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BY FORTUNE MBELE HIGHLANDERS legend Zenzo Moyo has implored current Bosso striker Prince Dube to be resilient even if he fails in Europe, should a chance present itself. ...
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BY MUNYARADZI MADZOKERE VERSATILE Warriors defender Alec Mudimu is set to join the elite league of Zimbabwean players who have played in the Uefa Champions League after his ...
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BY WINSTONE ANTONIO PREACHER and author Batsirai Java (pictured) will today launch his long-awaited book, African Religion: A Blessing or a Curse? in which he explores African religion ...
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CONTEMPORARY gospel musician Temba “Tembalami” Tagwirei, popularly known for songs Tomurumbidza and Zvinoda Kupemberwa, has disclosed that although there were technical glitches in online streaming, the use of ...
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CONFEDERATION of Zimbabwe Miners (CZM) president Rangani Chauke has urged government to speedily recapitalise mining operations to achieve its ambitious US$12 billion mining economy by 2023. BY Stephen ...
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BY FIDELITY MHLANGA MEDICAL Investments Limited (St Annes) chief finance officer Duduzile Shinya has been elected president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Zimbabwe (ICAZ), taking over ...
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BY TATIRA ZWINOIRA ESCROW Systems (Pty) Ltd managing director Simbarashe Machanzi says daily maximum transaction limits on banking and mobile money platforms have reduced volumes on C-Trade. In ...
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THE World Health Organisation (WHO) has recommended that mothers with confirmed COVID-19 infection can still breastfeed saying the benefits of doing so substantially outweighed the potential risks of ...
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SOUTH AFRICA-BASED Zimbabwean secessionist Mthwakazi Democratic Alliance leader Hloniphani Ncube has launched the #PunishZimLootersChildrenabroad to prod countries hosting Zimbabwean top officials’ children to deport them on account of ...
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BY KENNETH NYANGANI A FIVE-MEMBER illegal diamond buying syndicate was recently busted and brought before a Mutare magistrate on Saturday.The alleged syndicate involved two Zimbabweans Isaac Nhamo and ...
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BY JAIROS SAUNYAMA Government is yet to release findings of a commission appointed to probe Marondera Municipality following allegations of massive corruption and abuse of office by councillors ...
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RENOWNED Zimbabwean medical doctor Norman Matara recently told BBC World Service that the southern African country had witnessed a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 patients dying ...
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COVID-19 tests u-turn
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INTERNATIONAL trade unions have raised concern over harassment of workers’ representatives by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government as pressure piles on the Zanu PF regime to respect human rights. ...
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TRANSPARENCY International-Zimbabwe (TI-Z) has decried the deep entrenchment of corruption in the country and bad governance despite a well-articulated Constitution on anti-corruption and President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s pledge to ...
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THE Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZHLR) has raised concern over the ill-treatment of remanded journalist Hopewell Chin’ono and opposition politician Jacob Ngarivhume, who were last week taken ...
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A TOP MDC Alliance executive yesterday ruled out the possibility of entering into another South Africa-mediated government of national unity (GNU) and threatened to scale up mass protests ...
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BY FORTUNE MBELE FORMER Warriors assistant coach Bongani Mafu (pictured)has taken Botswana team Mochudi Centre Chiefs to Fifa in a bid to force the team to pay him ...
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devotion column:Erasmus Makarimayi SO many times believers spend valuable time reminiscing about their unsaved past instead of concentrating on the hope of their calling in Christ. Do you ...
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Stir The Pot :Paidamoyo Muzulu THE year 2011 redefined the African Arab world. The world witnessed what generally became known as the Arab Spring. The revolutionary demonstrations were ...
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guest column:Miriam Tose Majome IT is a common national habit to turn a blind eye or be very judgmental about problems that we are too uncomfortable to deal ...
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editorial comment ZIMBABWE finds herself the subject of international focus again, and not because of how the novel coronavirus is devastating its fragile economy, overwhelming its creaking health ...
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BY Stephen Chadenga WATER levels at Gweru city’s supply dams, Amapongokwe and Gwenoro, have significantly dropped, posing a nightmare to authorities at the Midlands capital, Southern Eye has ...
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BY SILAS NKALA LOCAL milling company, Brainman Investments, yesterday took subsidised roller meal to essential service workers at three Bulawayo public hospitals and a police station after realising ...
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MOTIVATION:Ashley Thaba IN our television episode titled Affair proofing your marriage, a question was asked: “Practically for men, we are driven by what we see. What happens when ...
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SUCCESS LIFE:Jonah Nyoni It’s undeniable we are living in troubled and tempestuous times and as leaders, we need to take the reins and lead. What do leaders do ...
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BY FREEMAN MAKOPA AGATHA Murudzwa-Ndemera is one of the country’s renowned female gospel artistes. She rose to fame with her hit song, Press On, which was released in ...
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BY SILAS NKALA RURAL communities in Matabeleland provinces have taken it upon themselves to curb the increase in imported COVID-19 cases by apprehending returnees from South Africa and ...
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By NQOBANI NDLOVU THE Zimbabwe Election Support Network (Zesn) has urged political actors not to abandon the push for electoral reforms in the face of COVID-19 that has ...
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BY VENERANDA LANGA CIVIC society groups have amplified their voices seeking to know how the country’s debt ballooned to US$18 billion. Do you have a coronavirus story? You ...
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BY HARRIET CHIKANDIWA LOCAL churches have hailed South Africa’s intervention into the country’s political and socio-economic crisis, but urged Zimbabweans to be masters of their own destiny. Do ...
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