Thank you Zimbabwe
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Thank you Zimbabwe

. . .For helping baby Manqoba Shamiso Yikoniko in New Delhi, India — My husband,…

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Landmark research on HIV&AIDS, cancer cure
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Landmark research on HIV&AIDS, cancer cure

Gilbert Munetsi — In what could best be described as a domestic medical revolution in…

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Govt urged to invest in STEM
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Govt urged to invest in STEM

 . . . as students shun science subjects Debra Matabvu — The growing number of…

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Arduous journey of self-discovery
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Arduous journey of self-discovery

‘Thanks to Command Agriculture scheme’ Garikai Mazara — When Robbie Chagumuka died in 2006 at…

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Tale of broken promises
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Tale of broken promises

Tendai Chara — Whilst some of the world’s capital cities are known for orderliness and…

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Getting to know more about cancer
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Getting to know more about cancer

Joanna Lee Masiku — Cancer ribbons are the international symbol for cancer awareness and as…

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The politics of human bodies
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The politics of human bodies

Dr Christine Peta Disability Issues — What does it mean to be viewed as someone…

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Mashonaland Central rules the roost
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Mashonaland Central rules the roost

Extra Reporter — The Zimbabwe Schools Examinations Council (Zimsec) has moved from ranking schools to…

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Flash floods due to poor drainage system
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Flash floods due to poor drainage system

Emmanuel Kafe — With the incessant rainfalls that are being experienced almost every day, some…

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Child labour  thrives in farms?
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Child labour thrives in farms?

Emmanuel Kafe: Extra reporter With the rain season in full swing, there is an abrupt…

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Guruve farmers on fertiliser selling spree
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Guruve farmers on fertiliser selling spree

Garikai Mazara Some farmers in Mbire district, especially those in and around Mahuwe, Mushumbi and…

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Nation awaits PrEP roll-out
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Nation awaits PrEP roll-out

Forward Nyanyiwa Late last year, Zimbabwe adopted the new World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines that…

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Demystifying rabbit farming
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Demystifying rabbit farming

Rawlings Kofi The rabbit industry in Zimbabwe is slowly developing and is currently composed of…

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Proliferation of independent schools
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Proliferation of independent schools

Harmony Agere: Extra Reporter Advertisements seeking prospective primary and secondary school learners have in the past…

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Until prison do us part
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Until prison do us part

Wendy Nyakurerwa Her Point of View There is a thin line between the aggrieved and…

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