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    Meet Maria Dube, Zim`s crocodile tamer

    In 2010, a 21-year-old young woman from Bulawayo thought her life had taken a turn for the worst when she…

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    Hundreds of ID seekers turned away

    Hundreds of national identity document (ID) seekers were Friday morning turned away at the Registrar General’s Offices in Bulawayo as…

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    Ex Zimplow workers stage demo, demand outstanding five-year wages

    Former Zimplow Holdings employees Friday staged a demonstration at the company premises in Bulawayo demanding their dues after they were…

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    New solar project to boost Byo industrial energy

    Bulawayo industry is set to receive energy boost, following the licencing this week of a new 50 megawatts solar project,…

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    Raw sewage overwhelms Mabuthweni, Iminyela residents

    Ward 13 residents in Mabuthweni and Iminyela townships of Bulawayo have bemoaned the poor state of communal toilets with four families…

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    Byo residents flood shops for Black Friday shopping

    Scores of Bulawayo residents on Friday flooded clothing retail outlets in the city centre such as Edgars and Jet for…

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    Church offers free medical services to residents

    Harvest House International Church (HHI), in collaboration with Ultra Med Health Medical Aid, will on Saturday offer free medical services…

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    Enact enabling acts to implement devolution: UCAZ

    Town Clerks forum secretary and Bindura Town Clerk, Shangwa Masevera, has bemoaned the absence of enabling legislature and policies, citing…

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    12k urban households face starvation

    The government has stepped in to provide food relief to thousands of urban households in Bulawayo and Harare, as millions…

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    Copper cable thieves jailed

    Two men from Bulawayo’s Sizinda suburb have been convicted after they were caught red-handed burning stolen copper cables worth US$32.…

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