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18 year old mum chokes baby, burns house to hide evidence

AN 18 year old Epworth mother strangled her 3 year old daughter to death with a neck chain before she torched her house to conceal the crime, a Harare court heard on Thursday. Talent Kuvimba purportedly committed the offence on March 10 this year at her house in Chinamano, Epworth. She appeared before magistrate Tilda Mazhande facing murder charges. Kuvimba was not asked to plead. Kuvimba was ordered to apply for bail at the High Court before her case was remanded to April 4. According to prosecutors, it was around…

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MDC-T youth ratchet Parly, council seats pressure

MDC-T youths are ratcheting up pressure to dominate parliamentary and local government seats ahead of this year’s elections amid revelations that they are determined to fight under-representation and complement their youthful presidential candidate, Nelson Chamisa. Last year the party conceded to the youth’s demand to have at least 20% of the seats reserved for them in each province and pursuant to that, they have since furnished the MDC-T leaders with their desired seats and constituencies. Youth assembly leader Happymore Chidziva confirmed to NewsDay yesterday that they were focusing on getting…

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PHOTOS: Youth pledge to shun political violence as hundreds register to vote in Epworth

Youth in Epworth have vowed to uphold peace and shun violence ahead of the 2018 elections. Heal Zimbabwe Trust reported that this came out during a peace concert conducted in Epworth by Heal Zimbabwe in collaboration with the Election Resource Centre (ERC) and the Zimbabwe Human Rights Association (Zimrights) on 20 January 2018. The main act for the peace concert was renowned Dancehall artist, Winky D. “The objective of the peace concert was to popularize the HZT national peace campaign: 13 Million Voices for Peace and afford citizens an opportunity…

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