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BREAKING NEWS!! ZESA Mpopoma Sub Station burns………

Additional Reporting courtesy of Ezra Tshisa Sibanda online: The complex housing ZESA Mpopoma sub-station is currently burning with the Bulawayo Fire Brigade on scene but completely ill-equipped and uncertain of how to handle the flame.   Mpopoma Zesa Sub Station catches fire Posted by Ezra Tshisa Sibanda on Tuesday, 7 February 2017 Dark smoke is seen coming from doors, windows ...

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Gospel Diva Rumbi dropping new Album

Sensational Gospel diva Rumbie Zvirikuzhe who is has consistently made headlines with her hit albums has confirmed brewing her fifth album production. Scheduled to be released by end of February, the Mutsawashe hitmaker has promised an unseen level in her next 10-track album entitled “Kune Muponesi” which is being produced by Gibson Makumbe at VOT Studios. Makumbe has produced for ...

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Harare: Women trigger “2018 Elections” roadmap

Staff Reporter #SheVotes2018, a campaign independently organized by Women for Women (W4W), today hosted a consultative platform for young women. The conversation saw 100 women from political parties, civil society, churches and from all walks of life coming together to discuss the challenges that deter young women from participating in electoral processes. The young women bemoaned the lack of access ...

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NACZ unveil 16th NAMA awards preparations

by Staff Correspondant: Preparations for the 16th National Arts Merit Awards (NAMA) are on course. The forthcoming NAMA edition that will be managed and organised by AB Communication (NAMA Event Managers) will be held at 7 Arts Theatre, Avondale in Harare on the 18th of February 2017. The closing date for 16th NAMA submission of entries was on Wednesday the ...

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ZRP officer commits suicide on duty

*** WARNING: IMAGE IN STORY MAY NOT SUITABLE FOR VIEWERS OF NERVOUS DISPOSITION*** A ZRP officer based at Harare’s Matapi Police Station in Mbare yesterday evening has shocked the entire camp and public when he blew his head with a single gunshot. Only identified as Constable Nyoni, with shoulder badge number 070700X reported for duty as usual. He proceeded to ...

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Cecil’s brother JERICHO dies

Hwange National Parks has been thrown into sadness as Jericho, the surviving sibbling of Cecil the lion that was brutally killed by an American Dentist is found dead under a bush in the same area Cecil died. Jericho, who is reported to have been frail for some time now appears to have suffered the natural hierarchy replacement in lions’ life ...

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Zim Cash crisis deepens as “Greenback” trades against itself openly

The cash crisis looming the country has deepened with nearly all financial institutions outlets and agents completely running dry, scavenging for the few cash-ins to fuel the ever increasing restless queues for the American dollar. Our team has been on the go speaking to the public regarding the issue, noting some outlets like Total Filling Stations that had earlier came ...

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Gospel singer Joyce Simeti dies

Veteran gospel diva Joyce Simeti has died at the age of 42years She succumbed to a heart-failure at Arcadia Mediacal facility where she was rushed yesterday after complaining of chest pains. Her daughter Rejoice who confirmed the sad development had earlier sent heart-harrowing requests to her mother’s friends and close followers on social media pleading for intercessions for her mother. ...

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NACZ hands-over Jerusarema Mbende Festival to Murewa Community

Story by Staff Reporter. National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) will this year handover Jerusarema Mbende Dance Festival to Murewa community with National Training and Conference of the Arts in Zimbabwe (NATCAZ) being a key partner in organising the Festival. This year’s edition will be organised by NACZ with NATCAZ to ensure a smooth transition that will ensure continuity of ...

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#ThisFlag: Provoking Critical Thinking.

by Maureen Kademaunga  “All books about all revolutions begin with a chapter that describes the decay of tottering authority or the misery and sufferings of the people. They should begin with a psychological chapter, one that shows how a harassed, terrified man suddenly breaks his terror and stops being afraid. This unusual process, sometimes accomplished in an instant like a ...

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