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  • Zimbabwe is selling baby elephants, but where does the money go?

    THE decision by the regulator of global wildlife to impose a near ban on sending African elephants to zoos abroad…

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  • Cultural, religious beliefs fuel homophobia in Zimbabwe

    Nicholas Moyo* describes his life growing up as hell after his family went to great lengths to force him ‘to…

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  • Wild parties stoke fears of upsurge in HIV cases among Bulawayo’s teens

    The raging phenomenon of wild parties organised by teenagers, where sex orgies and alcohol binges are commonplace, is stocking fears…

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  • Bribery allegations rock RG’s office as passport crisis deepens

    By Judith Sibanda Zimbabweans are allegedly paying as much as US$400 to obtain passports, as officials at the Registrar General’s…

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  • How burial society funds abuse, Khupe’s donation divided Makokoba

    After seeing poor Makokoba residents struggle to bury their relatives, Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) members in Bulawayo’s oldest suburb…

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  • White City explosion a year on: Victims cry foul

    A year after a mysterious explosion rocked Bulawayo’s White City Stadium during a rally addressed by President Emmerson Mnangagwa, some…

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  • Bulawayo businesses reel as govt dithers over reconstruction loans

    ALMOST six months after the government promised to help revive Bulawayo businesses that were vandalised during the January protests against…

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  • Vuzu parties fuel Bulawayo’s growing drug abuse crisis

    Life has not been the same for Lisa Ndebele and Sibongiseni Ndlovu* since they attended a party for teenagers in…

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  • Horror Gukurahundi stories emerge after Mnangagwa order

    BY LULU BRENDA HARRIS After three decades of struggling to give their slain father a decent burial, the Nkala family…

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  • Spike in suicides leaves Zimbabwe’s universities scrambling for answers

    Presiding over funerals is a routine part of Tomson Dube’s job, but a recent trend has left him worried. The…

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