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Govt accused of deliberate regional discrimination

Govt accused of deliberate regional discrimination

CIVIL society and human rights groups in Bulawayo have accused the government of deliberately marginalising Matabeleland, as evidenced by the paltry resources allocated to schools in the region under the State-funded Basic Education Assistance Module (Beam).

Accident victim sues bus company for over $180 000 damages

Accident victim sues bus company for over $180 000 damages

A PASSENGER, who was seriously injured while abode a Pathfinder Bus during an accident on December 7, 2013, has sued…

79 000 men circumcised in Bulawayo

79 000 men circumcised in Bulawayo

ABOUT 79 000 men in Bulawayo have been circumcised since the launch of the four-year Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) strategic and operational plan in 2015.

MDC optimistic opposition will unite to defeat Zanu PF in 2018

MDC optimistic opposition will unite to defeat Zanu PF in 2018

THE Welshman Ncube-led opposition MDC says it is still optimistic that the warring opposition leaders will soon find each other and form a grand coalition to dislodge the Zanu PF government in the 2018 elections.

Villagers lose school case

Villagers lose school case

Bulawayo High Court judge, Justice Lawrence Kamocha has ordered 11 Rouxdale farm villagers in Bubi district to stop interfering with the construction of a private boarding school by a local businessman.

Man jailed for striking neighbour with axe over maize

Man jailed for striking neighbour with axe over maize

A LOWER Gweru man, who struck his neighbour with an axe for labelling him a thief in a dispute over stolen maize, was yesterday sentenced to five years in prison after being convicted of attempted murder.

Soldiers kill villager over bicycle

Soldiers kill villager over bicycle

THREE soldiers based at the Bulawayo’s 1 Brigade allegedly killed a Fort Rixon villager following a dispute over a bicycle.

Former Redcliff official eyes Gweru town clerk post

Former Redcliff official eyes Gweru town clerk post

FORMER Redcliff municipality town clerk, Elizabeth Gwatipedza was reportedly chosen as Gweru town clerk soon after she emerged the top candidate for the post in interviews recently held in the Midlands capital, NewsDay has established.

Pressure group embarks on voter registration awareness

Pressure group embarks on voter registration awareness

A local pressure group, Bulawayo Youths Arise (Buya) has embarked on a voter registration awareness exercise, targeting the youth ahead of the 2018 elections.

1,5 million Zimbabweans diabetic — Parirenyatwa

1,5 million Zimbabweans diabetic — Parirenyatwa

About 1,5 million Zimbabweans are diabetic, with some of them unaware they have the condition, Health minister David Parirenyatwa has revealed.

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