Careers fair for Mazowe Boys’ High
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Careers fair for Mazowe Boys’ High

Emmanuel Kafe The Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education will hold its inaugural Mashonaland Central…

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War on corruption goes techno – AIT’s technology seeks to curb graft – Everyone, everywhere is a whistleblower
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War on corruption goes techno – AIT’s technology seeks to curb graft – Everyone, everywhere is a whistleblower

“IN fighting corruption, we don’t have friends. It’s each man for himself. I’m happy that…

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‘MaShurugwi’ wreaks havoc
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‘MaShurugwi’ wreaks havoc

“MaShurugwi” – a gang of violent, illegal panners – is doing its best to become…

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Zim’s food situation set to improve
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Zim’s food situation set to improve

THE number of food-insecure people in the country is set to decrease by over 50…

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Has the police  force truly reformed?
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Has the police force truly reformed?

Silent heroes of food security battle
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Silent heroes of food security battle

In labs and fields dotted across Zimbabwe, a team of scientists is working quietly but…

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Big Charlie needs your help
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Big Charlie needs your help

WHEN strangers first stare at Charles Nyoni — as they often do — they immediately…

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China’s love for traditional medicine
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China’s love for traditional medicine

Fatima Bulla in Beijing, China A walk through the Traditional Chinese Medicine Centre in Beijing…

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Zinpa partners EMA
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Zinpa partners EMA

Veronica Gwaze THE Zimbabwe National Practitioners Association will work with the Environmental Management Agency to…

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The legacy continues
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The legacy continues

When President Emmerson Mnangagwa said the “past is dead’ there were mixed reactions, naturally. 45,122 total…

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Chronicles of a 13-year-old detainee
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Chronicles of a 13-year-old detainee

In 1979, in the twilight stages of the liberation war, the struggle heightened leaving most…

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Bubbling Baby Manqoba: It can only be God!
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Bubbling Baby Manqoba: It can only be God!

Today marks nearly one and a half years since baby Manqoba Mabhena had a liver…

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The beauty of Matopo Hills
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The beauty of Matopo Hills

On 26 March 1902, Cecil John Rhodes breathed his last. The body was taken by…

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Mbare: Anyone for helicopter parts?
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Mbare: Anyone for helicopter parts?

Emmanuel Kafe Mbare, the sprawling suburb just a mere six kilometres from Harare’s central business…

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Living in the shadow of Chimoio
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Living in the shadow of Chimoio

We find Fernando Kandiyado (76) basking in the sun, his favourite local brew by his…

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