• Centenary Park: Will It Ever Be Revived Back To Its Glory?

    BCC is struggling to get the Centenary Park back to its glory days, slowly becoming a home to criminal elements.


    BY THABANI H. MOYO | @thabanih | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | NOV 15, 2021

    The COP 26 UN Climate Change Conference, hosted by the United Kingdom in partnership with Italy, took off on the 31st of October and ends today, Friday, 12 November 2021. This is an opportune time to think about how public places are important to each and every one of us. Climate change can be an abstract issue with complex units to relate to for most, in this instalment, Thabani H. Moyo speaks to the importance of the Centenary Park to the outlook of Bulawayo and Matebelelanders' like you and me.

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  • Binga Loses Out On Tourism Due To Poor Road Infrastructure

    Poor road networks hinder tourists from traveling to Binga denying the town a potential tourism revenue. Image by MyGuideZimbabwe


    BY CALVIN MANIKA | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | NOV 15, 2021

    The online space which is often used to recommend tourism locations globally has raised a red flag over why travelling to Binga may not be attractive.

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  • Sand Poaching ‘Oils’ New Mazwi Youth Community, At A Cost

    In the process of eking a living, sand poachers leave huge unclaimed pits that pose a danger to residents in Mazwi village.


    BY VUSINDLU MAPHOSA | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | NOV 15, 2021

    With no jobs, several youths in New Mazwi have resorted to unregulated sand poaching to eke a living.

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  • Continued Coal Mining In Hwange Exacerbating Climatic Effects?

    Hwange residents attribute changes in rainfall patterns, high temperatures and extreme weather events to coal mining in their town. Image by Unsplash


    BY CALVIN MANIKA | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | NOV 15, 2021

    The world is moving towards clean energy; while Zimbabwe may be unable to make a quick shift, the 'dirty' fossil fuel effects are already being felt. For many, not enough is being done to ensure a transition to clean energy soon.

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  • Luveve Diarrhoea Outbreak: A Year On, No Answers

    Luveve villagers dumped mock coffins outside the housing office in protest of diarrhoea outbreak which claimed many lives. Image by Newsday


    BY LIZWE SEBATHA | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | NOV 14, 2021

    A year on, following an outbreak that killed 13 people in Luveve, locals are demanding answers. Who is to blame? Without clear answers, how can this be prevented in the future?

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  • Disabled Mat North Children Struggle To Access Public Education

    Most of Matabeleland North schools have no facilities to cater for children with mental and physical challenges. Image by Unsplash


    BY NOKUTHABA DLAMINI | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | NOV 15, 2021

    An underfunded education sector is felt by the remote and most vulnerable in Matabeleland North.

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  • Beitbridge Development Plans Remain In Limbo

    The border town, Beitbridge, is a major revenue earner for the country due to the busy port. Image by NewsPindula


    BY LIZWE SEBATHA | @The_CBNews | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | NOV 15, 2021

    A Beitbridge municipality Local Development Plan (LDP) that was meant to pave the way for various infrastructure development projects and give the border town a new face is gathering dust.

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  • Goats Project Shrouded In Controversy