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Hunger Wave Hits Rushinga District

Bindura Bureau ChiefCommunity leaders in Mashonaland Central’s Rushinga district are urgently appealing for food handouts from government and well-wishers, Nhau/Indaba has established. So dire is the situation that some pupils in the district are reportedly unable to go to school due to hunger. Rushinga is a drought prone; semi-arid area …

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Indonesia Police Chief, Others Removed Over Soccer Disaster

An Indonesian police chief and nine elite officers were removed from their posts Monday and 18 others were being investigated for responsibility in the firing of tear gas inside a soccer stadium that set off a stampede, killing at least 125 people, officials said. Distraught family members were struggling to …

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‘Fear Not Thomas Mapfumo’

Government spokesperson Nick Mangwana says exiled Chimurenga music legend Thomas ‘Mukanya’ Mapfumo is free to return home to bury his late brother, Lancelot who died recently in the USA. This is after the US based protest music chanter said weekend he feared for his life if he returned home for …

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Professor Expresses Willingness To Work With More Zimbos

South Africa’s Jimaphi? hit-maker, Professor drew hundreds of fun lovers to the Phelandaba Stadium in Gwanda on Friday evening where he performed at a show that was held to promote local artistes. Chronicle Showbiz paid a visit to X Studios in Bulawayo on Friday afternoon where artistes assembled to converse …

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FC Platinum Juggernaut Continues

Walter Musona scored at the death to continue FC Platinum’s march towards their fourth league title in a row in a five-goal Castle Lager Premier Soccer League thriller played at Barbourfields Stadium yesterday. The platinum miners also handed Bosso coach Baltemar Brito a second defeat of the season and the …

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Parly’s Zifa Reinstatement Demand ‘A Tricky One’

Parliament’s bid for the reinstatement of the Zifa board, which will end Zimbabwe’s indefinite suspension from international football, is likely to hit a snag due to an audit report expected to expose rampant corruption by the sacked officials. The forensic audit into the affairs of Zifa is now complete –and …

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CZI Raises Alarm On Rising Crime

The country’s organised manufacturing sector lobby group, the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) has sounded the alarm bells over rising crime levels, warning that this may affect foreign direct investments. In its latest report titled Crime Trends in Zimbabwe, the CZI says crime has been on an upward trend, increasing …

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Mawarire Denounces Mnangagwa’s Record

Zimbabwean pastor and international human rights activist Evan Mawarire had a meeting with United States secretary of State Anthony J Blinken on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, where he informed the senior US official that rights violations in Harare had worsened under President Emmerson …

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