Kidney transplants  come to Zim
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Kidney transplants come to Zim

Forward Nyanyiwa As Zimbabweans join the rest of the world in commemorating World Kidney Day…

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Dzikwa comes to orphans’ rescue
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Dzikwa comes to orphans’ rescue

Veronica Gwaze DZIKWA Cultural Centre in Dzivarasekwa, Harare has thrown a lifeline for 400 orphans…

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‘African education is too superficial’
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‘African education is too superficial’

Field Ruwe “It’s amazing how you all sit there and watch yourselves die,” the man…

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Vic Falls enjoys tourist boom
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Vic Falls enjoys tourist boom

There was an 18,5 percent increase in hotel occupancy in Victoria Falls in 2017 compared…

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Tsholotsho 2016/17 flood disaster
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Tsholotsho 2016/17 flood disaster

On an annual basis trends have shown that more than 8 percent of Zimbabwe is…

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Scientists  see brighter  days ahead
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Scientists see brighter days ahead

Dexter Tagwireyi Zimbabwe’s new Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology Development, Professor Amon Murwira,…

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‘Poverty, disability go hand-in-hand’
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‘Poverty, disability go hand-in-hand’

Dr Christine Peta In collaboration with Faith N Tori, I feature this week, an article…

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The meaning of true success
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The meaning of true success

Professor Arthur GO Mutambara There is one aspiration we all share, one ambition that drives…

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Migration: A disabled woman’s story
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Migration: A disabled woman’s story

Dr Christine Peta This article will focus on the story of Kasa, which contains themes…

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Harare celebrate Bahá’u’lláh’s Birthday
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Harare celebrate Bahá’u’lláh’s Birthday

Flora Teckie Bahais of Harare join millions of people worldwide, who will be celebrating the…

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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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