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2017-07-26 U.S. Funding Helps Control HIV in Four Nations
[State Department] Today, the United States announced that through support from the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) four African countries are approaching control of their HIV epidemics.

2017-07-26 Pothole Plagued Harare Seeks to Build Climate-Resilient Roads
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Harare -Heavy traffic snakes through downtown Harare, Zimbabwe's capital, manoeuvring along the potholed roads as impatient motorists hoot at one other, while pedestrians try to cross the congested streets, weaving through slow-moving cars.

2017-07-26 High Court Judge Says Opposition Headquarters A Hub of Violence
[New Zimbabwe] Priscilla Chigumba on Tuesday reserved the ruling on the bail application by three MDC-T activists facing charges of murdering a police officer to Wednesday after describing the opposition party's headquarters as a hub of violence.

2017-07-26 Home Affairs Minister Chombo Fights 'Imminent' Arrest
[The Herald] Home Affairs Minister Ignatius Chombo says his arrest and civil imprisonment for defying court orders was now imminent and has instructed his lawyers to file an urgent application to stop the Sheriff from executing the judgment.

2017-07-26 Parliament Amends Constitution to Let President Handpick Top Judges
[VOA] Zimbabwe's parliament has amended the country's constitution to empower the president to handpick the southern African nation's top judges.

2017-07-26 Former Chief Justice Chidyausiku's Son Up for Indecent Assault
[The Herald] A Harare man, Tadzimirwa Bernard Chidyausiku, yesterday appeared in court accused of fondling a married woman's backside. Tadzimirwa (28) is the son of late national hero and former Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku. He pleaded not guilty to indecent assault charges when he appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Victoria Mashamba.

2017-07-26 VP Mphoko Claims Tsvangirai Once Tried to Kill Joshua Nkomo
[New Zimbabwe] MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has given Zanu PF and vice president Phelekezela Mphoko seven days to "retract" and "apologise" for what he called "unfounded" and "defamatory" allegations that he was involved in the Gukurahundi genocide, in what could be the first major court case on the 1980s killings.

2017-07-26 Grace Mugabe Suspects Demons As Sons Go Wild
[New Zimbabwe] First Lady has admitted that she and husband President Robert Mugabe have failed to discipline their two sons Robert (Junior) and Bellamine Chatunga who have become wild.

2017-07-26 Late Chidyausiku's Son in Pub Brawl
[New Zimbabwe] Late Chief Justice, Godfrey Chidyausiku's son was arrested after he allegedly fondled privates of a married Harare woman recently.

2017-07-26 Lawyer Society Says Govt Plagiarised Part of Their Draft Constitution
[New Zimbabwe] The Law Society of Zimbabwe said the new constitution is their product which was plagiarized by the Constitutional Parliamentary Committee (COPAC) without acknowledging.

2017-07-26 Cotton Farmers Appeal for Cash Payouts Rise
[The Herald] Cotton farmers have appealed to Government to increase cash payouts, arguing they were losing a significant part of their money from cotton sales when it is deposited into mobile accounts.

2017-07-26 Man On the Run After Killing Lover
[The Herald] Police in Mashonaland East Province have launched a manhunt for a Murehwa man who allegedly murdered his lover following a quarrel over an undisclosed matter.

2017-07-26 Former Minister Chigwedere Demands Paternity Test
[The Herald] Former Education Minister Dr Aeneas Chigwedere, accused of witchcraft by "his son" Mangwiza, has approached the High Court seeking to subject his accuser to a paternity test to establish his fatherhood.

2017-07-26 Church, School in Land Wrangle
[The Herald] Johane Masowe weChishanu-Bethlehem Church in Chitungwiza last Thursday stopped Cornerstone Junior School builders from constructing a swimming pool block on a disputed piece of land.

2017-07-26 11 Perish in Road Accident
[The Herald] A police officer was driving the Honda Crv which collided head-on with a Nissan Caravan at the 60-kilometre peg along Mvurwi-Centenary Road On Monday, killing 11 people and injuring 14 others, The Herald has learnt.

2017-07-26 First Ever Online Music Store Launched
[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwes first ever online music store, OyOsMusic, has recently launched in Harare at a ceremony held at Star FM studios.

2017-07-25 Pangolin Owner in Mozambique - Nyanhongo
[The Herald] Chipinge -A BID for freedom by Nyanga North legislator Hubert Nyanhongo, who was allegedly found in possession of a live pangolin, failed after a Chipinge magistrate put him on his defence yesterday.

2017-07-25 Acie Lumumba, State Discord Continues
[The Herald] Former Zanu-PF activist William Mutumanje, popularly known as Acie Lumumba, yesterday refused to reinstate his application at the Constitutional Court on charges of insulting President Mugabe.

2017-07-26 Women in Politics - Pawns On a Chess Board?
[Ilizwi263] Mantate Mlotshwa remembers the first time she learned the game of chess. Inspired by the game of mental warfare, she ponders the position of women in society.

2017-07-26 11 Burnt Beyond Recognition in Zimbabwe Crash
[East African] Eleven people were burnt beyond recognition after two vehicles collided and burst into flames in Harare.

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