It’s a lonely life behind bars
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It’s a lonely life behind bars

Veronica Gwaze A fortnight ago, the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services had one of its…

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Mbire in massive road revamp
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Mbire in massive road revamp

The name Chitsungo might not ring an echo to someone down in Beitbridge, neither might…

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Majaya becomes the cog in development drive
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Majaya becomes the cog in development drive

Having been born and bred in Mbire, there could not have been a better candidate…

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Life changing projects for communities
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Life changing projects for communities

Lying in the Zambezi Escarpment, Mbire is notorious for high daytime temperatures, poor and erratic…

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Cement shortages signal building boom
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Cement shortages signal building boom

Cement shortages are bad, right? Not necessarily. 4,621 total views, no views today

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Farm loans: A harvest of thorns
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Farm loans: A harvest of thorns

The lack of agricultural finance has caused a sharp decline in farmers’ ability to meet…

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HIV ‘super’ drug experiences hiccups
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HIV ‘super’ drug experiences hiccups

Dolutegravir (DTG), a new anti-retroviral first line drug, has generated a lot of debate leaving…

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All set for summer cropping
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All set for summer cropping

The 2018-19 summer cropping is expected to get better funding due to improved logistics from…

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Today, tomorrow  and for 230 years
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Today, tomorrow and for 230 years

Nothing Hollywood gives us can adequately portray a day in a prisoner’s life. 30,351 total views,…

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‘We don’t need Ordinary-Level exams’
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‘We don’t need Ordinary-Level exams’

Prof Ben John Siyakwazi The Nziramasanga Commission was appointed in 1998 with specific terms of…

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Conserving Zim’s wildlife
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Conserving Zim’s wildlife

The Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit’s (VFAPU) annual fund-raising Golf Day will be held in Harare…

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Searching for gold in the rough
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Searching for gold in the rough

Emmanuel Kafe From a distance, the Pomona dumpsite — 10km from Harare’s central business district…

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This is our own  sin city
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This is our own sin city

When God rained fire on Sodom and Gomorrah, the twin sin cities of biblical times…

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Dilemma at old people haven
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Dilemma at old people haven

Natasha Kokai and Emmanuel Kafe Don’t be fooled by her infectious smile and how smartly…

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‘Blessing in  disguise’ for council
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‘Blessing in disguise’ for council

The post-election violence which rocked Harare’s central business district on August 1 may have led…

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