Hepatitis the silent killer

Hepatitis the silent killer

THE World Hepatitis Alliance (WHA) in conjunction with the World Health Organisation (WHO) says there is still need to increase awareness and understanding of viral hepatitis, a disease which remains unknown to many. July 28 marked a day set aside to increase awareness of the disease. Running under the theme, ‘Hepatitis; Think Again Against the […]

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ZIBF: Language issue sparks debate

ZIBF: Language issue sparks debate

AS has become the norm with the Zimbabwe International Book Fair (ZIBF), it is a space for heated debate among intellectuals and academics as they map the way forward in the country’s literary landscape. After a monotonous sequel of presentations, there is always that controversial figure that leaps up to make a declaration that often […]

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Restructuring at ministry of mines

Restructuring at ministry of mines

ARTISANAL and small-scale miners have applauded Government’s move to decentralise the Ministry of Mines and Mining Development offices saying this will bring service delivery close to the people. Government this week decentralised the five mining districts to eight mining provinces in accordance with the country’s administrative provinces. The Ministry of Mines and Mining Development will […]

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A big colonial lie vs the truth

A big colonial lie vs the truth

AS we look forward to celebrate the great achievements made by our great heroes in a week’s time, let us take time to sit back and look at some of the big lies that have been spread by our former colonial masters over the years in their bid to belittle the great achievements made by […]

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GMB gets US$26m cash for maize

GMB gets US$26m cash for maize

CABINET has approved US$26 million to pay farmers for grain deliveries to the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) in the short-term to boost grain reserves and guarantee food security. Farmers are currently reluctant to deliver their produce as a result of failure by the GMB to pay producers on delivery. The country has in the past […]

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Celebrating with children in mind

Celebrating with children in mind

AMAI Grace Mugabe birthday celebrations held at her Children’s home in Mazowe last week were more than having a good time, but celebrations of life, with the children of Zimbabwe in mind. Born on July 231965, the First Lady Amai Mugabe celebrated her 49th birthday with a multitude of people, among them local businesspeople and […]

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Let’s look after our shrines

WE will all soon converge at the National Heroes Acre, that all important shrine, where our gallant sons and daughters of the soil lie. It is a sacred place well looked after, we have no complaints, it does not shame us. We have time and again taken our important visitors to this sacred ground and […]

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Zimbabwe date SA in Test cricket

ZIMBABWE Cricket’s new board, captaincy and coaching department will be put to the test as the nation hosts the world’s best Test playing nation, South Africa in a one-off Test. The match will be played next Saturday at Harare Sports Club. It will be a month of cricket as Australia will also descend on Harare […]

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Political dynasties: When the goose laughs at the gander

Political dynasties: When the goose laughs at the gander

POLITICAL dynasties are not a new phenomenon in America. In fact as one of the older democracies, political dynasties have been the order of the day, way before even entities like Zimbabwe were envisaged. The transfer of political power through relation and nepotism in America has become a perfected craft in which society has been […]

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