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#AMHVoices: Thank you for the family memories

We publish the last part of the #AMHVoices family memory pictures to commemorate Zimbabwe’s 34 years as an independent nation. Thank you for sharing

By The NewsDay Apr. 21, 2014
#AMHVoices: Family memories in pictures Part 1
#AMHVoices: Family memories in pictures Part 1

Thank you for sharing the memories of moments you have shared with family and friends in independent Zimbabwe

By The NewsDay Apr. 18, 2014
Independence 34: Is it time to deconstruct the Mugabe legend?

OVER the last 34 years, a period in which Zanu PF has ruled Zimbabwe almost without interruption, a myth has been built around the figure of Robert Mugabe.

By The NewsDay Apr. 18, 2014
Zimbabwe @34: The Economy since 1980

One hundred trillion Zimbabwe dollars is the largest denomination ever issued in the history of the world economy.

By The NewsDay Apr. 17, 2014
Newsflash: Queen Elizabeth II congratulates Zimbabwe on turning 34

It gives me great pleasure to send the people of Zimbabwe my congratulations on the celebration of your National Day, together with my best wishes for your happiness and prosperity in the coming year.

By The NewsDay Apr. 17, 2014
Multimedia: Zimbabwe’s journey 1980 -2014

Zimbabwe turns 34 on 18 April. The country has come a long way politically and below are some of the major events in the timeline of Zimbabwe’s post independence history.

By The NewsDay Apr. 17, 2014
Zimbabwe@34: The adverts that defined Zimbabwean television

Television was always communal in Zimbabwe. In the 80s and 90s family time was defined by watching the country’s two television channels. The stations were worth the eyeballs before political jingles and substandard programming invaded our homes at the turn of the century.

By The NewsDay Apr. 17, 2014