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  1. Zimbabwe: Villagers Blast Mpofu Over Incomplete Nkayi RoadRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

    VILLAGERS in Matabeleland North have urged the government to complete the construction of the Bulawayo-Nkayi road which has become dangerous to travel especially during the rainy season. The strip road which links Bulawayo with major agricultural areas such as Gokwe, Bubi and Nkayi is littered with potholes.

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  2. Jail for Zimbabwe men who publicly stripped woman hoped to deter sex pestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | AlertNet

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  3. Jail for Zimbabwe men who publicly stripped woman hoped to deter sex pests - TRFNRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | AlertNet

    BULAWAYO, Zimbabwe, March 27 - T he jailing of two Zimbabwe men who accosted a woman in a mini-skirt in the capital Harare and stripped her naked was welcomed by women's rights activists on Friday who hoped the sentence would act as a deterrent to other sex offenders. Marvellous Kandemiri, 32, and Blessing Chinodakufa, 31, were given 12-month jail sentences by a Harare magistrate for the attack last December with four months suspended on condition of good behaviour.

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  4. This hunter wants an endangered rhinoa s head as a trophy. Looks like hea ll get it.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Washington Post

    A rhinoceros bull stands on a farm near Vaalwater in the Limpopo Province on Mar. 17, 2015. In 2014, a record number of 1,215 rhinoceros were poached in South Africa.

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  5. Child brides take Zimbabwe govt to court over marriage lawsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | AlertNet

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  6. Zimbabwe: Work to Trim Civil Service BeginsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | AllAfrica.com

    Government has tasked the Ministry of Finance to co-ordinate efforts to reduce the huge wage bill chewing over 80 percent of the National Budget with a head count of personnel and their duties having been recently initiated as part of efforts to trim the civil service. A senior Government official yesterday confirmed that the Civil Service Commission had initiated a head count of personnel and their duties.

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  7. Statue struggle rekindles bid to exhume RhodesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Mail & Guardian

    Cecil John Rhodes is buried just outside Bulawayo, but a Zanu-PF official - inspired by UCT protesters - wants his remains sent to the UK. A Zanu-PF official in Zimbabwe is pushing for the exhumation and repatriation to the United Kingdom of the remains of Cecil John Rhodes.

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  8. .com | Rhodes's grave in Zimbabwe under threat - reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | News24

    Cape Town Cecil John Rhodes's grave in Zimbabwe is reportedly under threat after ruling Zanu-PF activists in the country's second largest city Bulawayo vowed to force its removal from its place in Matopo Hills. Rhodes, 1853-1902, was a British colonialist, businessman, mining magnate, and politician in South Africa.

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  9. How an unreliable power supply in Zimbabwe is exacerbated by corruptionRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 22 | Iol.co.za

    JEFFIAS Moyo kick-starts a generator and waits for its reassuring hum to fill the air at a maize grinding mill in Zimbabwe's second-largest city. Operating three mills in one of Bulawayo's many working class townships, Moyo knows all too well the frustrations of trying to run a business without reliable electricity.

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  10. Zimbabwe: MDC Youths Ditch Ncube for ZapuRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 22 | AllAfrica.com

    THE professor Welshman Ncube led MDC has suffered yet another major morale sapping blow following the defection of eight members of the party's Bulawayo provincial youth executive to Zapu on Saturday. The provincial youth executive members who include organising secretary, Mandate Moyo, deputy secretary, Ndodana Moyo and Iphithule Maphosa were unveiled at a brief welcome ceremony held at the new Zapu offices in the city on Saturday afternoon.

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  11. Zimbabwe says elephant exports to raise money for conservationRead the original story

    Friday Mar 20 | Reuters

    Zimbabwe has said it will export dozens of elephants to raise money for conservation after hunting revenues fell when the U.S. banned the import of ivory from elephants hunted in the southern African nation. The move to export up to 60 elephants to countries that include China, France and United Arab Emirates has angered animal welfare groups, who say the plan is cruel.

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  12. .com | A word on Cecil John RhodesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | News24

    I note with incredulity the stance taken by a portion of the UCT student body, that the statue of Cecil John Rhodes must be removed. I don't have particular feelings towards the university or the statue in either direction, but I do find it incredibly sad that a piece of our Southern African cultural heritage should be destroyed, to satisfy the whims of a few ignorants.

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  13. Zimbabwe: U.S.$4.5 Million Government Stadium for Moyo's TsholotshoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | AllAfrica.com

    ZPC Kariba won the hearts of local soccer fans when they nearly won the premier soccer league in their debut season last year while playing home games, not in Kariba, but distant Harare. And as the new season begins, Saul Chaminuka's lads host Highlanders at Harare's Gwanzura Stadium because their home ground still does not meet premiership standards.

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  14. Zimbabwe: Small Businesses Improvise, Steal to Get PowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | AllAfrica.com

    Jeffias Moyo kickstarts a generator and waits for its reassuring hum to fill the air at a maize grinding mill in Zimbabwe's second largest city. Operating three mills in one of Bulawayo's many working class townships, Moyo knows all too well the frustrations of trying to run a business without reliable electricity.

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  15. Zimbabwe's small businessmen improvise, steal to get powerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | The Star Online

    Jeffias Moyo kickstarts a generator and waits for its reassuring hum to fill the air at a maize grinding mill in Zimbabwe's second largest city. Operating three mills in one of Bulawayo's many working class townships, Moyo knows all too well the frustrations of trying to run a business without reliable electricity.

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  16. News of the day from across the globe, March 20Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | SFGate

    Bomb threats: Japanese police said they arrested a man on Thursday accused of making bomb threats against the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo. Media reports said he is also a possible suspect in recent death threats against Ambassador Caroline Kennedy .

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  17. Zimbabwe officials shoot stray dogs to stop rabiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Greenwich Citizen

    Local officials in Zimbabwe say they have shot about 160 stray dogs over the past month with plans to shoot more, in a campaign to curb a spike in rabies. The operation in the streets of Zimbabwe's second largest city, Bulawayo, is expected to continue until the end of April, said Edwin Sibanda , the town's assistant health services director.

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  18. Zimbabwean officials shoot stray dogs to stop rabiesRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 19 | My Mother Lode

    Local officials in Zimbabwe's second largest city, Bulawayo, say they shot around 160 stray dogs in the last month in an effort to curb rabies. Assistant Health Services Director Edwin Sibanda told the Chronicle newspaper that officials hoped to shoot more strays.

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  19. .com | Stray dogs shot in ZimbabweRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | News24

    Officials in Bulawayo have shot 160 stray dogs in a campaign to curb the spread of rabies, it was reported on Wednesday. "We've shot a total of 160 dogs and we hope to shoot more stray dogs," Edwin Sibanda, a senior health official in the Bulawayo City Council, told the Chronicle newspaper.

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  20. Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF Eyes Vacant Parly Seats After ExpulsionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | AllAfrica.com

    PF gleefully greeted the expulsion of 17 former MDC-T MPs from Parliament yesterday and attention immediately turned to the high-prize, Tsholotsho North constituency, one of just a handful Zanu-PF failed to win in Matabeleland during the July 2013 elections. "Jonso bring back our constituency.

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