Hottest election ever?
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Hottest election ever?

For the first time since 1980, Mr Robert Mugabe might not only be missing from…

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Open Letter to Prosecutor-General
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Open Letter to Prosecutor-General

Dear Acting Prosecutor-General My heartfelt congratulations on your recent appointment, Mr Kumbirai Hodzi, as the…

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Arda Antelope  finds magic formula
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Arda Antelope finds magic formula

Driving southerly some 120 kilometres out of Bulawayo, at the heart of Matobo district, having…

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Amputation that destroyed family’s dreams
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Amputation that destroyed family’s dreams

In July 26, 1993, around 8am, Benson Chiuzenze was walking to the fields with his…

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‘We want life-changing projects’: Victim
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‘We want life-changing projects’: Victim

The most striking characteristic of landmine victims is the power of their memory. 12,779 total views,…

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Foot was buried 40 years ago
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Foot was buried 40 years ago

Njenje Kadudza does not know his age, “for I didn’t go to school”; neither does…

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Landmine menace in Mukumbura
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Landmine menace in Mukumbura

It is the common line: “I was walking from the fields, then disaster struck”. 193 total…

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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. 11,494 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.” 1,123 total views,…

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