Does Njelele hold the keys?
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Does Njelele hold the keys?

The return of old skul
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The return of old skul

The ever-changing entertainment landscape of Harare is never short of intrigue and fascination. 8,007 total views,…

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Invasive plant  takes over Chipinge
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Invasive plant takes over Chipinge

The Mlambo family runs a dairy project in the Paidamoyo area, roughly some 40 kilometres…

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War knows no boundaries
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War knows no boundaries

War knows no boundaries, no colour and no sex. Neither does it respect any religion…

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Don’t write Cheso off yet
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Don’t write Cheso off yet

It was meant to be just another observation on Facebook, one of those random posts…

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She has two legs, one for the road!
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She has two legs, one for the road!

Whenever victims of landmines, most of them amputees, meet at Mt Selinda Hospital, 76-year-old Gogo…

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When a landmine could not kill their love
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When a landmine could not kill their love

In any other setting, the story of Hilda and Zackaria would be a love story…

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Some solace in ‘paradigm shift’
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Some solace in ‘paradigm shift’

“Mai Vee,” shouted the workmate. “May I see you before you leave office.” 953 total views,…

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Let us uplift DZ: Chimhini
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Let us uplift DZ: Chimhini

To many, Dzivaresekwa is just the suburb next door. DZ, they call it. 21,941 total views,…

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Hwange’s can of worms opens
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Hwange’s can of worms opens

The mid-week suspension of Hwange Colliery Company’s managing director, Mr Thomas Makore, is likely to…

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Sawanga to change resort
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Sawanga to change resort

There is a tourism boom in the resort town of Victoria Falls, which has sparked…

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Two weeks on the campaign trail
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Two weeks on the campaign trail

“Did you win?” That was the question that greeted me on Wednesday as I arrived…

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The legacy continues
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The legacy continues

When President Emmerson Mnangagwa said the “past is dead’ there were mixed reactions, naturally. 42,261 total…

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The beauty of Matopo Hills
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The beauty of Matopo Hills

On 26 March 1902, Cecil John Rhodes breathed his last. The body was taken by…

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Living in the shadow of Chimoio
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Living in the shadow of Chimoio

We find Fernando Kandiyado (76) basking in the sun, his favourite local brew by his…

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