Understanding  dual disabilities
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Understanding dual disabilities

Dr Christine Peta The aim of this article is to unpack the subject of dual…

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Biogas takes rural communities by storm
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Biogas takes rural communities by storm

Rural communities in Mashonaland East are adopting a simple technology to produce clean, alternative and…

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Castor beans to oil the future
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Castor beans to oil the future

Zimbabwe could soon join India as one of the leading producers of castor bean, if…

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Another medical boob?
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Another medical boob?

Veronica Gwaze and Forward Nyanyiwa “While death is difficult to accept, especially under such weird…

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People secure their last rites over health
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People secure their last rites over health

Emmanuel Kafe Basic commodities are in constant demand so Melody Phiri, a self-employed woman, has…

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Not all hope is lost
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Not all hope is lost

Being diagnosed of cancer sounds like the end of the world for most people, especially…

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Prevention is better than cure… what you need to know about cancer
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Prevention is better than cure… what you need to know about cancer

Cancer is one of the most well-known topics on the planet, yet there is so…

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Fuel price not single factor to price increases
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Fuel price not single factor to price increases

Petrol and diesel are the widely used sources of energy in the world and are…

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Mushrooming pre-schools headache
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Mushrooming pre-schools headache

Emmanuel Kafe In one of the teeming suburbs of Harare, Kuwadzana, children sit resignedly crammed…

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Cancer of the cervix: Taking a closer look
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Cancer of the cervix: Taking a closer look

Felistus Mawisire The last quarter of a century has seen many advances in the management…

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Meet the WHO president
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Meet the WHO president

Forward Nyanyiwa and Veronica Gwaze Filling the big shoes left by the late legendary Dr…

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Congestion: Time to bell the cat
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Congestion: Time to bell the cat

Traffic congestion is a growing problem in many parts of the world, and Harare has…

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Unpacking ‘new normal’ during peak hours
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Unpacking ‘new normal’ during peak hours

Harmony Agere and Emmanuel Kafe At 0745 Washington, Boss Washy as he is called at…

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Child labour rampant  in fishing industry
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Child labour rampant in fishing industry

From the tender age of 14, Alexio Katongomara, of Charara in Kariba, was destined to…

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War knows no boundaries
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War knows no boundaries

War knows no boundaries, no colour and no sex. Neither does it respect any religion…

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