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Medical Aid Fraud On the Increase
[The Herald] Medical aid societies are incurring huge losses through fraud, a phenomenon blamed on the lack of specific laws designed to deal with healthcare fraud in the country.
New Local Film Tackles Child Exploitation
[The Herald] A new feature film titled "Forgiven" that unravels issues of child prostitution, bad influence and drug abuse is set to hit the screen before the end of the year.
Congress to Tackle Burning Issues - Mugabe
[The Herald] President Mugabe has admitted that there is a crisis in the country and concerns raised by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces and citizens relating to the state of the economy are genuine.
Zimbabwe, Odinga Return Among Top Google Searches
[Nairobi News] Zimbabwe coup was the most searched topic in Kenya last week, with Raila Odinga's return from a trip abroad coming in third in the list of top searches.
Mugabe Spokesman in Shock Revelation
[New Zimbabwe] President Robert Mugabe was unconcerned with the massive demonstration held this Saturday where Zimbabweans asked him to step down as he reportedly spent the day enjoying mealies and discussing history with an unnamed friend.
Lawyer Loses U.S.$13 000 in Botched Car Deal
[The Herald] A Masvingo lawyer was allegedly swindled of $13 000 early this year by a man who had promised to import a Range Rover vehicle for him from the United Kingdom.
Lungu Heads to Angola for Zimbabwe Crisis Meeting
[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu will head to Angola to join other Heads of State in the SADC region under the defence and security committee.
Will U.S. Boost Elephant Conservation?
[The Herald] The US has lifted a ban on elephant trophies from here and Zambia, three years after outlawing the practice that allowed American hunters to bring the trophies home.
Today We Have Won, Zimbabweans Cheer During Mass Rally
[News24Wire] For the first time in nearly 40 years, Zimbabweans from all around the country gathered en masse without fear of violence from the police or reprisal.
Inaugural Miss Albinism Aborted
[The Herald] The much-anticipated inaugural Miss Albinism pageant that was scheduled for Friday night at Reps Theatre was cancelled at the eleventh hour due venue-related problems and will now be held on February 16 next year at the same place, organisers have said.
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