Supa wants super healthy Nyanga
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Supa wants super healthy Nyanga

Over 3 000 people in Nyanga South constituency last week received free medical services courtesy…

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Male pill: Zim men run scared
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Male pill: Zim men run scared

Could the male contraceptive pill be the greatest thing since sliced bread? 38,001 total views, no…

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A bridge to better lives in Zvimba
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A bridge to better lives in Zvimba

Zvimba district in Mashonaland West province is blessed with rich soils and excellent climatic conditions.…

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Three years in jail for racism
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Three years in jail for racism

A former estate agent in South Africa has been jailed for racist abuse in what…

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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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Our women tell their own stories
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Our women tell their own stories

Women are providers, leaders and innovators. 20,320 total views, no views today

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Govt gets serious on  road system upgrade
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Govt gets serious on road system upgrade

Tinashe Makichi Government will carry out feasibility studies for three major national highways as part…

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8 innovations in road surface products & technique
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8 innovations in road surface products & technique

To the untrained eye, a road surface is just a layer of asphalt or concrete.…

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When murder is not murder
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When murder is not murder

Tichawana Nyahuma By definition, murder is the unlawful and intentional killing of another person. 1,135 total…

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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

Investment in extension services crucial
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Investment in extension services crucial

Small-scale farmers in communal areas are struggling to adapt to climate change due to declining…

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Mushikashika joy for panel beaters
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Mushikashika joy for panel beaters

Emmanuel Kafe Gazaland – a bustling shopping centre in Highfield, Harare – is a true…

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Gearing up  for the big one
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Gearing up for the big one

About three weeks ago, pupils from Zingore Primary School in Mt Darwin were stuck at…

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