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    Spokesperson’s post divides POLAD

    The spokesperson post has divided the Political Actors Dialogue (POLAD), with unconfirmed reports indicating that ‘higher authorities’ prefer someone else…

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    ‘Zimbabwe edging closer to instability needs dialogue soon’

    The MDC has warned that Zimbabwe is edging closer to instability and chaos unless the state commits to dialogue. MDC…

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    Constitutional amendment, pure mischief: MDC

    The proposed constitutional amendments are “pure mischief” and have nothing to do with the general interests of Zimbabweans, as President…

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    MDC opposed to second GNU

    The opposition MDC is averse to the formation of the second government of national unity (GNU) to solve the country`s…

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    Role of church in Zim politics under the spotlight

    The role of the church in Zimbabwe`s politics has come under the spotlight in the face of a deepening political…

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    Zanu PF, MDC brinkmanship continues

    Dialogue between the country’s major political parties, ZANU-PF and MDC, aimed at resolving the country’s political and economic crisis remains…

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    White city bomb investigations turning into cold case

    Investigations into the White City Stadium bombing in Bulawayo is turning into a ‘cold case’ as there are no leads…

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    Mzaca sentencing postponed

    The sentencing of Josphat ‘Mzaca’ Ngulube, a Bulawayo political activist and three other assailants failed to take place, Monday, after…

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    ZANU-PF, MDC feud intensifies

    The feud between the country’s two main political parties, the ruling ZANU-PF and opposition MDC intensified on Wednesday with National…

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    Residents speak on anti-sanctions march

    Bulawayo residents have expressed their feelings and position on the nation-wide anti-sanctions march scheduled for tomorrow with most of them…

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