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The Chronicle Mbulelo Mpofu, Online Correspondent CHIEF among the headaches that up-and-coming artistes face is money for booking studio sessions. Cognisant of that, The Cradle Audio Labs recording label has introduced a subscription service for Bulawayo artistes to record at an affordable structured price system. The establishment’s producer and sound engineer, DJ MduSevan (real name…

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The Chronicle Innocent Kurira, Sports Reporter BULAWAYO Volleyball Association (BVA) chairperson Willam Mazviro is excited by the investment they have put in beach volleyball after the province’s victory in the National Beach Volleyball Series Leg 1 played in Birchenough Bridge at the weekend. The Bulawayo team of Handsome Moyo and Kudzaishe Mazviro won the series…

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The Chronicle Nqobile Tshili, Chronicle Reporter PRESIDENT Mnangagwa has said there is a need for global nations to move from rhetoric to action on climate change issues, as extreme weather conditions were threatening livelihoods and lives, with Zimbabwe among the worst affected nations. The President said if the world does not act now on climate…

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The Chronicle Mashudu Netsianda, Senior Reporter FORMER Manama High School students have set up a fundraising committee to complement Government efforts in raising funds for repairs at Manama Mission Hospital where infrastructure and buildings were extensively damaged by a violent storm. Roofs of several wards that include the maternity ward were blown off following heavy…

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The Chronicle Leonard Ncube in Victoria FallsTHE 2022 pre-budget seminar ended in Victoria Falls yesterday with line ministries proposing a combined budget expenditure of over $3 trillion against Treasury’s maximum envelope of $900 billion. Wrapping up the pre-budget seminar yesterday, Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube said he will present the national budget…

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The Chronicle Business Reporter THE Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) is seeking technical advisory consulting services for the development of the proposed US$4,5 billion Batoka Gorge Hydro-Electric Scheme by Zimbabwe and Zambia. ZRA is a corporate body jointly and equally owned by the Governments of Zimbabwe and Zambia and is mandated with the management of the…

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The Chronicle Mashudu Netsianda, Senior Reporter BULAWAYO residents from all walks of life yesterday took part in the Sadc Anti-Sanctions Solidarity Day march in the city as part of the campaign against the illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the United States, UK and their allies. Residents comprising churches, youths and Zanu-PF leaders in the…

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The Chronicle Bongani Ndlovu, Online Reporter A Magwegwe West man that was attacked by three men during an argument over beer at the beginning of October has died. Thulisiwe Ndlovu (38) succumbed to injuries sustained during the attck and was buried at his rural home in Filabusi on Saturday. Ndlovu was attacked by Thulani Ndlovu…

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The Chronicle Bongani Ndlovu, Online Reporter ZANU-PF Youth League in Bulawayo will embark on a youth outreach programme for wards in the province to familiarise them on business opportunities. This was revealed during a Youth Outreach Workshop on Sunday at Cde Sipho Mazibuko’s Lavinia Gardens in Matsheumhlophe on Sunday. The workshop was organised by the…

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The Chronicle Sukulwenkosi Dube- Matutu, Online Reporter TWO Mangwe mine workers died after they fell into a 50-metre-deep shaft. Matabeleland South provincial police spokesperson, Inspector Loveness Mangena confirmed the incident which occurred at Thuthukani Mine in Mpoengs on October 22 at around 10AM. She said Cleopas Moyo (28) and Prosper Ncube (27) were descending into…

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