Banned farm produce continues  to flood market
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Banned farm produce continues to flood market

Despite a ban on importation of agricultural produce that is available locally, the market continues…

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Education: Investigate poor results, stop the blame game
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Education: Investigate poor results, stop the blame game

Educationists have expressed disappointment at the level of “finger pointing” in the education sector as…

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ENVIRONMENT: Sustainable energy spurs rural growth
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ENVIRONMENT: Sustainable energy spurs rural growth

Written by Johnson Siamachira “WE are totally dependent on firewood for cooking as we don’t…

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Feature: A conversation with Cde Blackman
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Feature: A conversation with Cde Blackman

Youths thinking global, acting local
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Youths thinking global, acting local

Extra Correspondent A local youth empowerment organisation, the Young Zimbabweans Business Platform, has been shortlisted…

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Erectile dysfunction: Every man’s nightmare
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Erectile dysfunction: Every man’s nightmare

At least 80 percent of men in Zimbabwe have suffered from erectile dysfunction (ED) at…

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Farmers, Millers and Government on collide over Maize price
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Farmers, Millers and Government on collide over Maize price

A protracted legal battle is looming between private grain traders and Government after gazetting of…

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GARDEN Affair: Going bananas about the Banana Plant
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GARDEN Affair: Going bananas about the Banana Plant

Bananas are unique in their richness of vitamins, sugars and dietary fibre. Just two bananas…

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‘Disband Millers’ association’ says Zimbabwe Farmers Union
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‘Disband Millers’ association’ says Zimbabwe Farmers Union

The Zimbabwe Farmers Union wants the Competition and Tariffs Commission to disband the Grain Millers…

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Millions Invested, still no water supply for Harare
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Millions Invested, still no water supply for Harare

Once upon a time, barely over a million people lived in Harare. Settlements like Hopley…

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COMMENT on Makandiwa trend: ‘Understand the joys of miracle oil’
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COMMENT on Makandiwa trend: ‘Understand the joys of miracle oil’

Colletta Takumunya – Extra Correspondent Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa recently argued that the use of anointing…

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Child marriage: Saving our child brides
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Child marriage: Saving our child brides

by Sydney Kawadza – Extra Correspondent Numerous stories have been written about the rampant and…

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Mad about quartz in Mukumbura
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Mad about quartz in Mukumbura

For most, Mukumbura is best known as the country’s gateway to Mozambique. With next to…

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Divine Appointments: Much ado about ‘holy water’
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Divine Appointments: Much ado about ‘holy water’

Anointing water and anointing oil are among the latest mediums used by men and women…

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The resurgence of herbal remedies
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The resurgence of herbal remedies

The recent resurgence of plant remedies results from several factors: the effectiveness of plant medicines;…

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