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Studio 7 Headlines, Friday, April 29, 2016

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Thirty-two Zimbabwean women and girls stranded in Kuwait are expected home within the next few hours.

Togolese president Faure Gnassingbe is today expected to officially open the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair being held in Bulawayo, Matabeleland region.

Most workers in Zimbabwe’s south-eastern city of Masvingo say they are facing deteriorating working conditions, getting low salaries and generally struggling to make ends meet due to a depressed local economy, which has resulted in low production in many companies.

And the debate on who are the kings of Harare football between the Green Machine of Caps United and the Glamour Boys of Dynamos will be settled Sunday in a premier soccer league in Harare.

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