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ZANU PF flexes muscle in Harare

Once again Harare was brought to a near stand-still on Wednesday as ZANU PF supporters from across the country marched through the streets of the city at a short notice call by the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association. Thousands of men and women dressed in their party regalia gathered at several points on the outskirts of Harare and the ...

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Husband call for a reconcile after failing child maintenance

A local divorced mother from Harare,  has won her legal fight for the payment of maintenance in a vital judgment. Catherine Makwasha has appealed to the civil court for the maintenance of their three children from his husband Trymore Ndlovu. The couple separated  due to domestic conflicts that were not mentioned.The ex-wife wants the father of her three children to ...

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Zimbabwe’s dramas must change to survive!

Zimbabwe drama industry is in a crisis and is failing to attract the market locally and internationally. The industry is facing a lots of problems like a more selective audience, competition from Hollywood, the internet, low quality DVD’s, low resolution downloads and financial concerns. What has Zimbabwe done to solve these challenges? It is quite interesting that the government has ...

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Zimbabweans in fear of a repeat of 2008 economy

The year 2008 will go down in history as the worst year for Zimbabwe ‘s economy as it climaxed the spiraling inflation rates whose magnitudes were probably unmatched anywhere else in the world . The Zimbabwe Dollar had lost its bearings and made no monetary sense as it incessantly lost value by the hour against major currencies. This culminated in ...

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Black market marijuana is huge in Harare

Black market marijuana is blooming in the city, with  its traders generating thousand dollars unnoticed. The old standby of calling a friend with supply has increased with a lot of unemployed youths roaming around town and in the ghettos. These networks of friend have become undoubtedly intricate since the government have penalties to its abusers and traders. The black market ...

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Slogan chanting politics won’t built Zimbabwe!

Societies cannot progress if certain sections of people are left-out simply because they happen to be from the “wrong”  political party or sex.  The virus of gender and political group based discrimination has undermined the cohesive political, social, and economic fabric of Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe political parties lack policy driven politics and are unconscious of the importance of the public opinion ...

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SA Int’l relations Minister justifies Grace-(full) “immunity”

DURBAN – Speaker Baleka Mbete received a letter from International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane setting out the reasons for granting diplomatic immunity to Zimbabwean First Lady Grace Mugabe, her office said on Thursday. The reasons given in the letter include “South Africa’s relations with our states in the region, in particular Zimbabwe, as well as the need to ensure a ...

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Same sex violence is a crime!

Same Sex Violence – The way that women have become accustomed in nude street-harassing, flogging, burning of private parts to husband snatchers and cheats in Zimbabwean society has become justifiable and authorities are reluctant in intervening  in such domestic cases of violence. However, this is a much needed conversation on same sex violence, ‘which is abuse’ irrespective of the same ...

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National People’s Party (NPP) National Inauguration Convention

  National People’s Party held their awaited National Inaugural Convention yesterday where hundreds of NPP partisans gathered to petition Dr Joice Mujuru declaring that she is standing in the race for President in the upcoming 2018 elections  and officially launching the party constitution into full effect. Youth Chairperson Lyod Masiya said,”the presence of all the ten provinces  give credence to ...

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