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Studio 7 Headlines, Friday, October 09, 2015

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Former finance minister and People's Democratic Party president, Tendai Biti, says Zimbabwe's political and economic situation has reached a tipping point and the country could slide into chaos anytime. He says only a transitional authority can save Zimbabwe from worse situations like a coup.

Zanu lawmaker Paddy Zhanda says he did not allow people to settle on his Caledonia Farm as some colleagues in his party invade his farm to parcel out residential stands to home seekers.

Some new farmers in the Mazowe district of Mashonaland Central province say the shortage of working capital is hampering agricultural production. The farmers say low agro-output has a ripple effect on the growth of the country’s economy.

And we give you an update of the 10-year old Zimbabwean girl who disappeared in Hillbrow, South Africa, recently.

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