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  • Former VP Mphoko appears in court, granted bail

    Former Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko appeared in a Bulawayo court, Wednesday, facing a charge of criminal abuse of office and…

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  • NPRC calls on govt to speed up documentation process in Matabeleland

    The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) says there is need for the government to speed up on the issuing…

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  • Chief Ndiweni lodges appeal

    Ntabazinduna Chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni’s lawyer has filed an appeal against his two year prison sentence. The lawyer, Dumisani Dube…

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  • ‘Devolution will end corruption in councils’

    A socio-political analyst Tafadzwa Chikumbu says the delay in the implementation of devolution of power is perpetuating corruption in local…

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  • Police officers in court for stealing $2K gold

    Four police officers stationed in Fort Rixon have been arrested for allegedly stealing 160kilograms of gold ore with a value…

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  • Iminyela residents to get more toilets

    Mpopoma-Pelandaba Member of Parliament Charles Moyo says they will use part of the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) to construct toilets…

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  • Mnangagwa pleads for unity among warring chiefs

    President Emmerson Mnangagwa has pleaded with the faction-riddled chiefs council to resolve their issues and work together.Traditional leaders have been…

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  • Support for underfire Chief Ndiweni pours in

    Support continues to pour in for the outspoken Matabeleland chief, Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni, who has come under attack from the state…

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  • Ambigious genitalia cases rife in Matabeleland

    Mpilo Central Hospital clinical director Dr Solwayo Ngwenya has called on members of the public with ambiguous genitalia to register…

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  • Residents fret over stalled development project

    Ward 13 residents in Bulawayo have expressed concern at the delays in launching the brick moulding project that was meant…

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