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American Dentist Walter Palmer

No charges against Cecil the Lion’s killer

(CNN) Walter Palmer, the Minnesota dentist and big-game hunter who killed Cecil the Lion while on a July hunting expedition, won’t face charges in the beloved big cat’s death, a Zimbabwean minister said Monday. There has already been ample publicity surrounding the lion’s death, said Zimbabwe’s Minister of ...

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“Revive rural economies,” – Nkayi villagers

VILLAGERS in Siganda and Nkosikazi areas under Nkayi district, Matabeleland North say the resuscitation of rural economies through agricultural mechanisation remains critical relieving them of the burdens of poverty. In separate interviews the villagers say if they are the owners of their economies they could ...

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“Empower the girl child,” – MDCWA

By Lungile Ngwenya  MOVEMENT for Democratic Change Women’s Assembly (MDCWA) has joined the rest of the world in commemorating the International Day of the Girl Child by urging government to alleviate poverty in a bid to afford the girl child life opportunities. The International Day ...

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Lupane villagers cry foul over understaffed school

By Samantha Ndebele LUPANE villagers in Sipopoma have expressed fears that their children could perform badly in the on-going Grade Seven public examinations amid reports that their school is poorly staffed. In an interview, a Sipopoma villager Mahlasela Nkala said the school is facing serious ...

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Revise Zim constitution: San community

THE country’s constitution failed to capture the correct language spoken by the San community, as it printed Koisan that represents an ethnic group instead of Tshwao what is spoken. Section 6 of the Constitution names the 16 languages that are now officially recognised in Zimbabwe ...

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Forestry Commission on high fire alert

By Samantha Ndebele THE Forestry Commission of Zimbabwe says it is on high fire alert as it makes efforts to protect its forests from vield fires this fire season. In an interview, the Commission’s forestry and wildlife ecologist Mthelisi Msebele said they have forests covering ...

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Teens during a vuzu house party

Teens warned against crime

By Lungile Ngwenya TEENAGERS have been urged to desist from engaging in criminal activities that would jeopardise their future in the long run, as they will not benefit from these activities. Speaking during a criminal awareness challenge campaign at a local high school recently, Western ...

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Minister of State for Provincial Affairs Eunice Sandi Moyo

Need for more schools for Bulawayo

By Giyani Moyo MINISTER of State for Bulawayo Provincial Affairs Eunice Sandi Moyo has called on business, key stakeholders and the donor community to pool resources to assist in building schools for the city. The city is in dire need of education infrastructure amid the ...

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Zimbabweans-desperate religious fanatics: Biti

PEOPLE’S Democratic Party (PDP) president Tendai Biti says Zimbabweans have become desperate religious fanatics who run to prophets looking for solutions to their problems caused by the government’s “useless” economic policies. Speaking during the launch of the party’s policy documents at the Large City Hall ...

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Operation Murambatswina still haunting victims

By Senzeni Ncube THE 2005 Operation Murambatswina still remains a sad chapter in the history of Zimbabwe with some of its victims still suffering it’s effects a decade after the agonising experience. Touted as a clean up exercise by government, the campaign saw thousands of ...

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