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3rd August 2020
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No forex, no fuel

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The ChronicleChronicle Reporters FUEL is readily available for motorists buying in foreign currency, but not for those using local currency who have to queue for...

JUST IN: Suburbs surrounding Barbourfields Stadium exempted from water shedding

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The ChronicleNqobile Tshili, Chronicle Reporter The Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has resolved to exempt suburbs surrounding Barbourfields Stadium, the venue of this year’s national Independence...

Man steals $140 000 property from father

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The ChronicleBrenda Zinyuke, Court Reporter  A BULAWAYO man allegedly stole property worth more than $140 000 from his father. Perseverance Moyo (35) of Entumbane suburb allegedly stole...

UPDATED: ‘Vision 2030 dovetails SDGs’ . . . President opens 6th African Regional Forum...

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The ChronicleFarirai Machivenyika and Leonard Ncube in Victoria Falls ZIMBABWE’S Vision 2030 addresses the aspirations contained in the Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2063 aimed...

JUST IN: Teen connives with friend to steal property worth $10 000 from mother

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The ChronicleBrenda Zinyuke, Court Reporter A BULAWAYO teenager and his two friends will live to rue the day they allegedly connived and stole property worth...

Covid-19 threatens Hwange expansion

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The ChronicleOliver Kazunga in Hwange PROGRESS on the construction of the US$1,4 billion Hwange Power Station expansion project is being threatened by the outbreak of...

LATEST: Second Bots-Zim BNC closes on higher note

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The ChronicleProsper Ndlovu in MAUN, BOTSWANA The 2nd Botswana-Zimbabwe Bi-National Commission (BNC) has come to an end here in Maun, Botswana with the two countries...

Avoid SA travel: Government

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The ChronicleNqobile Tshili, Chronicle Reporter GOVERNMENT has urged people to avoid unnecessary travel to South Africa until the neighbouring country is safe from coronavirus (Covid-19)...

Electricity supplies improve countrywide

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The ChroniclePride Mahlangu, Business Reporter THE country’s electricity supply has improved in the past few weeks with consumers confirming the reduction in the power outages. While...

CID boss seeks discharge over abuse of office charges

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The ChronicleMidlands Bureau Chief THE officer-in-charge of CID Gweru, Detective Inspector Leonard Gwandu, facing criminal abuse of office charges for allegedly releasing a vehicle stolen...
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