]

Zimbabwe National Water Authority,(ZINWA) has encouraged citizens to use water sparingly to save available water following continuous  dwindling water levels in most water  bodies. In a telephone interview with YA FM news reporter, Prince Purazeni, ZINWA corporate communications officer Tsungirirai Shoriwa urged  citizens to take every advantage  of  showers to harvest water. He also advised […]

Senior citizens over the age of 70 in  the high density suburbs of Zvishavane are pleading with government for financial assistance from government and well wishers as they are incapacitated to  fend for themselves as well as their dependents. Speaking to Ya FM news, the senior citizens said hunger and inability to pay for accommodation […]

Political analysts say national dialogue between political players in Zimbabwe is vital as it is the only way to take the country forward. In a telephone interview with Ya FM news political analyst Dr Wellington Gadzikwa who is also UZ lecturer stressed that dialogue between all political players and stakeholders  is vital as pointing fingers […]

Villagers in Shangani say they want more schools to be constructed in the area, to cater for the growing number of children. In an interview villagers said the available schools are far apart which is a challenge to learners who are forced to  walk long distances to nearest schools     The construction of new […]

Commuting public says  government’s move issue out  buses to allow  affordable transport  is a welcome alternative  as unruly transport operators had begun to take advantage of the prevailing situation to exploit commuters.  This follows announcement by government on its commitment  in introducing Zupco buses to ferry passengers at  affordable prices. Some commuters who spoke to […]

Chief Justice Luke Malaba has warned members of the public  against disrespecting court rulings. Chief Justice Malaba said people should follow laid down procedures if they have grievances with a court judgment. Chief Justice Malaba said Corruption is unpleasant provision of injustice in the country. Chief Justice Malaba was speaking during the official opening of […]


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