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. 23,352 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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One-on-one with Dr Thistle
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One-on-one with Dr Thistle

Canadian-born, educated and trained Dr Paul Thistle made his name at Howard Hospital, which he…

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The story of Dr ‘Karanda’
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The story of Dr ‘Karanda’

I received my medical degree and Fellowship in Obstetrics and Gynaecology from the University of…

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One year on, justice still elusive
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One year on, justice still elusive

Over-the-counter, more like your Panadol. 29,063 total views, no views today

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Chewore: Where dinosaurs once walked
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Chewore: Where dinosaurs once walked

To the outdoors enthusiast, the Zambezi Escarpment is the ultimate destination: home to the Big…

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‘They are an ungrateful lot’
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‘They are an ungrateful lot’

Very few remember Simba Gukutu. When he died, it was quite fortuitous that I came…

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Meet the Thomson  of all trades
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Meet the Thomson of all trades

Thomson Kumbirai Tsodzo is a well-read man, in every sense of the word. As much…

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The untold ED-TK link
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The untold ED-TK link

“Emmerson Mnangagwa is not President to me. He is a friend. I don’t need an…

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Massive road upgrades in Mbire
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Massive road upgrades in Mbire

Mbire, just like the other districts that run parallel to the country’s borders, has faced…

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Bwazi villagers build dam
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Bwazi villagers build dam

For Gogo Murwira the construction of Bwazi Dam is like she is building something that…

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Chilonga people: One angry lot
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Chilonga people: One angry lot

The Chilonga people are an angry lot. They feel the gods have turned their backs…

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Mbire, Chiredzi communities fight climate change
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Mbire, Chiredzi communities fight climate change

Mbire and Chiredzi are two districts that lie at extreme ends of the country, the…

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