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Gweru-Mkoba constituency Member of Parliament Amos Chibaya this week donated Stationery for every pupil at his former school Mabika primary in Chivi north constituency. Speaking to YA FM news Chibaya said he realized many parents in the rural communities are struggling to fund their children’s education thus he has decided to chip in with stationery. […]

People living with HIV say they want to engage president Mnangagwa over the shortage of foreign currency to purchase ARVs. Some people who are infected with the scourge stressed that the president should intervene citing that National Aids Council is not getting enough foreign currency for their medication, a situation which is posing a health threat to […]

The Zimbabwe teachers Association ZIMTA  has justified action by some teachers who absconded duty saying teachers are not incapacitated to carry their duties hence the development is not industrial action. In a telephone interview with our news reporter Takudzwa Mahove,  ZIMTA Secretary-General Mr Tapson Nganunu said teachers have been left with no option but to […]

Mimosa Mining Company General Manager Mr Alex Mushoniwa says local communities should implore long term health preservative measures in a bid to fight against disease outbreaks such as Cholera. Speaking to our news editor Belinda Sibanda on the sidelines of a donation of taped toilet buckets, water guards and soaps to benefit 400 households at Chombhobho […]

Gweru City Council says it will prioritize operationalizing plans for the provision of clean water to all residents as one of its priority areas for the first quarter of this year. Speaking to the media Gweru Mayor Cllr Josiah Makombe said council intends to have every household receiving clean water by the end of the year. […]

Schools have opened for the first term of 2019 with teachers reporting for duty at their various schools in Zvishavane District. In an interview with Ya FM news, Zvishavane District Schools Inspector Trynos Mahlokozera said teachers attended and the business of the first term began in earnest.      Meanwhile, negotiations between government and teachers […]

Small businesses within the Midlands Province have called on the government to urgently deal with the currency crisis during this quarter of the year, as it is stifling the viability of their enterprises. Some sole traders who spoke to the media said they are not realizing any profits due to the economic climate. They also said […]

Villagers in Mabasa  have expressed gratefulness following the recent resurfacing of the local tarred road linking Lundi and Zvishavane which now stretches 20km reaching  Mabasa Business Centre. In an interview with the media, villagers said the dust-road often presented nightmares for motorists and travelers with expecting mothers and the ill  being the most affected. While […]

Exorbitant prices on stationery and school uniforms coupled with fuel shortages have negatively imparted on preparations for back to school, with parents, learners, and teachers having a torrid time in starting a new term.  Schools opened today for the first term for 2019. Several parents who spoke to YaFm news highlighted that the prevailing economic […]

 Gweru District Administrator Joram Chimedza says citizens must take part in the national clean up as it is every citizen`s responsibility that they take time to clean their surrounding environment. He added that citizens should shun litter filled environments. Gweru Mayor Cllr Josiah Makombe echoed the same sentiments adding that the city council has mobilized […]


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