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Former freedom fighter, Douglas Mahiya, has been granted $300 bail in a high profile case in which he is facing charges of undermining the authority of President Robert Mugabe after the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans’ Association wrote a damning communique condemning the president for allegedly running down Zimbabwe.

At the same time, police arrested his colleague, Victor Matemadanda, who was called for questioning in Gokwe last week after the war veterans decided to dump the president.

Mandela Washington fellows converge in Washington DC to wrap up their six-month program. Almost 60 Zimbabweans are part of the program designed for young African leaders.

Some women in Masvingo province have expressed dismay over the Ministry of Health’s move to withhold birth records of newly-born kids in an attempt to force mothers to pay maternity fees of up to $85.

And we will give you a sports update as the Mighty Warriors prepare for a big march against Germany in the Olympic Games.

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This evening on Livetalk our hosts Blessing Zulu and Gibbs Dube will be talking with our listeners about the continuing conflict between war veterans and President Robert Mugabe.

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Studio 7 Headlines, Monday, August 1, 2016
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