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‘Happy’ Freedom Day South Africa!!

Story by Constance van NieKerk Happy Freedom Day South Africa, I can’t help but ask, are you really free? Or are you just under a different dictator? I’m not talking politics, I’m talking about emancipation from mental slavery as Bob Marley rightly put it. It tears my heart when I see the effects of service delivery protests. How xenophobia attacks ...

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Astro Mobile fresh drive propels Tech World

When Munyaradzi Gwatidzo won the latest award in the Astro mobile trophy cabinet in Morocco recently, it would have been a great feather in the cap to seal a working year and possibly something to pop the champagne for and plan for a new year. Not so! The Zimbabwean tech company would not let the award get to its head ...

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The future of Eastern Hospitality

Story by: Robert Mukondiwa At a tender 22 years of age Gregory Kadzura could pass for any other typical fresh-post teen in Zimbabwe. But as the steward of a challenging family business as the face and administrator of the celebrated Mount View Hotel in Zimbabwe’s eastern highlands city of Mutare, he has a lot more on his young shoulders than ...

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Kereke Prosecution – The heat just got turned UP!

Just hours ago, the Public Prosecutor General Mr Johannes Tomana who in the past had stood aground against paving way for the prosecution of Dr Jane Mutasa, Dr Munyaradzi Kereke and Vivek Solanki on various fraud and miscellaneous cases has just issued certificated allowing the prosecutions. The trio who in the past shown cushy comfort and protection from the power ...

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Mwaruwari in race for the ZIFA hot-seat

FORMER Warriors and Portsmouth Benjani Mwaruwari is bidding to sit on the board Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) board. The retired striker has put himself forward to contest one of four positions at Zifa, after successfully receiving financial backing. Benjani had previously spoken of his desire to boost domestic football from the boardroom. Now the ex-Blues fans’ favourite is in Harare ...

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“Del-Boy” Chisora dumped by Promoter

FRANK WARREN has confirmed that he has severed ties with former British and European heavyweight champion, Dereck Chisora. The 31-year-old had been with the promoter since turning professional in 2007, and his record currently stands at 22-5 (14). “Queensberry Promotions will no longer be promoting or working with Dereck Chisora,” was the succinct statement from the promotional outfit. “Del Boy” ...

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Aging Mugabe read wrong speach at Parly openning

President Mugabe has just read a wrong speech in a boob that has sent tongues waging about the growing signs of mental slowdown and bungling by his officials. State journalists were left in stitches when they realised that copy of the speech given to them were different from the one that the President delivered. His speech resembled verbatim the one ...

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SA road carnage claim five Zim Gospel artists

Its a dark day for the Zimbabwean gospel music family and the industry as a whole as four promising instrumental talents were wiped out in a road collision in South Africa earlier this morning. The accident that claimed the life of a well respected lead guitarist Tawanda Makwavarara alongside his four close music colleagues happened on South Africa’s R21 South highway ...

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Should Magaya criticize others Should we criticize Magaya?

    I was born and raised in a family that upholded the tenets of the Christian religion. Part of my personality owes its existence to the Christian ideals and doctrine. Growing up, we were told never to tear the holy bible for it would bring bad omen. The Christian religion was considered a sacrosanct   institution. All i wanted was ...

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The Crisis of Broncler “Bronco” in Zimbabwe

Violence and perfunctoriness is the order of the day. A highly contagious and deadly disease is on the loose. People are dying by the day; will a hero rise to save the city? The year is not 2035 and this is not a scene from a Hollywood sci-fi movie. Drugs are slowly transforming our youth into ‘zombies’ and if no ...

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