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Studio 7 Headlines, Thursday, May 19, 2016

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Seven women and girls trafficked to the Middle East, where they were allegedly abused by some employers in Kuwait, are expected to arrive home today.

A family based in USA donates money to a disabled Zimbabwean woman living with HIV, who is struggling to make ends meet.

Zimbabweans express dismay over attempts by the central bank to introduce bond notes, saying that won’t fix the ailing economy.

And the MDC-T’s plans to stage protests over the current economic crisis are in jeopardy as Zanu PF prepares to hold a so-called million-man march to show solidarity for 92 year-old President Robert Mugabe.

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This evening on Livetalk our hosts of the Women’s Round Table Marvellous Mhlanga Nyahuye and Praxedes Jeremiah will be talking with listeners and experts about the current hunger crisis in rural areas. How are women tackling the crisis? Participate by sending your messages on our WhatsApp number 001 202 465 0318. You can also post comments on this Facebook wall or send us your number so we can call you back.