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Studio 7 Headlines, Tuesday June 21, 2016


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About two Zimbabwean buses and several haulage trucks were burnt in political violence that has flared up in South Africa.

Government has temporarily reversed the ban on the importation of several basic commodities following protests at the Beitbridge Border post but the Cross Border Traders Association wants a total scrapping of the Statutory Instrument that allowed the embargo.

Activists at the Africa Unity Square in Harare, now renamed Dzamara Square, say they have changed their modus operandi and will now be protesting for an hour everyday between 5pm and 6pm until President Mugabe resigns.

Doctors, nurses and teachers protest the salary delay announced by government.

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