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Studio 7 Headlines, Thursday, January 14, 2016


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Zimbabwe is set to resume open heart surgery, 13 years after the country stopped doing so due to lack of proper equipment.

Zimbabwean farmers have rejected proposed increases in power charges saying this is expected to cripple their agricultural activities.

A senior academic and politician says the possible collapse of the Zanu PF government due to intra-party fighting as well as an unrelenting economic crisis could plunge the country into a civil war.

And annual fears on President Robert Mugabe’s health grip Zimbabwe with presidential spokesman George Charamba dismissing originators of the story as bogus. Most Zimbabweans are demanding answers about where the president is holidaying and how much he is spending in an unnamed Asian nation.

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