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  • Zenzo Moyo adds voice on strikers

    By mid-season in the year 2000, Highlanders gunslinger Zenzo Moyo had already scored 22 goals before moving abroad to join his new club Olympiakos Nicosia in Cyprus.

  • ‘Mtukudzi disowns daughter’

    An upcoming book revealing sensational secrets of Zimbabwe’s international music legend Oliver Mtukudzi sheds light on the musician’s strained relationship with his daughter, Selmor, also a singer.

    Tuku and daughter-Selmor in-happier-times.-(Foto-credit---Shepherd-Mutamba)
  • Steenkamp family object verdict

    The parents of Reeva Steenkamp say “justice was not served” after South African athlete Oscar Pistorius was acquitted of murdering their daughter.

  • Tsvangirai regains mojo

    MDC-T president and former prime minister, Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday pulled a bumper crowd of over 15 000 in Masvingo.

  • Promoter Zikhali dupes dancehall twins?

    Musician Soul Jah Love’s former manager and promoter Courage Zikhali is under fire from dancehall chanters Whisper T and Cut Killer – popularly known as the Dangerous Twins – for failing to honour contractual agreements.

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Tackling Iraq’s insurgency will take time — Obama

President Barack Obama yesterday said US airstrikes had destroyed arms that Islamic State militants could have used against Iraqi Kurds.

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IMF team heads for Zimbabwe

A team from IMF will be in the country this week for a review of its supervised economic reform programme on the country as Zimbabwe pushes for a successor plan.

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Zhuwao wants to be ‘govt advisor’

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s nephew Patrick Zhuwao says he no longer has ambition to seek public office but would like to serve the nation through providing “evidence-based research” to help the government reach informed decisions.

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    The making of Tuku Backstage

    Tuku Backstage, to be published before the end of the year, cross pollinates several genres; biography, criticism and photography steeped in the music and life of Oliver Mtukudzi, aka Tuku.

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    ‘Mtukudzi disowns daughter’

    An upcoming book revealing sensational secrets of Zimbabwe’s international music legend Oliver Mtukudzi sheds light on the musician’s strained relationship with his daughter, Selmor, also a singer.

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    Unilever launches Geisha Musha Mukadzi campaign

    UNILEVER recently celebrated the role of Zimbabwe’s mothers through the launch of the Geisha Musha Mukadzi campaign.

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    Renewed hunt for gold in Penhalonga

    THE dust road meanders down to the Mutare River, then breaks into a dirt path.

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    Bogus municipal police on the rampage

    Bogus municipal police officers are on the rampage in Harare’s Central Business District, extorting money from unsuspecting street vendors.

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    Parents should not shoulder burden of education

    The Rural Teachers Union of Zimbabwe is saddened and stunned by the stance taken by Minister Lazarus Dokora of calling for the reprimanding of the poor parents who fail to raise tuition fees for their children.

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    Building a political career around orphanage wrong

    Naturally, what people do and how they carry themselves around speak better for them than having to use words to build an identity.

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    Dr Grace Mugabe: Now the sky is the limit!

    In his traditional interviews granted to ZTV every February to mark his birthday, President Mugabe this year said he was sticking on to the leadership of his party and therefore country

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    Unemployment: Is it 90 or 10 percent?

    IN Zimbabwe the actual unemployment rate is in the region of 10,5% contrary to some sensational figures of 85-90% as carelessly proposed and paraded by some economists.

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    ‘Quality leadership is all we need’

    The system we have in Zimbabwe is not producing the leaders we want or expect, so we must change the system to get different results — true democracy, freedom, justice and solidarity.

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    Melgin Tafirenyika up for an award

    South Africa based film-maker Melgin Tafirenyka has been nominated for the Zimbabwe Achievers Awards South African chapter in the personality-of-the-year category.

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    Yet another scramble for Africa

    Turn back the hands of time to 1876. Europe is experiencing an economic, social and military revolution.

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    ‘Policy review does not inspire confidence’

    Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa’s mid-term fiscal policy review and its associated measures do not inspire confidence for economic momentum required for growth, analysts and stakeholders have said.

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