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Robin Muchetu, Senior Reporter THE ruling Zanu-PF party in Bulawayo has finalised the number of delegates from the province who will attend the National People’s Conference in Esigodini next month. ...

Sunday News Reporter FORMER war veterans national secretary for projects Cde Andrew “Volunteer” Ndlovu is now a published author having penned three books on the liberation struggle and political-economy of Africa in relation to the rest of the world. ...

Tendai Bhebe, Sunday News Reporter THE Mambo Dynasty Trust is appealing to Nguni chiefs in Matabeleland region to work with them and share areas of jurisdiction with King Mambo’s former chiefs in a bid to restore their identity as Lozi people. ...

Judith Phiri, Sunday News Reporter A BULAWAYO man is appealing for financial assistance to the tune of US$2 500 to undergo an osteosarcoma cancer treatment at a clinical oncologist surgery in the city. ...

Ingutsheni Central Hospital in Bulawayo Robin Muchetu, Senior Reporter INGUTSHENI Central Hospital has embarked on several income generating projects at their institution in a bid to increase revenue for their sustenance since they do not charge hospital fees due to the nature of their clientele. ...

Judith Phiri, Sunday News Reporter THE Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) will embark on temporary eight hour power supply cut tomorrow, for the purpose of carrying out critical maintenance works.  ...

SOUTH African Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba has resigned from his post following mounting pressure for President Cyril Ramaphosa to give him the boot. ...

Peter Matika, Senior Reporter THE National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) has appointed a Provincial Commission in Matabeleland South, which will be tasked with meeting  people from across the province concerning issues to do with delivering justice, healing and reconciliation. ...

Michael Magoronga, Midlands Correspondent THE body of a Silobela woman, who committed suicide after becoming fed up with her husband’s alleged infidelity a month ago, has reached advanced stages of decomposition after her family walked out of the funeral wake demanding that the husband pays 11 cattle. ...

Patrick Chitumba, Midlands Bureau Chief PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has said Zimbabwe is not only Open for Business but for dialogue too, as it forges ahead with engaging locals and foreigners in its quest to attain a middle class economy by 2030. ...