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Mayhem as thugs attack NewsDay and Zimbabwe Independent vendors, set newspapers on fire

Publisher Trevor Ncube accused Deputy Information Minister Energy Mutodi of incitement on Friday after a group of youths grabbed copies of NewsDay and the Zimbabwe Independent from vendors in Harare before burning them. This came after Alpha Media Holdings (AMH) hiked the cover price of its three newspapers, ignoring government calls for businesses to maintain [ ]

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