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    Zim Communist Party to hold inaugural congress

    The Zimbabwe Community Party (ZCP), formed two years, is set to hold its maiden congress this month in Bulawayo to…

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    Doctors to Govt: Give us what we want, Simple!

    The cash-strapped government is struggling to bring back to work junior doctors whose industrial action has entered the third month with…

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    Role of church in Zim politics under the spotlight

    The role of the church in Zimbabwe`s politics has come under the spotlight in the face of a deepening political…

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    New solar project to boost Byo industrial energy

    Bulawayo industry is set to receive energy boost, following the licencing this week of a new 50 megawatts solar project,…

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    Prospects of a good rainy season hang in the balance

    Prospects of a good rainy season as earlier predicted by the Meteorological Services Department (MSD) now hang in the balance…

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    Zim food security situation to worsen by year-end: UN

    Zimbabwe’s already dire food security situation is set to further worsen by year end, with more than half of the…

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    Byo residents flood shops for Black Friday shopping

    Scores of Bulawayo residents on Friday flooded clothing retail outlets in the city centre such as Edgars and Jet for…

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    Church offers free medical services to residents

    Harvest House International Church (HHI), in collaboration with Ultra Med Health Medical Aid, will on Saturday offer free medical services…

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    Schools insurance comes under spotlight

    The insurance of schools against natural disasters has come under the spotlight, with the government at the forefront of pushing…

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    Suspension of grain import duty to stabilise prices?

    Industry players have said the suspension of import duty on grain will stabilise prices while ensuring basic foodstuffs are accessible to…

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