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Boycott Mujuru outrages Mugabe at Zanu(PF) congress

The Zanu (PF) sixth congress entered its third day today with President Robert Mugabe saying he was baffled by his deputy’s absence from the gathering. Unsurprising is the absence, considering the tirade of insults, accusations and threats the Vice President has endured from the He claimed that Mujuru, who he has accused of dabbling in witchcraft to topple him has ...

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Tuku Tribute Concert adds “postpone” list

THE Oliver Mtukudzi tribute concert scheduled for the UK this weekend has been postponed to next year, organisers confirmed today. Baffling to many patrons as a number of Zimbabwean musical events spearheaded by home based artists have fallen to the postponement list. Scheduled for Leicester on Saturday, the concert was aimed at paying tribute to “Zimbabwe’s most recognisable humanitarian musician”. ...

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Fans treat The Charambas with a dinner & Appreciation Award

Story by Robert Mukondwa- Pastors Charles and Olivia Charamba received an early Christmas present when their fans organised a surprise appreciation dinner for them in the capital Harare last Sunday in appreciation for their ‘sterling work and tireless ministry’ to the nation through song. An award was handed to the ‘first family of gospel music’ during the event as a token ...

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Tariro neGitare dropping ‘YORIRA NGOMA’ single

Zimbabwean singer, songwriter and guitarist, Tariro neGitare will on Wednesday 10th December be releasing a single of her incubant second album Chipo Changu currently in oven expected early 2015. The single dubbed Yorira Ngoma (translated, The Drumbeat time) is produced and mastered by the country’s top producer Russel ‘Russo’ Chiradza at This Is Records. It is the first of more collaboration projects ...

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Women’s Arts Festival gives women a platform to shine

For a long time relegated to the periphery of festivals and shows as the gyrating extras, supporting acts and only named as the ‘and many more’ on show posters, women have finally gotten centre stage in the arts thanks to the Women’s Arts Festival (Wafest) which was held in Harare this November. The festival ended on a high note at ...

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Pedophile “Elder” preys in ZAOGA FIF Leicester

Many of us turn to the church to seek guidance, teaching and godly upbringing for our children trusting people we allow custody of our children are not only credible enough to protect our children but are also comprehensive of the biblical ethos and teachings. This code of trust has been broken at the Leicester assembly of the ZAOGA FIF church. ...

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Ugandan Baby Arnella clean bill of health, Minister pays a visit

It is good news for Baby Arnella! It has been reported that Arnella is perfectly doing ok and has been discharged from the hospital. Thank God for technology, the hidden camera installed by Arnella’s parents exposed the wicked nanny. Baby Arnella with her parents visits Inspector of Police, Kale Kayihura, earlier today. According to Daily Monitor , Youth and Children ...

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DJ seeks to form ‘voice guild’, Improve standards

By Robert Mukondiwa: Celebrated radio personality and arts critic Richard Kohola, popularly known as RK has embarked on a programme to establish a guild of seasoned trained ‘voice’ talent to do advert voice overs as well as related radio and possibly television workto world class standards. The move seeks to ensure that there is a high standard of expertise in ...

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Zanu(PF) turns ugly as Nicholas Goche quits

HARARE – Politburo heavyweight Nicholas Goche dramatically quit Zanu PF’s violent central committee elections in Bindura yesterday, charging angrily that he was now completely fed up with the ugly factional and succession wars that are devouring President Robert Mugabe’s ruling party. Goche’s sensational abandonment of the elections, which leaves his Cabinet position in doubt, came after violent hired thugs, who ...

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ZRP lurid defence on Magaya Kwekwe disaster

Zimbabwe’s embattled police force whose incompetance and bizarre presence in a number of public gatherings that mostly ended in commotion, violence and fatalities has made desperate attempts to clear their involvement with the latest leg where they sanctioned closure of all exists except one at the recent All Night prayer conference in Kwekwe where at least eleven people are confirmed ...

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