Power Walk for Cancer  to raise funds
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Power Walk for Cancer to raise funds

Every person’s cancer story is unique. However, for those diagonised with cancer, this could mean…

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Mt Hampden’s Chitso compound ‘electrified’
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Mt Hampden’s Chitso compound ‘electrified’

Emmanuel Kafe Illegal electricity connections have become a thriving business in Mt Hampden at Chitso,…

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HIV: Breaking new ground – l Declared undetectable, untransimittable
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HIV: Breaking new ground – l Declared undetectable, untransimittable

The Centres for Disease Control has declared that HIV patients cannot transmit the virus to…

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Embezzlement suspected at Highfield 2
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Embezzlement suspected at Highfield 2

Veronica Gwaze A row has erupted between parents and school authorities at Highfield 2 High…

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Orange maize does it for Gokwe
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Orange maize does it for Gokwe

The people of Hezekiya village in Gokwe North have much cause to celebrate. Concerted efforts…

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Awudis celebrate in style
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Awudis celebrate in style

The Awudis — Graham and Irene — are not your everyday couple. 16,863 total views, 9 views…

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CSOTs: The good, the bad and the ugly
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CSOTs: The good, the bad and the ugly

Zimbabwe’s efforts at redistributing wealth through community empowerment schemes have registered various levels of success…

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UZ scientists for WorldLab 2017
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UZ scientists for WorldLab 2017

Gilbert Munetsi Scientists from the University of Zimbabwe School of Health Sciences will be part…

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Our country  is on fire!
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Our country is on fire!

It’s going to be fierce and it’s going to be violent. That is the prediction…

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Touts: Harassing people to death
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Touts: Harassing people to death

ON September 26, Mr Thomas Timothy heard on the radio that his son had allegedly…

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A moonlit intervention for Mat South
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A moonlit intervention for Mat South

Emmanuel Kafe Under the simmering heat of this part of the world, the road winds…

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The early years of HIV and Aids
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The early years of HIV and Aids

Forward Nyanyiwa Barely five-years-old and emerging from a protracted liberation struggle, Zimbabwe found itself fighting…

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Sekuru Banda man of the moment
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Sekuru Banda man of the moment

Dr Kamwelo Banda, the Malawian-born, Harare-based traditional healer, herbalist and spiritualist, is without question the…

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Mafion: Domboshava’s self-made ‘architect’
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Mafion: Domboshava’s self-made ‘architect’

Clad in muddy tattered clothes, with a head crying out for a shave, Charles Mafion…

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Revival of cotton sector hinges on David Whitehead Textiles
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Revival of cotton sector hinges on David Whitehead Textiles

Dexter Nduna, MP The demise of Zimbabwe’s once leading textile outfit, David Whitehead Textiles, remains…

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