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  • ZIMRA urged to scrap duty on walking canes for the blind

    BY FRANKLIN SIBINDI Visually impaired people in Bulawayo have called on the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) to exempt assistive technology…

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  • Man nabbed for murder while serving robbery sentence

    A Bulawayo man who was about to complete his nine-month jail term is likely to extend his stay in prison…

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  • Mpilo to open specialised ante-natal clinic

    Mpilo Hospital in Bulawayo will become the first medical institution in sub-Saharan Africa to introduce a specialised ante-natal clinic to…

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  • Gender Commission calls for dress code policy at universities

    The Zimbabwe Gender Commission (ZGC) has appealed to tertiary institutions in the country to introduce a dress code policy to…

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  • Matabeleland reels from devastating drought

    A devastating drought has ravaged Matabeleland, with some people in both rural and urban areas no longer affording the usual…

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  • MDC pushes for Kambarami reinstatement

    Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) has called for the reinstatement of former ward 3 councillor Tinashe Kambarami as the city`s…

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  • Industrial development strategy for Bulawayo: Will it work?

    In a bid to revive Bulawayo’s ailing industries, the government has said it is crafting an industrial development strategy for…

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  • Mohadi chides Zapu on Unity Accord pullout

    Vice President, Kembo Mohadi has chided the opposition party, Zapu, for trivialising the 1987 Unity Accord saying the pact was…

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  • Byo Gallery in need of USD$40K to renovate iconic building

    The Bulawayo art gallery is looking for USD$40 000 to renovate its dilapidated building. The NGZ Director Butholezwe Kgosi Nyathi…

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  • Govt threatens to take over water reticulation systems

    Government has threatened to take over the water reticulation systems in major cities and towns, alleging that the local authorities…

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