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Studio 7 Headlines, Tuesday, October 27, 2015

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President Robert Mugabe arrives in India for the India-Africa Summit where the Export Bank of India will sign an $87 million loan agreement with Zimbabwe to rehabilitate the Bulawayo Thermal Power Station.

On the politics series, today we will be talking with Tendai Biti, leader of the newly formed People’s Democratic Party, who says the economic crisis continues in Zimbabwe as Zanu PF succession conflicts ravage the party.

A Bulawayo man, Raymond Sibanda, who was fired from the civil service for allegedly engaging in homosexual activities has successfully appealed against his dismissal at the Labour Court. Some human rights defenders are welcoming the ruling.

And the curtain has finally come down on the month-long Zimbabwe International Carnival and what a day it was for music lovers and pick pockets. Michael Kariati will give us more details.

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