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Political activist Mzaca granted bail

High Court Judge Justice Martin Makonese, Monday, granted political activist Josphat ‘Mzaca’ Ngulube ZWL$2000 bail pending appeal against his seven-year sentence…

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January Shutdown protests: A year later, victims demand compensation

Victims of the January Shutdown protests that occurred a year ago say the government has made no real efforts to…

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Byo activist convicted for torching Zanu PF vehicle

Bulawayo political activist Josphat ‘Mzaca’ Ngulube and three other assailants were on Thursday convicted of burning three cars and property…

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January protests: Activist to know fate Thursday

Bulawayo political activist Josphat ‘Mzaca’ Ngulube who is facing allegations of burning three cars, destroying a precast wall and breaking…

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Remove sanctions to honour Mugabe: Mnangagwa

….as he pays tribute to the former leader President Emmerson Mnangagwa, whose government is under economic sanctions imposed by the…

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Kambarami’s lawyers say he must stay put in office

Lawyers of the embattled Bulawayo Deputy Mayor, Tinashe Kambarami, wrote to the city council’s attorneys saying it cannot prohibit their…

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Soldier jailed for public violence

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

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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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