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    Five MRP members acquitted

    …magistrate says police narration without evidence is insufficient. A Bulawayo magistrate, Friday, acquitted five members of Mthwakazi Republic Party (MRP)…

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    Chiefs must be held in high esteem, not jailed: Xhosa Prince

    A Prince in the Xhosa dynasty and one of the elders in the Zimbabwean Xhosa community, Isolengwe Tshawe, has spoken…

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    Trial for MRP members set for tomorrow

    The trial for five Mthwakazi Republic Party (MRP) members who were last week arrested for public violence outside the Bulawayo…

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    MRP 5 granted bail

    Five members of the Mthwakazi Republic Party who were arrested for public violence at the High Court have been granted…

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    Chief Ndiweni lodges appeal

    Ntabazinduna Chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni’s lawyer has filed an appeal against his two year prison sentence. The lawyer, Dumisani Dube…

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    Outrage over Chief Ndiweni’s incarceration

    The incarceration of Ntabazinduna Chief Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni has sparked widespread outrage and condemnation, with some calling it a miscarriage of…

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    The role of a chief in modern day Zimbabwe

    “I hear many people talking and saying Chief Ndiweni this, Chief Ndiweni that, the state media (also screams) Chief Ndiweni…

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    Chief Ndiweni divides Mat Chiefs

    By Vumani Mthiyane Traditional Chiefs in Matabeleland South have expressed mixed feelings over Ntabazinduna Chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni`s recent utterances…

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    Chief Ndiweni:I am not aligned to any political party

    Firebrand Ntabazinduna Chief Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni has denied allegations that he is working with various opposition political parties saying that he…

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    Activists protest against Chief Ndiweni persecution

    Political activists in Bulawayo, Friday, held a solidarity march in support of the under-fire Ntabazinduna Chief Felix Ndiweni who is…

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