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Lupane whiz kid appeals for assistance

A LUPANE whiz kid who scooped 13 points at Advanced Level in the 2015 November Zimsec examinations, Mgcini Sibanda is appealing for financial assistance to further his studies at tertiary level. The pupil from Zwangendaba High School in Lupane told Radio Dialogue he is facing ...

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“Recycle waste,” – EMA tells local authorities

LOCAL authorities should start recycling waste and stop wasting funds when they collect rubbish waste from residential areas, says the Environmental Management Agency EMA education and publicity manager, Steady Kangata. In an interview, Kangata said at the moment local authorities in Zimbabwe were using expensive ...

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Cartoon opens up old wounds

By Walter Dlamini UMTHWAKAZI Heritage Trust director Prince Zwide Khumalo says the cartoon flighted on The Chronicle’s 4 February edition has unnecessarily opened up old wounds and fueled tribalism and discrimination as it “smacked of hate, tribalism and a total absence of moral and cultural ...

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“Without religion there is no human development”

By Walter Dlamini AFRICA Sustainable Peace Institute for Research and Education (ASPIRE) president, Reverend Dr Ambrose Moyo, said without cultivating religion among the masses, it is impossible to talk of human development. Speaking at a service to launch ASPIRE, a platform to strengthen communities religiously, ...

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Mpilo Central Hospital in need of specialists

ONE of the country’s largest referral hospitals, Mpilo Central Hospital is appealing to government for assistance to retain the institution’s specialist doctors compliment which is at an all time low. Mpilo is reported to have to depend on junior doctors and relies on 15 doctors ...

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Residents commend BCC on citywide road repairs

By Lungile Ngwenya NJUBE and Old Lobengula residents are commending the Bulawayo City Council for fixing main roads in their area and have called for the local authority to shift focus towards deplorable smaller roads in the two suburbs. The residents said they are living ...

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Govt bans Kaylites containers…six months to wrap up

GOVERNMENT is in process of banning the use of kaylites, food plastic containers, as they have become one of the major sources of litter across the country. This was said by the Environmental Management Agency (EMA), Education and Publicity Manager, Steady Kangata while addressing journalists on ...

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Mutsvangwa sticks to his guns: “Moyo is Sithole’s son”

MINISTER of Welfare Services for War Veterans, War Collaborators Ex-Political Detainees and Restrictees, Christopher Mutsvangwa dropped a bombshell claiming the Higher and Tertiary Education Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo is the son of the late nationalist, Reverend Ndabaningi Sithole. Speaking to journalists on the sidelines of ...

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Residents allege negligence at Mpilo Central Hospital

BULAWAYO residents have expressed concern over the suspected growing negligence of medical practitioners at Mpilo Central Hospital. The concerns were raised after the residents reported the evident increase in infant mortality. Residents said despite the fact that the hospital staff has an obligation of informing ...

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Rapists target pregnant women

By Lungile Ngwenya Pregnant women coming from Mzilikazi have become an easy target of rapists, who ambush them on their way to Northend clinic, said the area’s councillor Sheila Nkomo, who also mentioned that their nearest Mzilikazi clinic is poorly resourced. Mzilikazi clinic is short ...

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