The legacy continues
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The legacy continues

When President Emmerson Mnangagwa said the “past is dead’ there were mixed reactions, naturally. 45,156 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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At last, honours for Cde Tongo
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At last, honours for Cde Tongo

After many years of bloodshed, as the ink was drying on the Lancaster House Agreement,…

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A well-oiled military machine
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A well-oiled military machine

The colonial reference to the Second Chimurenga as “the bush war” lulls some people into…

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A massacre few talk about
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A massacre few talk about

Nyangahu is not spoken of with the same frequency as Chimoio, Freedom Camp, Mkushi or…

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From Gweru to Restore Legacy
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From Gweru to Restore Legacy

Minister should stop circus in schools
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Minister should stop circus in schools

Garikai Mazara The education sector is at sixes-and-sevens. Many are doing as they please —…

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100 days of President Mnangagwa
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100 days of President Mnangagwa

I have found this fixation on whether President Mnangagwa’s 100 days in office have been…

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Going to ZITF? Prepare for a blast
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Going to ZITF? Prepare for a blast

ON my previous visit to Bulawayo, dead was the most apt word to describe the…

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NationAL RAILWAYS OF ZIM revival: The full story
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NationAL RAILWAYS OF ZIM revival: The full story

There are a lot of misconceptions floating around about the equipment the National Railways of…

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The colliery is on fire!
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The colliery is on fire!

Hwange is on fire. It has been burning for years, but very few notice. 23,281 total…

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Karanda Hospital: Oasis of hope and faith
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Karanda Hospital: Oasis of hope and faith

The rains have been erratic this year and driving in the savannah grasslands of Mt…

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Parents expect heads to roll
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Parents expect heads to roll

It was like some divine force influenced us last Sunday to write our lead story…

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More to agric than just planting
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More to agric than just planting

It has always been a long-held view, that this country’s economy thrives on agriculture and…

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