I fought the war with my cooking stick
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I fought the war with my cooking stick

LAST week, Gogo Taripiwa Shawu narrated how in the early 1970s she was given the…

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Feeding, bathing Mbuya Nehanda
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Feeding, bathing Mbuya Nehanda

In May 2016, we published an interview where Cde Julian Maodza Murenga Mukomawashe claimed that…

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General Tongogara, the dancing Father
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General Tongogara, the dancing Father

LAST week, the King George VI Barracks, which house the Zimbabwe National Army and Air…

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How we walked into a trap in 1977
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How we walked into a trap in 1977

Comrade Chrispen Tapfuma Mataire (born February 24, 1945 in Chivhu), whose Chimurenga name was Cde…

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Formation of Patriotic Front
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Formation of Patriotic Front

DUE to circumstances beyond our control, over the last three publications we were not able…

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Zanu-PF: Reform or crash and burn!
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Zanu-PF: Reform or crash and burn!

OVER the past few months, Zanu-PF had reached a shocking level of paralysis. The revolutionary…

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How Zambia gunned down 14 Zanla comrades
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How Zambia gunned down 14 Zanla comrades

LAST week, Comrade David Todhlana (born Chrispen Tapfuma Mataire on February 24, 1945 in Chivhu)…

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‘We killed sellouts mercilessly’
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‘We killed sellouts mercilessly’

When we started the series of interviews with Cde David Todhlana (born Chrispen Tapfuma Mataire)…

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‘How I dumped Zapu for Zanu’
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‘How I dumped Zapu for Zanu’

Comrade Chrispen Tapfuma Mataire (born February 24, 1945 in Chivhu), whose Chimurenga name was Cde…

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When discrimination entered the struggle
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When discrimination entered the struggle

Comrade Chrispen Tapfuma Mataire (born February 24, 1945 in Chivhu), whose Chimurenga name was Cde…

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How Pres Mugabe survived assassination in Gutu
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How Pres Mugabe survived assassination in Gutu

For the past four editions, Comrade Kenny Constantine Mabuya, whose Chimurenga name was Cde Kenny…

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Turmoil after Cde Chitepo’s death
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Turmoil after Cde Chitepo’s death

Last week, Comrade Kenny Constantine Mabuya whose Chimurenga name was Cde Kenny Ridzai spoke about…

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Nhari-Badza rebellion was always coming
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Nhari-Badza rebellion was always coming

Comrade Kenny Constantine Mabuya, whose Chimurenga name was Cde Kenny Ridzai (born 1952), was deployed…

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The last man standing
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The last man standing

From Munyaradzi Huni in New York, USA There are people who are denying themselves the…

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President leaves for UN summit
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President leaves for UN summit

President Robert Mugabe and the First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe left Harare for New York…

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