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Studio 7 Headlines, Monday, January 25, 2016

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Zimbabweans express mixed views on President Robert Mugabe return from a month-long vacation in the Far East with some saying it won’t have any impact on the sliding economy.

Villagers in Manicaland province sell dying cattle for as little as $10 a beast as the current dry spell claims lives of thousands of livestock.

Vendors start trickling back to the streets of Harare, six months after they were forcibly moved from illegal vending sites.

Zimbabwe joins other nations in campaigning against cervical cancer.

And Zimbabweans are still stunned by the Warriors’ loss to Mali in the African Championships as coach Kallisto Pasuwa apologizes for the poor performance of his team.

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