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Doctors to pay for time lost in strike

Dr Gerald Gwinji Auxilia Katongomara, Chronicle Reporter JUNIOR doctors who resumed duty after a two-week strike are set to compensate for the lost time. Normalcy returned to public health institutions on Monday after junior doctors and nurses returned to work. In a memorandum addressed to all hospital chief executive officers, …

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Eveline High pupils help Tsholotsho flood victims

Matabeleland North Provincial Administrator Ms Latiso Dlamini receives part of the donation from Eveline Girls High Dreams Club members at the school yesterday. (Picture by Cynthia Dube) Cynthia Dube, Chronicle Reporter PUPILS from Eveline High School in Bulawayo yesterday donated clothes, food, blankets and stationery to Tsholotsho floods victims. The …

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Chivayo turns self in to police

Wicknell Chivayo Harare Bureau HARARE businessman Wicknell Chivayo accused of insulting Sunday Mail Features and Opinions Editor Garikai Mazara, yesterday handed himself to Harare Central Police Station on his return from London. Chivayo who was accompanied by his lawyers Advocate Thabani Mpofu and Advocate Sylvester Hashiti, denied the charges levelled …

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Beer money killer faces murder charge

Bongani Mhlanga Sukulwenkosi Dube-Matutu, Plumtree Correspondent A 34-YEAR-OLD man who allegedly fatally struck his cousin with a hoe for refusing to lend him P10 to buy beer has appeared in court facing murder charges. Bongani Mhlanga of Lower Gweru allegedly killed Bright Sibanda (24) while they were drinking beer at …

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Govt moves to eradicate child marriage

Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa Farirai Machivenyika, Harare Bureau THE Government is working on a Bill to align the country’s marriage laws as part of wider efforts to eradicate marriage of children below the age of 18. This was said by Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa who is also the overseer of …

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