Bushiri targets 2 million souls
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Bushiri targets 2 million souls

ENLIGHTENED Christian Gathering (ECG) founder Prophet Shepherd Bushiri has embarked on a whirlwind tour of…

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No drought, but brace for erratic rains
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No drought, but brace for erratic rains

The 2018/19 seasonal rainfall outlook is out and a lean summer season is in forecast.…

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Mr Eazi’s Zim connection
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Mr Eazi’s Zim connection

Over the years, Nigerian musicians have established themselves on the international music space. 12,160 total views,…

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Jacaranda celebrates Mandela centenary
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Jacaranda celebrates Mandela centenary

Takudzwa Chihambakwe ONE way to know if summer is in full swing in Zimbabwe is…

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HIV battle hurt by own success
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HIV battle hurt by own success

From kitchen to pulpit
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From kitchen to pulpit

For a young preacher who has vowed to change the way people worship God, it…

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Stunner, Mudiwa rekindle beef
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Stunner, Mudiwa rekindle beef

Solo Fest a breath of fresh air
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Solo Fest a breath of fresh air

Takudzwa Chihambakwe WITH Miombo Magic Festival shelved for this year, music lovers in Zimbabwe were…

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Diamond Musica with a Tuku flair
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Diamond Musica with a Tuku flair

DIAMOND Musica, a versatile Congolese rhumba outfit based in Zimbabwe, has decided to tap into…

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ZimFund helps boost Harare water
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ZimFund helps boost Harare water

Forty metres from Ms Wendy Bosha’s home in Dzivarasekwa, lies a raw sewage “pool”. It…

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Book industry staggers on
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Book industry staggers on

Takudzwa Chihambakwe THE 2018 edition of the Zimbabwe International Book Fair (ZIBF) is set to…

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Chinamwari lives on
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Chinamwari lives on

Veronica Gwaze AS the sun scorched the arid lands of Muhlanguleni village in Chiredzi South,…

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Allah will make a way
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Allah will make a way

AFTER nine days of offering sacrifices during the Eid al-Adha period, the Muslim community is…

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The unaccounted for generation
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The unaccounted for generation

Emmanuel Kafe In a village in Nyazura in Manicaland, young children indulge in role-playing games…

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Zee back to cook up a storm . . . using traditional dishes to nourish tourism
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Zee back to cook up a storm . . . using traditional dishes to nourish tourism

IN 2013, after five years as the go-to place for that irresistible, healthy African dish,…

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