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The Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Ministry say government is reviving the Food-for-Work program to alleviate hunger and starvation faced by some communities. Speaking in Harare on Tuesday Dr Sekai Nzenza said able bodied people can work for food benefits. She says government has pegged grain transportation costs to wards at not more than […]

ZIMBABWE REVENUE AUTHORITY HAS DECENTRALISED SERVICE TO REGIONAL MANAGERS IN LINE WITH THEIR MOTTO OF EFFECTIVELY SERVING THE COMMUNITY. THIS FOLLOWS CALLS BY MINERS FOR THE AUTHORITY TO IMPROVE ITS PACE IN THE PROCESSING OF APPLICATIONS AS IT WAS NOT FEASIBLE FOR THE COMMISSIONER TO ATTEND ALL APPLICATIONS. IN AN INTERVIEW REGION 3 REGIONAL MANAGER […]

People living with HIV and Aids have been urged to stick to their prescribed medication and not default on instruction from non-medical personnel. In a telephone interview with Ya FM News reporter Prince Purazeni National Aids Council communications director, Medelina Dube said HIV drug patients should not default ARVs as this has dire consequences. This […]

Although rain patterns have continued to be elusive within the Mining areas of  Zvishavane, Mberengwa, and surrounding areas, Weather Services department predicted fair showers south of the Midlands province within the next few days,  starting from today. In an interview with Ya FM News Met Services Department’s James Ngoma revealed predicted forecast Some parts of […]

One of the re-owned traditional leaders within the  Midlands Province Chief Chirumhanzu has died. The leader of the chief council in the Midlands, senator  Chief Ngungumbane confirmed the sad news to YAFM news saying Chief Chirumhanzu passed on yesterday at Parirentatwa hospital succumbing to a short illness. This comes at a time when the province was […]

  Consumers in the Midlands province have bemoaned the current scarcity and price hike of bread in the province. Residents that spoke to Ya FM News said ….. and in Gweru consumers said a loaf now costs $2.50 from about $1.40 per loaf previously adding that the margin is too much and they can no […]

APEX Council Chairperson Mrs. Cecilia Alexander says the various sectors of the Apex council are divided on the decision to go on industrial action as the deadline the council gave the government to improve working conditions have expired. In a telephone interview with YAFM, Mrs. Alexander said the Apex Council is divided and only the […]

Vendors in Zvishavane Central Business District are calling on Zvishavane Town Council to speed up the construction of proper legal marketplaces which they promised in 2018. Speaking to YaFM news vendors said they continue to be chased when they sell in undesignated places but the council has not put up enough structures for them to […]

Members of the judiciary have bemoaned the ever-increasing number of crimes of passion and murders over minor issues in the Midlands province. Speaking at the official opening of the 2019 legal year in Gweru recently Bulawayo High Court Judge Justice Thompson Mabhikwa says the Gweru high court has 17 murder cases set for trial in […]

The Meteorological Services Department has assured residents that the Zimbabwe will not be seriously affected by the heat wave that is currently ravaging other southern African countries. Speaking to YaFm news, Meteorological Services Department Officer, Mr Haanyadzisi Batisayi confirmed that temperatures will rise in the country but not at the rate in which it was […]


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