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Beerhall collapses on patrons

Beerhall collapses on patrons

ABOUT 16 patrons were lucky to escape death when an asbestos shed they were sitting under collapsed on them at the council owned-Chinotimba beer hall in Victoria Falls on Sunday morning.

Mugabe aide  hits back

Mugabe aide hits back

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s aide Ray Ndhlukula is resisting eviction from Centenary Farm in Figtree, Matabeleland South, arguing that the Zanu PF leader personally gave him the farm.

‘Mugabe union’ under fire

‘Mugabe union’ under fire

A VICTORIA FALLS housing cooperative using President Robert Mugabe’s name has come under fire from human rights activists for seeking to evict villagers in Kachechete on the outskirts of the resort town to pave way for urban dwellers.

Water nightmare ends

Water nightmare ends

BULAWAYO City Council yesterday said it had managed to restore water supplies to most of the suburbs and expects the situation to return to normal tomorrow following disruptions that began last week.

Bulawayo girl shines

Bulawayo girl shines

A FORM 6 student at Girls’ College in Bulawayo, Amina Mohamed Sidat (18), has been selected into the membership of the esteemed United States-based National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS).

Moyo’s Zapu remarks criticised

Moyo’s Zapu remarks criticised

MEDIA, Information and Broadcasting Services minister Jonathan Moyo has come under attack from ex-Zipra combatants for suggesting that the post of chairperson in the ruling Zanu PF is “free for all in the party”.’

Thieves raid Chief Justice’s office

Thieves raid Chief Justice’s office

DARING thieves allegedly broke into Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku’s Harare offices on Sunday and stole a desktop computer and a television set, in circumstances that have left the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) baffled.

3 survive  city crash

3 survive city crash

THREE people narrowly escaped death when a Honda Fit they were travelling in overturned along Nketa Drive yesterday morning.

Women’s symposium opens

Women’s symposium opens

THE African Women’s Initiative in Developing Economies (Awide) is set to hold its inaugural two-day symposium in Bulawayo starting today.

Shoplifters  hide perfumes in private parts

Shoplifters hide perfumes in private parts

TWO Lupane women and their male accomplice from Gweru were taken to court in Zvishavane for shoplifting after being caught by a local wholesale manager hiding perfumes in their private parts.

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