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Christians sabotage Peace and Family Festival

The Evangelical Fellowship of Zimbabwe (E.F.Z) joined hands with other Christians in not participating in the Peace and Family Festival underway at the National Sports Stadium. The acting president of the church, Pastor Trever Masuku said that they do not share the same beliefs and values with the hosts of the event. “We strongly believe that Jesus all things to ...

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Beitbridge ready for Jikinya dance festival

The 2018 National Jikinya Dance Festival is going to be celebrated on the 22nd of November at Welton Primary School in BeitBridge under the theme” Enriching the National Educational thrust Through Dance”, premised on embracing the arts education. The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education Mrs Tumisang Thabela will be the guest of honour as all the ...

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Mahendere snubs Peace and Family Festival

The multi award winning gospel musician Michael Mahendere snubbed the Peace and Family Festival set to be held tomorrow at National Sports Stadium. Speaking to Zimonline News, Mahendere said that he will not be attending the event as it is non-christian. “The reason why I am not attending the event is that it is against my religion. I’m a born ...

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Letwina Bhindy Fushai: A life lived for many

Oustspoken Canada exiled Zimbabwean socialite, author and mother Letwina Bhindy Fushai today lost her publicly fought battle cardiac failure battle according to a post on a social media penned by her daughter Chido. Fushai, who never shied away from her lamentations of how Zimbabwe decayed in the hands of Mugabe-led Zanu PF administration which in her words caused the massive ...

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Sanitary pads crisis

Zimbabwe is economically challenged leading to unexpected high prices of sanitary pads making it difficult for some women and girls to purchase and afford the sanitary pads . The fact that sanitary pads are sold at a higher price has affect ted many women and girls in communities to such an extent that some are suggesting girls not to go ...

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Domestic violence unbearable to men

Domestic violence is experienced by both men and women however, men are now more vulnerable than women emotionally and physically due to different claims and reasons. Several organisations in Zimbabwe are conducting domestic violence campaigns so as to ensure a decrease in the violence in communities. Family bonds foundation will be commemorating the international men’s day in line with advocating ...

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Handbag thieves rejected bail

Two women from Chitungwiza, Maria Kagwa and Violet Jaure suspected to have been preying on unsuspecting worshippers, mourners and wedding guests in various parts of the country have been placed on a routine remand to 13 November at Mbare Court, were refused bail and advised to make their appeal at the High Court In an interview with ZimOnline some of ...

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Shasha drops another hit

Upcoming Jazz musician Batsirai Shasha intimately known as Shasha is launching a music single “muroora” in Belgravia, Harare at an event sponsored by Mutaka Media on the 19th of October 2018. The song features the popular award winning Afro-fusion musician Alexio Kawara and Shasha will be sharing stage with his colleague Droba and Afro-wave band. He said “muroora” is a ...

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Harare International Carnival (2018) postponed

The Harare International Carnival which was scheduled for the 15th -20th October has been postponed to a date which is yet to be announced. The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority, Chief Executive Officer Karikoga Kaseke said that, 2018 carnival festival has been postponed due to Cholera. He said he was not sure whether the event was going to proceed or not at ...

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Makandiwa speaks out

Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa prophesied on terrorism that is happening in gold mines around Zimbabwe on the 30th of September 2018 at Harare City Sports Centre. The United Family International Church (UFIC) leader gave the prophecy during a church service and reconfirmed it again last Sunday saying that people are busy concentrating on the issue of Cholera yet people are being ...

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