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Studio 7 Headlines, Tuesday, January 5, 2016

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Indigenization Minister Patrick Zhuwao says there is no going back on Zimbabwe’s black economic empowerment program though the country has watered down its regulations, which forced foreign-owned companies to part with majority equity stakes.

Masvingo residents express dismay over moves by the local authority to buy new vehicles when the city council is failing to deliver required services.

Zimbabwe attempts to boost its dwindling revenues by increasing traffic fines.

Some Zimbabweans turn to sport betting in an attempt to make ends meet.

And is Zimbabwe benefiting from the sale of elephants in the Far East?

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Today on Livetalk on the The Connection we will be talking about social media and related digital technology in Zimbabwe and the diaspora. Do you think it’s helping in creating dialogue even among ordinary Zimbabweans?

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Studio 7 Headlines, Tuesday, January 5, 2016
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