Public Construction and National Housing minister, Enos Chikowore, should get rid of the rot in his ministry which seems to have become a haven for unscrupulous civil servants out for a quick-buck before the ministry is accorded priority ahead of education and defence.
News that a Bindura Town Council official is living in fear because of pressure from political heavyweights who do not want him to approve applications by some companies that want to invest in the town should immediately be investigated.
There should be intense lobbying in the corridors of power as the country’s academics vie for the post of vice-chancellor which will be vacated by Prof Walter Kamba at the end of this month.
With $65 million reserved for the drought relief programme specifically to assist persons in the drought stricken communal lands and with strict instructions that no funds from this vote should be transferred from this item without prior treasury approval one can only hope that no single Zimbabwean will be left to starve.
A Bulawayo music fan who was shot and wounded by police after violence broke out at White City Stadium because fans were disappointed with the short performance by international reggae singer, Gregory Isaacs, has been awarded $8 704.17 in damages by High Court Judge, Justice Blackie.
According to residents of Masvingo, one of the reasons why Public Service Minister Eddison Zvobgo, has remained popular in both the town and the province is that he does not hide his wealth or abuse government facilities for personal gain- and he speaks his mind.