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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Kariba fish stocks headache
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Kariba fish stocks headache

There is no joy for Kariba fishermen who are watching helplessly as fish stocks in…

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She has two legs, one for the road!
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She has two legs, one for the road!

Whenever victims of landmines, most of them amputees, meet at Mt Selinda Hospital, 76-year-old Gogo…

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When a landmine could not kill their love
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When a landmine could not kill their love

In any other setting, the story of Hilda and Zackaria would be a love story…

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Some solace in ‘paradigm shift’
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Some solace in ‘paradigm shift’

“Mai Vee,” shouted the workmate. “May I see you before you leave office.” 1,065 total views,…

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Hot sitting: Quantity or quality?
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Hot sitting: Quantity or quality?

Emmanuel Kafe “School development authorities have forgotten their mandate of assisting in improving education. They…

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Let us uplift DZ: Chimhini
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Let us uplift DZ: Chimhini

To many, Dzivaresekwa is just the suburb next door. DZ, they call it. 22,116 total views,…

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Refreshing scenes in campaign trail
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Refreshing scenes in campaign trail

This year’s election season is something different, something romantic. 26,749 total views, no views today

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Nipping cervical cancer in the bud
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Nipping cervical cancer in the bud

Zimbabwe has waged a war against cervical cancer at a national scale through administration of…

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Pardoned prisoners speak
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Pardoned prisoners speak

No evil dooms us hopelessly except the evil we love, and desire to continue in,…

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Heritage sites to boost tourism
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Heritage sites to boost tourism

Emmanuel Kafe recently in Masvingo The ongoing identification and enshrinement of Zimbabwe’s cultural and historical…

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Social media use increases this election season
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Social media use increases this election season

Society Reporter In keeping with trends worldwide, this year’s election will see an increased use…

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