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Court holds inspection in loco in January protests trial

BY TANAKA MREWA A Bulawayo magistrates’ court has carried out an inspection in loco in a case involving activist Josphat…

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Council rehabilitates infrastructure destroyed during Shutdown protests

The City of Bulawayo has engaged a local contractor to repair road infrastructure that was damaged by protestors during January’s…

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Warrant arrest for suspected cop killers

A Bulawayo magistrate yesterday issued an application for a warrant of arrest against alleged cop killers, Charles Thomas and Bernard…

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Quartet`s freedom bid fails

Four men, including a soldier, who allegedly set ablaze three trucks at Ashys service station in Bulawayo’s Nkulumane 12 suburb…

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Council requires $1M to repair vandalised infrastructure

THE Bulawayo City Council (BCC) says it may require $1million to restore infrastructure and amenities, which include water pumping equipment…

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Mackerel fish lands woman in dock

A WOMAN from Magwegwe West suburb in Bulawayo has been set free after spending three weeks in custody on allegations…

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‘Rogue’ soldiers granted bail

The Bulawayo High court has granted four men who allegedly set ablaze three trucks at Ashys service station in Bulawayo’s…

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Amnesty condemns army crackdown

The human rights situation continues to deteriorate since President Emmerson Mnangagwa took office in November 2017, despite his previous assurance…

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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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Looted businesses need $19.5mill

BUSINESSES that were looted and damaged in Bulawayo during the shutdown protests need $19.5 million to recover, funds which government…

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