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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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  • Zimbabwe has only two weeks supply of medicines

    Zimbabwe is on the verge of a massive health crisis, as internal documents from the Health and Child Care ministry…

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  • Chamisa, Mwonzora in fierce war to control Bulawayo

    BY ZENZELE NDEBELE/TANAKA MREWA The fight for the control of the MDC Alliance between its leader Nelson Chamisa and secretary…

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  • Inside Bulawayo’s backyard abortion syndicates

    BY LUNGILE NGWENYA AND ABIGIRL KHUPE Tatenda Phiri (21)* recalls with vivid detail the excruciating pain she went through when…

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  • Courts under pressure as crackdown trials crumble

    BY ZENZELE NDEBELE Police in Bulawayo are allegedly accusing magistrates of being too lenient in cases against people arrested in…

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  • Tortured Zanu PF man exposes military hand in brutal attacks

    A staunch Zanu PF supporter in Bulawayo has described in graphic detail how he was brutalised by soldiers during a…

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  • Cornered govt dismisses police brutality expose

    The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has dismissed a report by a British television channel, Sky News, who broadcast video footage…

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