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Man kills aunt (75) in witchcraft row

Walter Mswazie, Masvingo Correspondent A GUTU man is on the run after he allegedly fatally struck his 75-year-old aunt with an axe following a dispute over witchcraft allegations, police have confirm...

Robbers tie guard to tree, ransack school

Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Correspondent ROBBERS allegedly pounced at Mawabeni Secondary School in Matabeleland South and stole computers and stationery after attacking and tying a security guard to a...

BCC hunts for new directors

Vusumuzi Dube, Chronicle Reporter THE Bulawayo City Council has begun hunting for new directors of Health Services and Housing and Community Services.

2 Zimbabweans vie for top AU posts

Herald Bureau Two Zimbabweans are vying for elections to top African Union positions at the continental body’s 28th summit schedule for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia later this month.

Mobile operators’ hypocrisy exposed

Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Correspondent MOBILE phone operators have been exposed for their hypocrisy as new details reveal that they are the ones who proposed the hiking of tariffs.

2 mine workers die as ground caves in

Pamela Shumba, Senior Reporter TWO mine workers died after the ground they were sleeping on caved in resulting in them being buried underground at a mining claim in Bubi District, Matabeleland North.
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Mobile operators trigger backlash

Prosper Ndlovu/Bianca Mlilo, Business Reporters MOBILE network operators (MNOs) yesterday triggered a backlash when they announced a sharp increase in voice call and data service charges with immedia...
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NetOne approches Potraz over tariffs

Lloyd Gumbo, Harare Bureau GOVERNMENT-owned mobile operator, NetOne, has approached the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) seeking a downward review of its latest...
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War vets reaffirm support for President

Harare Bureau WAR veterans have reaffirmed their unconditional support for President Mugabe saying individual opinions by a few members of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association s...