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“Hip Hop is genre for the future”

By Arnold Dube BULAWAYO based upcoming hip hop artist says hip hop is the future music genre and audiences should look out for it claiming the number one spot in the next five years. In an interview, Khensani Mabunda whose stage name is Kentweez said ...

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President Robert Mugabe

Of thinking citizens and sinking government

By Ronald Moyo We are a thinking generation fighting against the sinking regime. Whilst we are thinking; thinking and thinking how they think we dont think, they have been sinking ; sinking and sinking. They think we don’t think, but I think we think better ...

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Pic taken online.

Growing calls for coalition, as ZAPU congress kicks off

ZAPU’s 8th Congress kicked off today in Bulawayo with growing calls from people for the opposition to form one ‘strong’ united front. Hundreds of party members drawn from the country’s 10 provinces converged at the Amphitheater for the proceedings. Also in attendance were other oppositional ...

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The new ZAPU National Executive Council.

Police question ZAPU youth for Devolution Way road sign

POLICE today summoned a ZAPU youth leader for questioning in connection with the Devolution Way signs that were plastered over Robert Mugabe way early this week. The road change name occurred this past Tuesday, when the whole part of Robert Mugabe Way in Bulawayo was changed to ...

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Devolution plastered all over Robert Mugabe Way

Lulu Brenda Harris and Makhosi Sibanda RESIDENTS today woke up to see that Robert Mugabe Way street in Bulawayo had been plastered with Devolution Way signs, a brazen act that took most people by surprise. Almost the whole part of Robert Mugabe Way was changed ...

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FILE PICTURE: Pupils in a classroom

Sigola women worried about education funding

By Franklin Sibindi WOMEN from Sigola, on the outskirts of Bulawayo have raised concerns over lack of commitment from some guardians in paying fees for their children saying this has negative outcomes on pupils’ performance in class. Speaking to Radio Dialogue, women said besides the ...

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Gwanda and Harare residents welcome prepaid water meters

DESPITE the forceful resistance that has met the introduction of the prepaid water meters system in most cities in the country, there has been progress in installing these as residents in some towns have welcomed the development with both hands. Synlak (Private) Limited, a company ...

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Pharmacy: Pic taken online

Local pharmaceutical sector produces only 8%

ZIMBABWE’S pharmaceutical sector is producing only eight percent of the country’s drugs, an indicator local pharmaceutical companies are facing challenges in providing essential medicines. In light of this, UNIDO a specialised agency of the United Nations is seeking to boost the sector by availing technical ...

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Njube councillor investigates rot in food distribution

By Franklin Sibindi BULAWAYO’s Njube councillor Lillian Mlilo has launched an investigation into reported irregularities in the distribution of food to beneficiaries under the government social welfare programme. Government launched the food distribution programme to urban areas recently following reports of food shortages that have ...

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Protestors catch eye during Zim-New Zealand Test match

ABOUT five hundred Zimbabweans Saturday took advantage of the Test match between Zimbabwe and New Zealand at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo to stage a peaceful anti-government protest. The protestors stood up at the start of the 36th over and started singing the national anthem ...

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