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Documentation of Gukurahundi victims remains a pipe dream

Sisasenkosi Nyathi* (39) is engulfed by anger and pain as she recounts the details of her father’s death, who was…

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ZESA cable theft: Who are the perpetrators?

It is not only the dark streets and safety of her husband when he returns from work in the evening…

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Desperate land seekers fall prey to land barons

By Lungile Ngwenya and Senzeni Ncube LAND barons have invaded Ntabazinduna in Matabeleland North, illegally selling residential stands to desperate…

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We were duped: Harare residents settled on wetlands fear eviction

Bright Mayengahama, 38 sits outside his home as he gazes into the cloudy sky, threatening a heavy downpour, in Monaville…

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Colleen Bawn tollgate notorious for corruption

By Dumisani Nyoni THE Colleen Bawn Tollgate, situated along the Bulawayo-Beitbridge highway, is notorious for theft and corruption involving the…

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‘Deka has really affected our livelihoods’: Hwange villagers count losses

THE sun beats mercilessly on the open fields of Shashachunda, Hwange, Matabeleland North as the cattle scampering for grazing pastures…

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Child abuse cases rife in mining communities as Covid-19 bites

By Nyasha Dube and Priscilla Makondo, Zvishavane Thousands of children in mining communities engage in illegal artisanal mining, a 2020…

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Power cuts, lack of resources cripple Nkayi District Hospital

By Judith Sibanda Incessant electricity cuts have crippled operations at Nkayi District Hospital in Matabeleland North with the institution now…

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Teachers cash in on CALA

Taking advantage of desperate and clueless public examination candidates mostly in rural areas, some teachers wrote the recently introduced Continuous Assessment…

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Gokwe town council officials in corruption storm

Gokwe town council officials are claiming travel and subsistence allowances for non-existent trips while middle and senior managers are milking…

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