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Church donates fully furnished classroom block

The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Day Saints in partnership with the Government yesterday commissioned a fully furnished classroom…

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Govt appoints substantive Chief Maduna

Dambisamahubo Mafu has been appointed substantive Chief Maduna of Insiza District in Matabeleland South. Chief Maduna replaces his father Chief…

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Elections to be held ‘sometime in July’, Mnangagwa hints

By ZimLive President Emmerson Mnangagwa Tuesday hinted Zimbabwe could hold its harmonised elections this July adding that he cherished seeing…

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Youths want voter registration age reduced to 16

Instead of waiting until they turn eighteen to be allowed to register as voters, some youths want the voter registration…

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St Joseph’s Mission celebrates 100 years of existence

Saint (St) Joseph’s Mission in Matobo, Matabeleland South will on March 19 hold centenary celebrations in which at least 3,…

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Zim citizens demand diaspora vote

Legislators have been implored to push for the inclusion of the Diaspora Vote in the Electoral Amendment Bill ahead of…

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Zim women bear brunt of state sponsored violence

Nobuhle Ndlovu of Lobengula West and Siphiwe Ndlovu of Saucerstown were among four people in Bulawayo who filed an assault…

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Tenants left stranded after being kicked out of flat

Tenants at Dorchester House in Bulawayo’s Central Business District have been left stranded after being evicted from their flats. The…

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Ex-ZPRA vets say Mnangagwa promise on seized properties ‘political gimmick’

Some former ZPRA cadres have dismissed as a political gimmick, the latest overtures by the government on their properties which…

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Zanu PF will rule for ever: Moyo

Minister of State for Matabeleland North Provincial Affairs and Devolution, Richard Moyo says no other government besides the one led…

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