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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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Zim Hip Hop Response to Zim Dancehall

Popular hip hop supremo Tinashe Gonzara stage name T Gonz has finally found the solution to counter the dominance of Zim Dancehall a genre that has taken Zimbabwe by storm. Zimdancehall probably found favour because it sings about real issues, whereas Hip hop artists sings about flamboyance yet they are still suffering. “A lot of people think that hip hop ...

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Is he the next king of Zim Hip Hop?

Alwin Ngonyama Stage Name-Rockers Jnr is proving to be a force to reckon with on the Zimbabwean music scene Date of Birth-30 June 1993 Rockers Jnr has been compared to most influential artists of his genre including Stunner, Jnr Brown, Shastro and several others. Rockers Jnr is very creative that he performs his own compositions, his a sought after vocalist, ...

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Our Response to Xenophobia-Sort out Zimbabwe

The Xenophobic attacks in neighbouring South Africa have reinforced a message that we can no longer afford to ignore. We have to sort Zimbabwe out. We cannot continue to ignore the fact that we are at the mercy of an uncaring government. Whilst we condemn the xenophobic attacks in the strongest possible terms we want to ask the Zanu PF ...

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Is the government really doing anything?

When the settlers settled in then Salisbury now Harare in 1890, the idea of relocating the city to another area was mooted in 1891. The options were Norton, Mvurwi, Darwendale, Rusape et cetera. However the idea of relocating the city was rejected, one of the reasons was that the other options were lower than Harare thus ‘unhealthy’ however the main ...

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Zimbabweans academics wasting their knowledge over nothing

  Nathaniel Manheru has always been a mysterious and interesting persona to me, primarily because of how he has managed to be sheathed under the veneers of a Nome de plume for many years. Although some have made allegations to the effect that the mysterious columnist was none other than George Charamba, to me as a political scientist who believes ...

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Zimdancehall artistes full of “Busyness” but they lack “Business”

  I believe that i am somewhat of an authority on the topic of Zimdancehall. Primarily because i have been part and parcel of this movement since 2005 to present. I have seen many great artistes rising and i have also witnessed their unfortunate demise. Fortunately or  unfortunately, my involvement in Zimdancehall has slightly shifted from my initial involvement. Initially ...

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