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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Harare graveyard space headache
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Harare graveyard space headache

The number of Harare residents that are burying their dear departed in cemeteries that are…

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Lest we forget
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Lest we forget

Dr Dennis Magaya EVER year the Heroes Day celebrations bring extreme and deep mixed feelings…

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Mudzidzi’s estate distributed peacefully
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Mudzidzi’s estate distributed peacefully

Thousands of people, some coming in from as far afield as South Africa and the…

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Inside Wimbo’s mausoleum
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Inside Wimbo’s mausoleum

Although one’s immediate vision of a graveyard might be a dull and lifeless place, the…

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Maintaining the National Heroes Acre
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Maintaining the National Heroes Acre

Emmanuel Kafe The hilltop has a commanding view of Harare, features a huge bronze statue…

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The blood that won our freedom
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The blood that won our freedom

At about this time 42 years ago, bulldozers were burying hundreds who had been massacred…

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Meet Matangira, the MP
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Meet Matangira, the MP

Meeting Remigious Matangira for the first time does not seem like it is for the…

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In  remembrance of our heroes
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In remembrance of our heroes

Huckson Conoria Kanyera COMRADE Tinzwei Goronga, born Bobby Muzurugwi and Cde Jani Musungwa, born Cde…

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Mr President, help us bring them back home
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Mr President, help us bring them back home

Aaron Madhuku We as the Madhuku family haven’t had a rest since the attainment of…

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Why Zaka voted Zanu-PF
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Why Zaka voted Zanu-PF

It was full marks for Zanu-PF in Zaka District as the party clinched all four…

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A bright future beckons for Zaka folk
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A bright future beckons for Zaka folk

A ray of hope is shining for villagers in drought-prone Zaka District following the resounding…

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As it was in the beginning . . .
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As it was in the beginning . . .