Crossing the boundary fence
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Crossing the boundary fence

Garikai Mazara — The Plumtree-Mutare Highway was recently refurbished at a cost of staggering US$200…

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Cycling to O-Level success
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Cycling to O-Level success

Garikai Mazara — For a girl her age and her surroundings, Proud Ngwenya is a…

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Toughing out stigma in Mudhindo
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Toughing out stigma in Mudhindo

Garikai Mazara and Sharon Kavhu — To many in and around Mudhindo township, Guruve, they…

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After 9 years, Pius Ncube opens up
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After 9 years, Pius Ncube opens up

In July 2007 Bishop Pius Ncube’s world collapsed around him on the back of adultery…

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Kidney ailment – a reversible and manageable condition
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Kidney ailment – a reversible and manageable condition

In our continuing coverage of kidney ailments, which because of the small numbers of patients…

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The fans that cannot celebrate
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The fans that cannot celebrate

Garikai Mazara in Kariba ZPC Kariba…………………………. (1)1 Bulawayo City………………………(0)0 The above is a scoreline that…

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Bogus bogus borehole drillers
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Bogus bogus borehole drillers

I have known Garikai Mwaruta since the mid of the last decade, when I vigorously…

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My life of dialysis
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My life of dialysis

Garikai Mazara In 1984 Miguel Makombo was crowned Mr Zimbabwe Junior and he felt on…

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‘My world almost collapsed’
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‘My world almost collapsed’

Comesa: Lusaka’s popular vending spot
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Comesa: Lusaka’s popular vending spot

Mai Chipo has never heard about Statutory Instrument 64 of 2016 – and might not…

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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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