JP, come back  to your senses
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JP, come back to your senses

JAH Prayzah is both a blessed and lucky man. But instead of counting his blessings,…

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The little things that make a difference
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The little things that make a difference

We all remember that November Saturday like yesterday. The air was full of optimism as…

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Did Tongai Moyo foresee his death?
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Did Tongai Moyo foresee his death?

THERE is something spiritual about music — especially all the great tracks, those that have…

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Rewinding the film
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Rewinding the film

It must be one of the saddest ironies in Bester Kanyama’s life, that after dedicating…

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Sleeping giant awakens
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Sleeping giant awakens

The temperatures around Mushumbi Pools, especially during this time of the year, can be unforgiving.…

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Tackling climate change in Mbire
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Tackling climate change in Mbire

A 20-cubic metre biogas digester, probably the first one of such a size to be…

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Mbire in massive road revamp
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Mbire in massive road revamp

The name Chitsungo might not ring an echo to someone down in Beitbridge, neither might…

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Majaya becomes the cog in development drive
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Majaya becomes the cog in development drive

Having been born and bred in Mbire, there could not have been a better candidate…

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Life changing projects for communities
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Life changing projects for communities

Lying in the Zambezi Escarpment, Mbire is notorious for high daytime temperatures, poor and erratic…

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‘Good times beckon  for Zimbabwe’
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‘Good times beckon for Zimbabwe’

Victor Matemadanda recently won the Gokwe Central seat on a Zanu-PF ticket. Last week in…

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The blood that won our freedom
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The blood that won our freedom

At about this time 42 years ago, bulldozers were burying hundreds who had been massacred…

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Meet Matangira, the MP
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Meet Matangira, the MP

Meeting Remigious Matangira for the first time does not seem like it is for the…

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Accept poll results, Bishop Mutendi
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Accept poll results, Bishop Mutendi

The leader of the Zimbabwe Christian Church, Bishop Nehemiah Mutendi has implored politicians to accept…

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As it was in the beginning . . .
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As it was in the beginning . . .

Zimbabwe decides
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Zimbabwe decides

Zimbabwe goes to the polls tomorrow morning, with polling stations opening at 7am and scheduled…

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