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Adult Rape Clinic calls for ‘Denim’ tomorrow

Adult Rape Clinic (ARC) is calling upon all citizens to wear Denim (Jeans) tomorrow as a sign of raising awareness against rape and sexual assault. Posting on their social media platform ARC said they are going to hold a rape and sexual assault prevention education campaign as a way of addressing misconceptions around rape and all forms of sexual assault. ...

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#ENDviolence: UNICEF

United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has called upon the end of violence at schools where children are verbally,name calling and physically abusing each other. UNICEF posted on its twitter handle said bullying at school should be defied and not be tolerated. School should be a place where a child feels secure without the fear of being tormented or harassed by ...

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“I’m the finest woman…”, Pokello boasts!

Pokello Nare, a socialite and businesswoman, has claimed on her twitter timeline that she is the finest woman ever to come out of Zimbabwe. This claim has attracted mixed reactions from her follower’s comments on her Twitter post. Pokello has been known to be one of the Zimbabwe’s elite personalities and of high standards. She has been well known from ...

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National Patriotic Front celebrates Zimbabwe’s 39th independence

The National Patriotic Front (NPF) today joined Zimbabweans in celebrating 39 years of independence from colonial rule. In a statement spokesperson of National Patriotic Front Jealousy Mawarire urged Zimbabweans to stand up against black-on-black oppression. “This is a time to be happy,but also a moment to introspect.We celebrate the birth of a child called Zimbabwe,but we also introspect on how ...

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Mangwenya cements her Gwenyambira legacy

last night saw born Diana Samkange, now dubbed Mangwenya cement her place in the hierarchies of Zimbabwean traditional music and worship as she launched her fifth album KUMANDINDE. Mangwenya held a live launch and performance at the sold out La Rouge bar in Westgate, Harare where she was flanked and supported by Mbira dzeNharira troup. The launch was officiated by ...

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Zimbabwe celebrates 39th Independence

President Emmerson Dambudzo Munangagwa congratulated the nation for the achievement of 39 years of self-governance. He said this today at the National Sports Stadium where people were gathered for the independence celebrations. “Today as we celebrate the birth of our nation, let’s honour the values that underpin it…we can no longer be concerned with mere survival, let’s seek to blossom ...

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Minister July Moyo refuses to acknowledge MDC-A

In his official address at the Zimbabwe’s 39th Independence celebrations at the National Sports Statdium earlier today, Local Government Minister July Moyo categorically omitted acknowledging the second biggest political party in his protocol message. Moyo, who took to the podium to introduce and call upon President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa made it crystal clear the political parties he acknowledged were those ...

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Government petition bread price hikes

Government has pleaded with the National Bakers Association in Zimbabwe to defer from the hiking of bread from $2 to $3.50. At a press conference yesterday the Minister of Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Monica Mutsvangwa called petitioned the NBAZ to call off the prices that they had declared on bread because it would spoil the Easter and Independence holiday. ...

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Court postpones fake resurrection case.

The case of the two suspects who were arrested in connection with fake resurrection drama of a Zimbabwean man Brighton Elliot Moyo at the Alleluia Ministries International has been postponed to 26th of April. Nkululeko Dlamini(35) and Silungisani Sibanda (40) appeared at the Johannesburg Magistrate court today facing fraud charges. State Prosecutor Mzamo Mathe said they need more time to ...

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Chirisa strikes Hollywood again

Tongayi Chirisa a well known Zimbabwean actor popularily  known for playing Hekule on Leon Schuster’s Mr. Bones  2, joins Janallemonae in Lionsgate’s Racial Thriller a film about race relations in America. Chirisa was born in Harare where his acting career began in 2002 with a role in the country’s first soap opera, Studio 263. The star continued to shine as ...

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