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My virtuous lady, better than before

“I want to do it because I want to do it, women must try to do things as men have tried. When they fail, their failure must be a challenge to others” Emilia Earhart was a female aviator and author who recognized women strength and intelligence in a more male dominated and vile society than it is today. Women like, ...

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Gospel Diva,Rumbie Kachembere’s new Dawn

Rumbie’s first eight track effort , Zvoda Ishe  is anything but your typical worship album and the songs lyrics were  not just written out of personal  emotives  but in truth they represent  the move of God on the people he serve and love . I had a chance to interview the artiste and she gladly gave an insight on the ...

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Iconic Moment: Knowledge Musona restores warriors lost victory

Knowledge Masona’s outrageous skill and deft ball control helped him gain legendary status with the Warrior football fans yesterday at National Sports Stadium in Harare. It was at a 3-0 match against Liberia. It was a credible event as the footballer restored the Warriors glory since legend players like Peter Ndlovu, Benjani Mwaruwaru and Cephas Chimedza left the league. Not ...

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A moment with Gospel Diva Amanda Sagonda Machimbira

Amanda Sagonda Machimbira’s recent “Danai Kwandiri” album came out in 2015 at a moment of personal and professional transition for the artiste.While writing the album the artiste went through the tragic period of her mother who passed on. She put aside her music career to attend to her personal challenges. On her return she dropped an album full of inspirational ...

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Zim-Cash crisis: People spend nights in the cold

Zimbabwe’s never ending financial problem appears to have worsened again as banks further restrict availability of money every day forcing  poor innocent citizens to sleep outside banks waiting to withdraw their hard earned money. The failure of so many banks combined with a general loss of confidence in the economy has led to a thriving black market where cash in ...

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Young and too ambitious: Maud might be making a big mistake!

Following our press release last week on our news platform www.zimonlinenews.com pertaining a Mutare based Zim-Dancehall artist Maud Mudawariro aka Lioness, Wymac Media informed us, of how they separated from the artist. According to Wymac Media they did not share the same vision and values with the artist. Professional misconduct and breach of contract are some of the issues raised by ...

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Mujuru shines at SHEROES forum in Ghana

Zimbabwe’s former Vice President and leader of the National People’s Party challenging Robert Mugabe’s thirty seven year rule of the country, Dr Joice Teurai Ropa Mujuru drew cheers at the Sheroes Forum which ended this past Saturday in Accra Ghana where she was the Guest Speaker. In her maiden speech, Mujuru who is contesting to unseat her former boss, in ...

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Young Maud Sets For The Top !

Maud Mudawariro aka Lioness from Sakubva ghetto in Mutare has joined the Zim- Dancehall arena with an unstoppable vibe in music, modeling, acting and some feminine spirit.  Maud was formerly known as Eastern Lioness but recently changed to Lioness saying, “I don’t like being a picky person from the east I want to be a voice for Africa not just ...

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Election fever : managing discussions and debates

Yesterday I was audience to a spontaneous political debate between three professional gentlemen and as their discussion progressed I could sense  its rapid deterioration into something they never intended it to be . It was only after they returned to the core business and purpose of their congregating that tempers began to subside much to my relief let alone amusement ...

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YOUNG WOMEN VOICE UP FOR POLITICAL SPACE

Young  women from all walks of life and across the political divide who include members of parliament and activists have begun to set the pace and rhythm towards the upcoming 2018 general elections by defying their marginalisation and exclusion demanding space  on the political theatre . At a symposium organised by Women for  Women  dubbed “shevote2018” held in Harare yesterday ...

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