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  • Mukanya hints at retirement

    Chimurenga music maestro Thomas “Mukanya” Mapfumo will be retiring from music soon to take a deserved rest and devote his time to impartation of musical knowledge to up-and-coming musicians, particularly […]

  • Covid-19: Burial societies provide security, relief

    BY FORTUNE MOYO BULAWAYO — Sithembiso Ntuli’s husband of 28 years died three years ago from injuries he sustained in a car accident. At the time she held two funeral […]

  • Chaos at border as locals troop back

    ZIMBABWEANs returning from South Africa have expressed frustration over confusing processes they are subjected to before admission to Covid-19 quarantine centres in Beitbridge.

  • Moyo fuels Chamisa, Khupe fight intrigue

    moves to rally MDC veterans behind Nelson Chamisa in the fight for the control of Zimbabwe’s mainstream opposition party have taken a new dimension with reports that former party chairman […]

  • Jah Prayzah bares his soul

    As expected, musician Jah Prayzah’s 10th album titled Hokoyo is a long shot at satisfying all who will bother to listen, including those who dislike him.

International

Southern Africa: Identity, behaviour change communication and Covid-19

Most of us are by now aware of the basic facts about the Covid-19 pandemic and its bewildering socio-cultural and economic impact across the world. (more…)

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Business

RBZ payment delays cripple gold producers

SMALL-SCALE miners have expressed concern over late payment for gold delivered to Fidelity Printers and Refiners (FPR), saying the development will cripple production of the yellow metal.

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Politics

Chamisa speaks on ‘next steps’

MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa will today speak on the direction his party will take in the wake of a fierce battle for control of the country’s main opposition party. […]

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  • Cyber Bill requires wholesale changes

    The Cyber Security and Data Protection Bill gazetted by the Zimbabwean government in May 2020 makes very difficult reading and is all over the place. Most provisions in the Bill […]

  • Substantive directors key in HCC service delivery

    The City of Harare is operating without key substantive office bearers. This situation benefits the corrupt councillors who then find it easy to manipulate bureaucrats without substantive authority. Officials in […]

  • Strike: Moyo has to shape up or ship out

    ALMOST two weeks after health workers went on strike demanding a review of their remuneration and provision of personal protective equipment (PPE), the government has not done anything tangible to […]

  • AMHVoices: Mudenda erred in recalling MDC Alliance MPs

    HAVING reflected on the facts on the ground, including statements attributed to Douglas Mwonzora soon after the Supreme Court judgment, I realised that there is no basis to recall MDC […]

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    Covid-19: We need to test, test, test

    As of Friday, Zimbabwe had carried out a meagre 329 diagnostic tests for coronavirus, a worrying figure considering the number of people that entered the country from high-risk regions before […]

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  • Mukanya hints at retirement

    Chimurenga music maestro Thomas “Mukanya” Mapfumo will be retiring from music soon to take a deserved rest and devote his time to impartation of musical knowledge to up-and-coming musicians, particularly […]

  • Govt blames Gukurahundi victims documentation delays on Covid-19

    The documentation of victims of Gukurahundi has been affected by the current lockdown measures implemented to stop the spread of Covid-19, Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage minister Kazembe Kazembe has […]

  • Covid-19: Burial societies provide security, relief

    BY FORTUNE MOYO BULAWAYO — Sithembiso Ntuli’s husband of 28 years died three years ago from injuries he sustained in a car accident. At the time she held two funeral […]


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