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'Weapons' ban in Bulawayo-Citizens react

Mlondolozi Ndlovu

Bulawayo citizens have expressed mixed feelings over the recent decision by the Zimbabwe police to ban residents in the city’s western suburbs from carrying weapons for the next 3 months until November 23. 596 more words

Rights of vendors and informal traders must be promoted

By Michael Mdladla Ndiweni and Cherish Mbulawa-Intern

Bulawayo Vendors and Traders Association (BVTA)  has noted that the rights of vendors and informal traders are frequently violated by municipal police in city of Bulawayo and hence their rights must protected and promoted. 427 more words

Zim Parliament too dirty - Thabitha Khumalo

By Portia Sigauke

Controversial Bulawayo East legislator and MDC-T National Deputy spokesperson Thabitha Khumalo yesterday stormed out of Parliament citing that the environment was too dirty posing a serious threat to her health. 304 more words

Moon Of Liberty Cricket - 2nd Test Zim v NZ

Cricket

2nd Test Match – Zimbabwe v New Zealand in Bulawayo

New Zealand secured a 2-0 whitewash in Zimbabwe with a comfortable win in Bulawayo. Three centuries from tom Latham (136) Ross Taylot (124 Not Out) and Kane Williamson (113) saw New Zealand post a huge 582 that put them in total command. 140 more words

Sport

ZIMBABWE WOMEN IN POT-BEATING PROTEST AGAINST MUGABE

Hundreds of women in Zimbabwe on Saturday demonstrated against President Robert Mugabe’s government by beating pots, symbolizing a nation facing starvation and economic hardships.

The march organised by the main opposition party Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), dubbed the #BeatThePot campaign, took place in Zimbabwe’s second largest city of Bulawayo. 311 more words

Model A Ford...

This is a lovely photogenic, family car!

Owned by the Sherfield family its often used for outings to the Matopos.

It goes well too! I had to hang out of the passenger seat to get these pics, and it was a little hair raising! 48 more words

Photography

Quarters4kidz

A while ago, I watched a film called “Zimbabwe’s Forgotten Children”.  What go to me the most was the fact that just 25 cents could make such a profound difference in a child’s life. 237 more words

Compassion