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Studio 7 Headlines, Friday, March 25, 2016

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World Vision has called for more funding to address food shortages in Southern Africa, including Zimbabwe.

Villagers in Manicaland province’s Mutasa district say they are facing serious hunger in an area where food is allegedly being distributed along political lines. President Robert Mugabe has said no-one should be denied food along political lines.

Some experts say Zimbabwe’s constitution is inadequate in addressing President Robert Mugabe’s succession. They argue that with serious factionalism ravaging Zanu PF, the Speaker of Parliament can end up with several nominees for the presidential post if President Mugabe is incapacitated or dies in office.

Zimbabwe sungura music guru Alick Macheso has once again sent the nation talking proving that he is not a spent force after releasing a scorching album, Tsoka Dzerwendo, which is on course of breaking all records after selling over 100,000 copies on its first day of release.

The Zimbabwe Warriors clash with Swaziland today in the Africa Cup of nations qualifiers.

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