Chivhu

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    Afrochine secures US$1 bn for Chivhu steel plant

    Afrochine Smelting – a subsidiary of the world’s largest stainless steel producer Tsingshan Holdings – has secured the US$1 billion needed for the first phase of the project to establish a steel plant in Chivhu and is already setting up infrastructure at the site. President Mnangagwa is expected to commission the project, which will stretch over areas such as Chivhu,…

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    Chivhu police assault woman to death during ‘investigation’

    A CHIVHU woman died last month after succumbing to injuries sustained during a brutal assault by police detectives. Sharai Mukaro, a mother of two, is reported to have been arrested and assaulted by detectives who were investigating a case involving the theft of US$1 000 cash in the mining town recently. The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) says during…

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    Chief Kareya of Chivhu succumbs to Covid-19

    Chief Kareya of Chivhu, born Onias Munetsi has died. He was 66. Chief Kareya who had underlying conditions passed on at Chivhu District Hospital on Friday due to Covid-19 related complications. His brother Caston Gaza confirmed the death of the traditional leader. “Yes, we have just received sad news of his death. He was diabetic but a Covid-19 infection accelerated…

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