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11 die at Magaya’s Kwekwe crusade

11 die at Magaya’s Kwekwe crusade

ELEVEN people are feared dead in Kwekwe, while many others sustained serious injuries reportedly after a stampede at Prophet Walter…

Mujuru refuses to back down

Mujuru refuses to back down

VICE-PRESIDENT Joice Mujuru refuses to back down in the face of stinging rebukes and a clear charge to make sure she resigns from her post before next month’s congress, where some think she may spring an unlikely surprise.

Mine disaster kills one

Mine disaster kills one

ONE person died while three others were injured when an underground shaft at Turk Mine near Inyathi collapsed, trapping the four during the early hours of yesterday morning.

Zimbabweans free to go back home: SA

Zimbabweans free to go back home: SA

ZIMBABWEANS who have applied for the new special dispensation permit (SDP) can go home and return to South Africa over the festive season, Home Affairs minister Malusi Gigaba announced.

I’m like Mugabe: Sikhanyiso Ndlovu

I’m like Mugabe: Sikhanyiso Ndlovu

ZANU PF politburo member Sikhanyiso Ndlovu yesterday dismissed threats to expel him as misguided, saying he, like President Robert Mugabe, cannot just be pushed out by juniors.

Pupils forced to chant Zanu PF slogans

Pupils forced to chant Zanu PF slogans

A SIKWITI Primary School teacher in Gokwe, Nembudziya, only identified as Chinyama, has come under fire from parents for allegedly forcing pupils to chant Zanu PF slogans during lessons.

MDC-T challenges court ruling on Banda

MDC-T challenges court ruling on Banda

THE MDC-T is challenging a High Court ruling overturning the election of Bulawayo Deputy mayor Gift Banda as the party’s provincial chairperson, describing the ruling as questionable.

Vagrant in court for attempted murder

Vagrant in court for attempted murder

A BULAWAYO vagrant has been accused of poisoning a city woman after he gave her a poisonous substance on the pretext that it was sugar.

Southern African group scales up malaria fight

Southern African group scales up malaria fight

THE Southern Africa Region Network (SARN) has scaled up efforts to combat malaria in the Sadc region after the Global Fund availed $24 million for anti-malaria programmes.

Companies snub mayor’s Christmas cheer fund

Companies snub mayor’s Christmas cheer fund

THE business community in Gweru snubbed this year’s mayor’s Christmas cheer fund launch, with only a handful attending, as the economic situation continues to affect the few operating industries in the city.

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