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  • Bulawayo too dirty: Town Clerk

    By Albert Nxumalo Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has approved a proposal to hold a “parallel” monthly clean up exercise to complement the…

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  • Is Coronavirus killing more men than women?

    VERDICT: TRUE , but it is too early to say but, smoking, drinking, and general poor health, researchers say are…

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  • US channels $150K in PEPFAR funding to combat COVID-19

    The United States Embassy in Harare, through the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) has channelled US$150 000…

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  • Is it true that ZANU-PF is distributing food parcels throughout the country?

    VERDICT: FALSE the Government of Zimbabwe NOT ZANU-PF are distributing food parcels in rural areas around the country The picture…

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  • Residents fret over city`s preparedness to combat COVID-19

    Bulawayo residents have expressed their discontent over the government’s handling of the coronavirus (COVID-19) treatment facilities in the city. The…

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  • Police were justified to destroy vendors` wares: Mavima

    Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare, Paul Mavima says police were justified to burn vendors’ vegetables last week…

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  • ‘NUST, Mpilo Hospital have capacity to set up COVID-19 testing facility’

    The National University of Science and Technology (NUST) Applied Genetic Testing Centre is set to work with Mpilo Central Hospital…

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  • Byo residents fume over weeklong power outage

    Residents in Bulawayo’s New Magwegwe suburb have gone for five days without electricity, a situation they described as catastrophic as…

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  • Doctors sue govt over protective clothing

    Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights (ZADHR) has taken the government to court for its failure to provide adequate…

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  • Byo’s homeless left exposed amid Coronavirus fears

    By Luyanduhlobo Makwati Homeless people in Bulawayo are in the dark about the coronavirus disease outbreak despite being among the most vulnerable groups because of…

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