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Rotarians pledge more support for developmental projects

By Samantha Ndebele THE Rotary Club of Knoxville in Tennesse, United States has pledged more support to their Bulawayo South counterparts, saying the people in Zimbabwe are generally hardworking and eager for developmental partnerships. The president of the Knoxville Club, Allen Parnell told Radio Dialogue ...

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More donations, tent shortages for Tsholotsho flood victims

TSHOLOTSHO District Administrator Gladys Zizhou gladly received foodstuffs from Bulawayo Legal Practitioners Association in which she expressed gratitude saying the donations will go a long way in alleviating the plight faced by the flood victims in Sipepa area. The lawyers donated foodstuffs worth $1 000 ...

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Health practitioners implored to scale up counselling services

By Memory Ncube AN official in the Ministry of Health and Child Care has urged health practitioners working with people living with HIV to find ways of teaching them names of their medication so that if such people are displaced they will be able to ...

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Fans mourn Joe Mafela

By Franklin Sibindi ZIMBABWEANS are mourning the death of the South African arts industry icon Joe Mafela saying he was one of the regional artists who made the 90s television worthwhile. The multi-talented personality who was well known in the acting and music world, died in ...

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BCC activates BWSSIP in 21 wards

By Arnold Dube AS part of the city council’s efforts to improve water supply, the local authority has activated Bulawayo’s Water and Sewerage Services Improvement Project (BWSSIP) in 21 of the city’s 29 wards. The project was launched in October 2016 and it is being ...

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BYO farmers call for return of cattle-sale at BAS

MATEBELELAND Council of Unions is pleading with the government for the re-opening of the cattle-sale facility in Bulawayo’s biggest annual exhibition show as a way of giving the farmers freedom to choose their own market for their cattle. The call comes after the ban of ...

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Villagers castigate local authority over malicious taxes

VILLAGERS under the Umguza Rural District Council are complaining about a regime of taxes that the local authority has introduced lately saying they are money generating schemes from the already suffering villagers. They said these taxes are reflective of the colonial era where inconsiderate taxes ...

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MATOBO district records a rise in cases of non-communicable diseases

MATOBO district is recording a gradual increase of non-communicable diseases since 2009 and the District Nursing Officer Remind Sibanda attributes the trend to a shift in diet. While there has not been an empirical study to ascertain reasons to explain the increase, Sibanda told Radio ...

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“Citizens have a huge role in bills amendment”

CENTRE for Public Engagement director, Dr Samukele Hadebe says citizens have a huge role to play during consultative amendment meetings to make sure that the consultations become a success. Hadebe said the citizens need to be equipped with necessary skills on how to respond and ...

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CitizenZW calls for a coalition of all opposition

A DEMOCRACY lobbyist citizen movement which has been dubbed as CitizenZW is calling for a viable coalition of all opposition political parties in the country that will bring change of government and presidency in Zimbabwe come 2018 elections. CitizensZW is a growing movement of citizens ...

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