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Bulawayo water woes persist

Chronicle Reporter
CASES of suspected diarrhoea have been reported in some parts of Entumbane suburb as some Bulawayo suburbs entered the fifth day without running water.

Charakupa laid to rest

Herald Reporter
HERALD deputy chief photographer Onward Chara-kupa who died from injuries sustained in a car accident was buried at his rural home in Chihota communal lands yesterday.
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Charakupa to be buried today

Herald Reporter
Herald deputy chief photographer Onward Charakupa who died on Saturday morning at a city nursing home will be buried at his rural home in Chihota today.
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No election dates yet, says PM

Herald Reporters
SPECIFIC dates for the holding of the next Presidential and general elections have not been set as the constitution making process has to be concluded first, MDC-T leader Mr Mor...
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Embassy steps up moves to issue passports

THE Zimbabwean Embassy in South Africa has, through its consulate in Johannesburg, redoubled its efforts to issue passports to all bona fide Zimbabweans resident in South Africa, Ambassador Simon Kha...
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Release fertiliser, firms urged

Government has ordered fertiliser companies to start moving the commodity to farming areas countrywide for easy access by farmers as it negotiates with Treasury for a US$11 million facility to pay fo...
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Schools appeal for farming land

Schools in Zaka District are appealing to the Govern-ment for land on adjacent farms under the ongoing land reform programme to enable them to contribute to food security in the drought-prone distric...

US$2 000 virginity lawsuit thrown out

A Harare woman, who was claiming US$2 000 as compensation from a man who allegedly deflowered her daughter and impregnated her, has lost the case. Magistrate Ms Shelly Zvenyika on Monday dismissed Ag...