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Studio 7 Headlines, Wednesday, November 4, 2015


Journalists from The Sunday Mail, who were arrested for publishing an article alleging a senior police officer was involved in poaching activities that have seen more than 60 elephants being killed by cyanide poisoning in the Hwange National Park, appear in court today.

Another state media journalist is arrested for allegedly asking for a bribe from wealthy businessman Sam Levy.

Indigenization Minister Patrick Zhuwao launches the $10 million youth fund in Harare.

Britain is in the process of crafting a tougher immigration law that is likely to affect thousands of Zimbabweans living and working illegally in the United Kingdom.

Food shortages worsen in the southern areas of Matabeleland, Masvingo, Midlands and Manicaland provinces with the majority of poor households predominantly in crisis as the lean season continues.

Soccer legend Paul Gundani, secretary general of the Footballers Union of Zimbabwe, dies.

And Michael Kariati says the Zimbabwean football family is unanimous in saying businessman Phillip Chiyanga should not take over the reigns at the Zimbabwe Football Association.


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