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Diarrhoea outbreak hits Tshabalala suburb

Bulawayo has been hit by another diarrhoea outbreak after 157 cases were reported in Tshabalala suburb. In a bid to…

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Plan International to set up safe spaces for children in Byo

The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has granted Plan International permission to set up four child friendly safe spaces around the…

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Fighting HIV in the Midst of COVID-19: Consolidating Gains, Increasing Investments!

By Paul Sixpence Just as was the case in 2020, we commemorate this year’s World Aids Day (WAD) in the…

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Stakeholders push for formalisation of informal sector

Stakeholders in the Informal sector have welcomed the move to formalize the sector, a key contributor to the country’s Gross Domestic…

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Zimbabweans react to new Covid-19 restrictions

Zimbabwe’s latest Covid-19 have been met with condemnation, as citizens have questioned the logic behind asking travellers to quarantine for 14 days…

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Madzivanyati defies eviction order, returns to Esidakeni Farm

Bulawayo businessman and National University of Science and Technology (NUST) lecturer, Dumisani Madzivanyati who was evicted from Esidakeni Farm in…

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Omicron: Zimbabwe tightens Covid-19 response measures

Zimbabwe has with immediate effect tightened its Covid-19 response measures following the recent detection of a new variant – Omicron…

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Daring thieves plunge Byo suburb into darkness

Some residents in Bulawayo’s Tshabalala suburb have gone for a week without electricity following the theft of copper cables. The…

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Bulu High School headmaster accused of fraud

South African based parents with children at Bulu High School in Mangwe district have accused the headmaster Raymond Mguni of…

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Taxi driver fined $10k for slapping minor

By Judith Sibanda  A 52-year-old Victoria Falls taxi driver who assaulted a schoolchild for blocking him with his bicycle while…

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