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    Drugs stocks have improved: Mnangagwa

    The First Lady, Auxilia Mnangagwa says the country now has adequate stocks of medicines after a consignment arrived from India…

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    Mnangagwa consoles Dabengwa`s widow, reaches out to ‘forgotten’ Zapu stalwarts

    First Lady, Auxilia Mnangagwa, Monday, made a whirlwind tour of Bulawayo which included a visit to the Dabengwa residence where…

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    RBZ predicts gloomy economic outlook

    The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has ruled out any prospects of economic growth this year owing to a number…

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    Govt to unveil NRZ revival road map

    Government is set to unveil a policy plan to attract investors for the troubled National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) in…

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    Roman Catholic church celebrates 140 years of service in Matabeleland

    The Roman Catholic Church in Matabeleland will this June celebrate its 140 years of existence and preaching the Christian gospel…

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    Byo residents relive January protests horror

    Hundreds of Bulawayo residents, Wednesday, relived the violent January protests which rocked the city followed by an army crackdown, which…

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    Lives at risk as cost of drugs surges

    Chairperson of the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Health, Dr Ruth Labode, has urged the Ministry of Health and Child Care…

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    BCC decommissions Upper Ncema dam

    Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has decommissioned Upper Ncema Dam, a situation that is likely to further compound the city`s water…

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    Dabengwa Foundation boss skips the country

    The director of the Dumiso Dabengwa Foundation, Mthulisi Hanana has reportedly skipped the country to South Africa amid fears of…

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    Benefit concert for Dabengwa Foundation

    Bulawayo artists will, Sunday, hold a musical show in honour of the late national icon, Dumiso Dabengwa, with the proceeds…

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