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THE call to take heed to the plight of the girl child has finally been heard, as a newly established organisation — Cradles of Influence Leadership Institute (Cili) —recently launched an initiative aimed at ensuring that the girl child is inspired through education to change the world. ...

THE Government is setting up gender friendly units around the country to assist victims of gender-based violence, Women Affairs, Gender and Community Development Minister Cde Nyasha Chikwinya has said. ...

SHOP owners in Bulawayo are reportedly resorting to vending in a bid to challenge vendors in the city and sell more of their wares. ...

Tatenda Gapare DEPUTY Minister of Home Affairs Cde Obedingwa Mguni last week handed over 206 chicks and chicken feed to youths from Empandeni in Mangwe District in a bid to reduce the youth unemployment rate. ...

THE Zimbabwe Junior Certificate (ZJC) examinations that were written in Matabeleland North Province produced “very poor” results, a situation that will see the province introducing extra lessons. ...

BULAWAYO District Zimbabwe National Army commander Brigadier-General Exsebios Vusa Tshuma last Tuesday bade farewell to troops in the district after being moved to be the commander of Four Brigade in Masvingo. ...

THE headmaster of Maranatha Adventist High School in Nketa, Bulawayo, was reportedly bashed by a parent after he refused to enrol pupils with more than six units for Form One. ...

BULAWAYO City councillors are headed on a collision course with the Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing after they awarded themselves more monthly allowances which they said were meant for their medical aid ...

Levi Mukarati in Victoria Falls THE private media, which anticipated “blood-letting” and brickbats at Zanu-PF’s 15th Annual National People’s Conference, is eating humble pie as the revolutionary party completed its yearly indaba flawlessly yesterday. ...

Leonard Ncube ZANU-PF party supporters who attended the 15th People’s Conference that ended in Victoria Falls yesterday went home all smiles after the First Family showered them with Christmas goodies that comprised different kinds of groceries. ...