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Tsholotsho flood victims recount heavy losses

By Franklin Sibindi FLOOD victims in Tsholotsho, Sipepa area are recounting massive losses from the violent storms that destroyed houses, crops and livestock. The victims, who are temporary settled at Sipepa Primary School are concerned that they will end up losing more of their cattle. ...

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‘Too much’ rains worry farmers

By Franklin Sibindi SUBSISTENCE farmers around the country are concerned that too much rainfall could damage their crops following the violent Cyclone Dineo storms that hit Southern African countries including Zimbabwe over the past few days. The farmers said after a couple of dry years ...

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ZHRC vows to stamp out food distribution irregularities

By Franklin Sibindi  THE Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) has vowed to solve the politicisation of food aid and deal with unscrupulous individuals who take advantage of the programme. This follows reports of irregular distribution of food done by some corrupt social welfare officials and politicians ...

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We want stake in wildlife conservancies -Tsholotsho villagers

By Arnold Dube TSHOLOTSHO villagers have expressed the desire to benefit directly from proceedings raised in all wildlife conservancies that are in the area. Villagers said they only benefit from elephant proceeds but want to cash in on other species as well that are found ...

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Food for work kicks off in Tsholotsho North Constituency

Tsholotsho Citizen Journalist Social Welfare office has started distributing food under food for work programme in Tshololtsho North Constituency. As food was being distributed in wards 4 and 5 yesterday (10 October) villagers were ordered to pay $1 for transport per homestead.

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Lion attack survivor narrates ordeal

A Village head, Paulos Ndlovu from Mlevu line under Headman Mlevu of Chief Mathupula in Tsholotsho North who was attacked by a lion, two weeks ago, has been discharged from hospital and is recuperating from his home. The lion almost devoured Ndlovu’s legs but he ...

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Whirlwind destroys classroom… injures 9 pupils

By Walter Dlamini NINE pupils were seriously injured when a whirlwind tore off the roof of a classroom at Josiah Chinamano Primary School in Bulawayo’s Emakhandeni suburb. Parents who witnessed the incident told Radio Dialogue that the injured pupils sustained injuries from the impact of ...

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Whirlwinds rocks Tsholotsho, destroy property

By Senzeni Ncube ONE could be forgiven for thinking that Tsholotsho district is cursed amid reports that whirlwinds are wrecking havoc and some villagers have lost property to the natural disaster. A whirlwind is small mass of air rotating rapidly around more or less vertical ...

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Tsholotsho primary schools benefit from community initiatives

By Lungile Ngwenya VILLAGERS in Tsholotsho North have welcomed two initiatives from well-wishers that have seen the construction of two new classroom blocks each at Mpindo and Gwayi Primary Schools. The development is expected to go long way in improving learning standards at the two ...

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Family members (8) escape fire by whisker

By Senzeni Ncube  EIGHT family members Sunday escaped death after a hut they were sleeping in mysteriously caught fire in Tsholotsho. In an interview, the owner of the hut, Davy Ndlovu said he was still in shock as the hut caught fire from a spark ...

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