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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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ZanuPF Bulawayo youth unhappy with their chairperson

THE Bulawayo Provincial Zanu PF youth league have expressed a vote of no confidence on their current chairperson, Anna Mokgohloa who they say was imposed on them. Instead, the youth are calling for elections to elect a new chairperson. Mokgohloa was appointed acting chairperson for Bulawayo ...

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“Dont fill potholes,remove tar instead,” Lobengula residents

RESIDENTS in Lobengula have urged the Bulawayo City Council to consider removing the tar completely from the roads rather than just filling potholes, as that only damages them further. During a community meeting that coincided with World Radio Day, Radio Dialogue engaged with Lobengula residents who said the roads ...

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Man jailed for beating sister in law with log

A WOMAN basher was sentenced to 12 months in prison for severely assaulting his sister in law with a log all over her body accusing her of not penning cattle. Devi Phiri(42) was hauled before Esigodini Court for head butting and using a log to assault ...

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Makokoba man stabs five in robbery act

By Arnold Dube A YOUNG MAN from Makokoba Suburb in Bulawayo stabbed and severely injured five people with an Okapi knife while trying to rob them last Saturday evening. Menelisi Msipa (23), has since appeared in court facing two counts of armed attempted murder, two counts ...

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Matobo villagers finally bury skeleton

By Samantha Ndebele VILLAGERS in Gwandavale, Matobo have buried the human remains they stumbled upon a month ago after their chief, Killion Masuku granted them permission to do so. The skeleton was discovered on January 22, 2017 by one villager, Sikhululekile Nyandeni, who then alerted others about the ...

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‘BAZ broadcasting fees too high’

THE Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Media, Information and Broadcasting Services has expressed concern over the high broadcasting license fees charged by the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ) to aspirant broadcasters. After the call for commercial radio station licences was made, potential broadcasters had to pay ...

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Low key Valentine’s in Bulawayo

By Franklin Sibindi VALENTINE’S day festivities were low key for many lovebirds around the country who are saying with economic challenges that the country is facing, the day which people used to wait for with great anticipation, nowadays it passes without much recognition. Radio Dialogue ...

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Burst sewer pipes worry Lobengula residents

LOBENGULA residents are complaining about burst sewage pipes which they say the Bulawayo City Council (BCC) is reluctant to service. Residents said the BCC is not taking any action to fix burst sewer pipes and in an event where they do, they would have took ...

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