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    CCTV footage nails shutdown looters

    Two men from Bulawayo who looted goods worth more than $11000 at a Nketa 9 supermarket during the January protests…

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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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    Tourism sector lost USD$120K during protests

    Tourism companies operating in Bulawayo lost business worth about USD$120 000 during the shutdown protests last month. The protests left a…

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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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    ‘Rogue soldier’, trio denied bail

    Four men who allegedly set ablaze three trucks at Ashys service station in Bulawayo’s Nkulumane 12 suburb during the Shutdown…

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    Activists speak out against women abuse

    Gender activists Wednesday launched an online campaign to speak out in speaking out against alleged violent crimes of rape and…

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    Maimane:130K Zimbos skip to SA after army crackdown

    A South African opposition leader has claimed over 130 000 Zimbabweans fled the country to South Africa as the army launched…

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    We are also victims, police cry foul

    The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has raised concern at the violent nature of protests which often lead to loss of…

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    NPRC: Report cases of abuse to police

    The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) has urged victims of the ongoing army crackdown in Bulawayo and surrounding areas…

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