Revival of cotton sector hinges on David Whitehead Textiles
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Revival of cotton sector hinges on David Whitehead Textiles

Dexter Nduna, MP The demise of Zimbabwe’s once leading textile outfit, David Whitehead Textiles, remains…

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Education of disabled children
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Education of disabled children

Dr Christine Peta Children with disabilities confront difficulties in accessing education due to a mythical…

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Metal birds in extraordinary farm invasions in Africa!
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Metal birds in extraordinary farm invasions in Africa!

Oga Chapwanya An extraordinary spread of small metal birds from America, Europe, Australia, and Asia…

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Drug-resistant HIV takes centre stage
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Drug-resistant HIV takes centre stage

Forward Nyanyiwa Of late, Government has been making great strides in meeting the WHO 90-90-90…

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Fine line between aid, abuse
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Fine line between aid, abuse

Dr Christine Peta Some people with disability experience horrendous incidences of abuse by personal assistance…

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Wheeling and dealing the legal way
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Wheeling and dealing the legal way

Tichawana Nyahuma Once upon a time you sold your vehicle through a dealer and you…

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Smoking is a social poison
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Smoking is a social poison

Umari Stambuli Man was instructed by The Almighty not to do or say things that…

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NBSZ: Life is in the blood given
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NBSZ: Life is in the blood given

Following the end of the World Blood Donor Day Campaign which concluded with a Scientific…

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Mental health of deaf persons
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Mental health of deaf persons

Dr Christine Peta The focus of this article is on the link between deafness and…

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What is epilepsy?
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What is epilepsy?

Dr Christine Peta According to the World Health Organisation, epilepsy is a group of chronic…

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NRZ wagons turned into ‘brothels’
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NRZ wagons turned into ‘brothels’

Emmanuel Kafe The rusty, broken down coaches, disused rail wagons and the unkempt grass at…

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Life in Zim: A hassle, but fun
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Life in Zim: A hassle, but fun

RutendoNdlovu, L6 Arts Sizane High School, Bulawayo Birds chirp outside my window. It’s 6 o’clock…

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Why Nyasha Junior School?
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Why Nyasha Junior School?

Nyasha JuniorSchool (NJS) is a State of the Art Christian school situated in the district…

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Myths surrounding albinism
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Myths surrounding albinism

Dr Christine Peta Disability Issues — I write this article in response to a number…

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Zim’s traditional leafy veggie treasure
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Zim’s traditional leafy veggie treasure

Praxedis Dube, Rico Ihle and Wim Heijman — Traditional leafy vegetables are native to a…

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