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Byo residents reject Constitution Ammendment Bill

By Sibusiso Moyo BULAWAYO residents have rejected the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 1) Bill 2017 saying the current charter has not been fully implemented and it needed a trial period before any amending. Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment No.1 Act 2017 proposes that the Chief ...

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Tsholotsho flood victims recount heavy losses

By Franklin Sibindi FLOOD victims in Tsholotsho, Sipepa area are recounting massive losses from the violent storms that destroyed houses, crops and livestock. The victims, who are temporary settled at Sipepa Primary School are concerned that they will end up losing more of their cattle. ...

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AAG seeks independent probe into Nandos building collapse

By Arnold Dube THE Affirmative Action Group (AAG) has launched a bid to conduct an independent inquiry into the Nandos builidng collapse, which claimed a life recently in Bulawayo. The building collapsed last Saturday killing one person and injuring others. The AAG has since written ...

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Heavy rains disrupt classes in Mat’land

HEAVY rains that have been pounding Matabelaland provinces have severely affected schoolchildren with some of them skipping classes for some days due to flooding. Cyclone Dineo that hit Matabeleland North and the Midlands last left some people homeless, losing properties to the floods. In separate ...

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Sports ministry encourages athletes to train

The Ministry of Sport and Recreation has encouraged athletes to be health conscious and keep exercising for them to be able to qualify and contest for silverware in international tournaments. Speaking during the sports workshop for journalists, Minister of Sport and Recreation Makhosini Hlongwane said ...

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‘Too much’ rains worry farmers

By Franklin Sibindi SUBSISTENCE farmers around the country are concerned that too much rainfall could damage their crops following the violent Cyclone Dineo storms that hit Southern African countries including Zimbabwe over the past few days. The farmers said after a couple of dry years ...

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Nkulumane residents urged to be on the lookout

NKULUMANE councillor has warned residents in the suburb to be on the lookout for children who play in open ponds following reports of a high number of people who are drowning during the recent heavy downpour. In an interview, the ward 20 Councillor Earnest Rafamoyo ...

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ZITF preps in full swing

PREPARATIONS for the 58th edition of the annual Zimbabwe International Trade Fair(ZITF) 2017 are now in full swing and the trade expo will run under the theme “Harnessing Linkages for Industrial Development.” In a recent statement, ZITF board chairperson Ruth Ncube said this year’s event ...

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Wife demands maintenance after husband moves in with late brother’s wife

A MAN has been dragged to court by his wife for failing to support their children after he left them to move in with his deceased brother’s wife. The accused, Timson Moyo, from Makokoba Suburb, appeared before Bulawayo magistrate, Tinashe Tashaya, for neglecting his wife ...

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Dabengwa honoured by ZIPRA veterans

ZIPRA Veterans Trust have honoured ZAPU leader,  Dr Dumiso Dabengwa, for championing the party’s ideology as well as preserving the late founding father,  Joshua Nkomo’s legacy of nationalism. Dabengwa was honoured by the ZIPRA veterans at a brief ceremony  held at the party’s offices in Bulawayo ...

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