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Unpaid civil servants reject salary payments of $100 each following the government’s failure to pay June salaries due to lack of funds in state coffers.

Civic society groups are planning to stage a 16-day vigil, starting tomorrow, outside the offices of Masvingo provincial minister Shuvai Mahofa to demand the resignation of President Robert Mugabe, accused of allegedly running down the country.

Harare residents celebrate as the High Court orders the reinstatement of suspended mayor Bernard Manyenyeni. The mayor has now been reportedly picked up by the Anti-Corruption Commission. We will give you more details on this.

As Zimbabwe marks 17 years since the death of the late vice president Joshua Nkomo, some people say if his selflessness and love for the country were emulated by the current crop of national leaders, ordinary Zimbabweans would not be having the problems they are grappling with at the moment.

In the Diaspora Forum, this evening we will be talking with Majory Chikoore, who lives in Texas and is helping immigrants to resettle in USA.

And the National Football Association of Zimbabwe has been forced to call for a meeting to have a re-look at the dissolution of Zifa following the government’s decision that it still recognizes Zifa.

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This evening on Livetalk our hosts Gibbs Dube and Jonga Kandemiiri will be talking with listeners and experts about the import ban on a number of products like furniture, baked beans, potato crisps, cereals, bottled water, mayonnaise, salad cream, peanut butter, jams, maheu, canned fruits and vegetables, pizza base, yoghurts, flavoured milks, dairy juice blends, ice-creams, cultured milk and cheese. What’s your take on this?

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Headlines, Wednesday 29 June, 2016
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