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PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s position as leader of Zimbabwe hung by a thread yesterday — three days after the country’s Defence Forces “stepped in” to stop a volatile situation — following recommendations from provinces for his removal on the basis of incapacitation and old age. ...
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ZIMBABWEANS across the country are waiting with bated breath for the outcome of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF)’s move to weed out criminals within Zanu PF and their negotiations with President Robert Mugabe. ...
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President Robert Mugabe yesterday appeared in public for the first time in three days when he presided over the graduation of more than 3 000 Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) students amid increasing calls for him to step down. ...
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Soccer Sport

Rarely do you have teams from small towns like Zvishavane and Ngezi square off and hogging so much of the limelight as much as FC Platinum and Ngezi Platinum Stars have in their blockbuster clash in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match this afternoon. ...
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Arts & Culture Life and Style

JOHANNESBURG — Two months after stripping down for a music video‚ Nakhane Toure has put out a casting call for actors who are willing to go naked in his next video. ...
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Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa is not taking Bantu Rovers lightly as the title-chasing Harare football giants clash with the already-relegated side. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

WE receive, react, or respond to change differently. At times we respond to it with fear, and sometimes in faith. ...
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A 50-YEAR-OLD Zanu PF activist who allegedly fatally assaulted a farm woker during the violent land reform programme in 2001, yesterday successfully applied for referral of his case to Constitutional Court (ConCourt). ...
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Arts & Culture Life and Style

Designer Aya Velase’s eponymous fashion label is known for its creative manipulation of volume. He makes fashion that he describes as balancing a play between a woman’s “power and vulnerability”. ...
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Soccer Sport

Highlanders coach Erol Akbay is fed up with the situation at the club and can hardly wait for the end of the season so that he returns home to the Netherlands. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials

DESCRIBING divine peace, respected preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon in a sermon delivered during the evening service at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington on Sunday January 6, 1878, said: “It is one of which it is very hard to speak, because it surpasses all understanding, and, therefore, you may be sure, it must surpass all description. ...
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JUSTICE minister Happyton Bonyongwe has lashed out at farm owners who hired prisoners to provide free labour at their farms. Bonyongwe said this recently in Victoria Falls during the 2018 pre-budget seminar for legislators after a report presented by the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Justice revealed a sorry state of affairs in the country’s prisons and abuse of prisoners for cheap labour. ...
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A 28-YEAR-OLD Harare woman was on Tuesday jailed for 30 days for stealing biltong and other assorted goods at a Pick n Pay Supermarkets branch and blaming her actions on painkiller medication she was taking. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials ZIM TRANSITION

Out of all the dramatic fast-paced events that happened in our country this past week, one incensed me in particular as an ordinary citizen. On Monday 12 November the Commander of the nation’s Defence Forces General Constantino Chiwenga ...
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Soccer Sport

West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis would not blame the club if he was sacked because of their poor start to the English Premier League season, he said yesterday. ...
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Arts & Culture Life and Style

DARKNESS filled the small backyard room and one of the teenage dancehall artistes anticipated the immediate return of electricity to the studio — made of cheap material including egg crates stuck to the door of the tiny booth. ...
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MATSHEUMHLOPE residents in Bulawayo have called on the police and the local authority to arrest illegal gold panning activities taking place in the affluent suburb. ...
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BULAWAYO City Council (BCC) says it is planning to regularise all pirate taxis operating in the city as part of measures to restore sanity in the city. ...
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News ZIM TRANSITION

FORMER Zanu PF Matabeleland South secretary for lands, Jabulani Petshu Sibanda, has blamed the ruling party for allowing itself to be infiltrated by reactionaries who have been hounding out its genuine cadres since 2014. ...
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THREE years ago, music superstar Oliver Mtukudzi sang his heart-wrenching classic, Seiko, at a sombre dinner which was meant to raise funds for then five-year-old Natasha Sanyanga, who urgently needed a bone-marrow transplant at Apollos Hospital in India. ...
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News ZIM TRANSITION

GOVERNMENT has renamed various military barracks in honour of veterans of the armed struggle and military gurus. In a Government Gazette issued yesterday, Defence minister Sydney Sekeramayi said King George VI Barracks and the Airforce Headquarters in Harare had been changed to Josiah Magama Tongogara Barracks. ...
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JOURNALISTS from the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) on an assignment at Beitbridge Border Post were yesterday heckled by policemen from their country. ...
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BRITAIN has demanded free and fair elections in Zimbabwe to resolve the current political standoff between President Robert Mugabe and the military. ...
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Magamba Cultural Activist Network Trust (Magamba Network), whose computers were recently seized by the police, has filed an urgent chamber application, seeking the return of its property. ...
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PARLIAMENT is next week expected to consider a motion to impeach President Robert Mugabe, as the beleaguered Zanu PF leader’s exit from national politics after over half a century, looks more likely with each passing day. ...
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A 35-YEAR-OLD Harare gardener who raped his employer’s eight-year-old granddaughter was on Thursday sentenced to 12-and-a-half years’ imprisonment for the offence. ...
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ZIMBABWEANS across the country yesterday were waiting with bated breath for the outcome of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces (ZDF)’s move to weed out criminals within Zanu PF and their negotiations with President Robert Mugabe. ...
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YOSEPH Igdobe migrated from Nigeria to Harare two years ago. But he is fed up with unemployment. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials ZIM TRANSITION

The tug-of-war between the Zimbabwean military and President Robert Mugabe has been celebrated across continents. But as a human rights defender, I don’t support military governments, and I will not support a military government in any country including Zimbabwe. ...
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WAR veterans have called on cornered President Robert Mugabe to step down today or face the wrath of Zimbabweans in a planned final push rally to oust the only leader Zimbabwe has known since independence in 1980. ...
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