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CRY MY BELOVED COUNTRY 

​I was shocked as I read with utter disgust an account of how the law enforcement officers in Zimbabwe are turning into the criminals they’re supposed to be locking up, now they’re just assisting them to rob tourists and nationals of their hard earned cash in a nation where unemployment rate has skyrocketed and no money in circulation.  This is ...

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Zim Cash crisis deepens as “Greenback” trades against itself openly

The cash crisis looming the country has deepened with nearly all financial institutions outlets and agents completely running dry, scavenging for the few cash-ins to fuel the ever increasing restless queues for the American dollar. Our team has been on the go speaking to the public regarding the issue, noting some outlets like Total Filling Stations that had earlier came ...

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Gospel singer Joyce Simeti dies

Veteran gospel diva Joyce Simeti has died at the age of 42years She succumbed to a heart-failure at Arcadia Mediacal facility where she was rushed yesterday after complaining of chest pains. Her daughter Rejoice who confirmed the sad development had earlier sent heart-harrowing requests to her mother’s friends and close followers on social media pleading for intercessions for her mother. ...

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NACZ hands-over Jerusarema Mbende Festival to Murewa Community

Story by Staff Reporter. National Arts Council of Zimbabwe (NACZ) will this year handover Jerusarema Mbende Dance Festival to Murewa community with National Training and Conference of the Arts in Zimbabwe (NATCAZ) being a key partner in organising the Festival. This year’s edition will be organised by NACZ with NATCAZ to ensure a smooth transition that will ensure continuity of ...

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ZANU PF GOVERNMENT PANICS AND INVOKES RHODESIAN ERA REPRESSION INSTRUMENTS

Opinion One thing in Zimbabwe that is apparent to all and sundry is The End Of The Mugabe Era and all the drama surrounding it within Zanu PF, Government and among citizens. One thing that is massive is the awakened citizenry and their successful demonstrations and agitation as they clamour for change. The rolling mass action by pressure groups the ...

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Chitungwiza mum beats son to death

The community in Zengeza, Chitungwiza early on Thursday was left distressed and puzzled when a mother snapped and beat her son to death for what she alleged as chronic misdemeanor and pilfering habit. The boy, named locally as Blessing Kapuya (pictured above) was a Grade 4 at Zengeza7 Primary School and residing in Mbakumba Road Zengeza 1 was beaten amidst ...

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Mutasa Offside On Wanting To Meet Mugabe

Opinion It was with profound shock to read the headlines of Mutasa enthusiastically talking about meeting Mugabe on national issues. More sad for most builders was the affection he exhibited despite being dragged in the mud as he got expelled from Zanu PF to a point of calling him his “Father”, please note Mutasa is in his eighties and like ...

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Zimbabweans jeer as “unwell” Dave Emberton is cuffed and paraded for alleged shoplifting

In a country that has lost all dignity and respect of men and women that selflessly served the nation, former ZBC Television news anchor David Emberton who remains a darling of his community and fans was earlier today cuffed and paraded for an alleged shoplifting crime. Emberton who resides in Kamfinsa where he usually shops and commutes suffers from dementia ...

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DR MUJURU AND PEOPLE FIRST CONQUER MASHONALAND EAST

In her maiden star rally in the province Dr Mujuru proved to be a very popular draw card on the 23rd of July 2016 as she arrived to a tumultuous carnival atmosphere at the packed to the brim Rudhaka Stadium. The Zimbabwe People First President who is a former top commander during the war and also the widow of Liberation ...

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Low turn out at People First Sakubva Rally

Despite allegations of intimidation including arrest of a member of the youth wing in clashes with Zanu PF youth attacking those putting up posters and distributing People First flyers, a sizeable crowd still turned up to hear their leader in the chilly weather. Dr Mujuru turned up splendidly outfitted in her combat fatigues amidst ululations and whistling, despite the low ...

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