In harmony with nature
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In harmony with nature

When Chitima Mutama completed his studies, and that was some good three decades ago, he…

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Sad plight of ‘Renamo’ refugees
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Sad plight of ‘Renamo’ refugees

Garikai Mazara The happenings of the chilly evening are still etched in Lydia Sithole’s memory…

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‘Criminalised for driving in Harare’
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‘Criminalised for driving in Harare’

Ray of hope for home seekers
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Ray of hope for home seekers

The recent launch of the National Building Society by the National Social Security Authority has…

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Imagining a new  future for energy
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Imagining a new future for energy

Garikai Mazara Derision, laughter, pity and empathy — these are all reactions that have been…

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Noise pollution rears ugly head in Harare
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Noise pollution rears ugly head in Harare

Whilst Harare City, with an ambitious pay-off line to become a world-class city by 2025,…

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Reclaiming Chiadzwa’s lost promise
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Reclaiming Chiadzwa’s lost promise

Text:   Garikai Mazara, Prince Mushawevato Photography: Believe Nyakudjara Chiadzwa diamond fields in the Marange…

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Exciting times for Mazowe High School
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Exciting times for Mazowe High School

In a move that had the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education running out of…

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Who will stop the Gokwe rot?
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Who will stop the Gokwe rot?

Garikai Mazara The charge sheet that has been drawn by Gokwe residents, against its town…

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Gokwe town council in messy fight
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Gokwe town council in messy fight

Garikai Mazara A storm is brewing in Gokwe where the residents are up in arms…

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In pursuit of clarity, the truth . . . and modesty
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In pursuit of clarity, the truth . . . and modesty

Disappointed. Disgusted. Wasted time. Wasted energy. Those are some of the emotions that came rushing…

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The silent march of Edzai Kasinauyo
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The silent march of Edzai Kasinauyo

Edzai Kasinauyo, today, just like the days when he was active on the soccer field,…

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As ICASA heads to Harare . . .
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As ICASA heads to Harare . . .

◆ HIV, Aids remain a mystery in rural areas ◆ Religious and cultural beliefs take…

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Waiting for a husband to return
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Waiting for a husband to return

It was mid-afternoon last Monday and 19-year-old MaNcube was home alone. We had just arrived…

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Sunday Debate: This is not about the beautiful game
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Sunday Debate: This is not about the beautiful game

It looked like a joke. The initial announcement coming in a daily paper at the…

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