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  1. [New Zimbabwe] Marondera -Clinics and bars here have run out of free condoms distributed by the National Aids Council (NAC) amid reports that vendors were taking them in bulk to produce home-made floor polish.
  2. [New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) Commander Lieutenant-General Edzai Absolom Chanyuka Chimonyo has defended former state President and Zimbabwe Defence Forces Commander-in-Chief Robert Mugabe's ouster in a military coup November last year.
  3. [New Zimbabwe] THE graves of former President Robert Mugabe's late wife Sally and his sister Sabina, which used to be the centre of attraction during annual National Heroes' Day commemorations presided over by the now ousted leader, were this year abandoned after no single relative appeared to have turned up to visit them.
  4. [New Zimbabwe] A REGIONAL anti-graft body has expressed fears President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa may abuse his declared influence on the judiciary to obtain a favourable ruling in a case in which his MDC Alliance opponent Nelson Chamisa is challenging the former's victory.
  5. [New Zimbabwe] FORMER Minister of State for Matabeleland North Sithokozile Mathuthu, who died Monday aged 50, has been declared a National Heroine.
  6. [Zimbabwe Standard] Expired goods, including food items, are being sold openly on the streets of Harare, a situation experts say poses a serious health hazard to citizens.
  7. [Zimbabwe Standard] MDC Alliance candidate Nelson Chamisa claims that at least 700 000 votes cast in the July 30 presidential elections cannot be accounted for and believes the anomaly is an indication the polls were manipulated to ensure President Emmerson Mnangagwa's victory.
  8. [Zimbabwe Standard] Former Finance minister Tendai Biti's Zambian lawyers will challenge the neighbouring country's decision to deny him political asylum after he was deported last week in defiance of a High Court order.
  9. [New Zimbabwe] Former Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramayi, who came within weeks of being declared successor by then President Robert Mugabe, on Monday castigated MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa for challenging his defeat to Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zanu PF in the just ended elections.
  10. [New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe's president-elect, Emmerson Mnangagwa has maintained his new government will not reverse the country's land reform process which saw the Zanu PF led administration seize tracts of white owned arable land for redistribution to black locals in the past 18 years.