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Former Vice President Joice Mujuru, who is now the leader of the Zimbabwe People First, is planning to hold a star rally next week. This is expected to be her first major political appearance since the formation of her party. A good attendance of the rally will be a clear indication that she has the political stamina to fight for the presidential seat.

Two former ministers die in Zimbabwe.

Some civic society leaders have criticized parliament for not allowing adequate public consultations on the proposed Local Government Laws Amendment Bill, which they say does not address important national issues such as devolution of power to provinces.

Widows, orphans and elderly people express dismay over the way food aid is being distributed in some parts of Manicaland province ravaged by drought.

And The Sport and Recreation Commission has not yet registered the National Football Association of Zimbabwe or NFAZ, 10 days after it was formed. Fifa has also not yet given Zifa, which owes creditors about $6 million, the nod to form the National Football Association of Zimbabwe.

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Studio 7 Headlines, Tuesday, June 14, 2016
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