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#Zimbabwe men must shape or ship out!

Zimbabwean men must shape or ship out! Kindly allow me to say something about this most exiting story I have just read from Bulawayo24 news media: My wife want to make me maid. Firstly I would like to let readers know that I am a feminist and a radical one …

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Cry my beloved Zimbabwe

Cry my beloved Zimbabwe by Tendai Mazenge Every time I keep asking myself what the Zanu-PF leaders discuss about when the state of the nation is in shambles this. Do they not see that they have failed and the best solution to the country is to step down and leave …

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Don Black Zimbabwe tennis player

Donald L. M. “Don” Black (2 December 1927 – 19 October 2000) was a Rhodesian tennis player. EARLY LIFE Black was born in Hartley (now Chegutu), to an English mother and Scottish father. CAREER Black made his Wimbledon debut in 1953 and defeated Czeslaw Spychala in the opening round. He …

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August Msarurgwa Zimbabwea musician

August Musarurwa (usually identified as August Msarurgwa on record labels) was the Zimbabwean composer of the 1950s hit tune Skokiaan (also known as Skokiyana, Skokian). HISTORY The most extensive description of Musarurwa is found in the Zimbabwean newspaper, The Herald[1]. According to The Herald, Musarurwa was born and raised in …

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Bernard Dzoma Zimbabwe Long-distance runner

Bernard Dzoma is a Zimbabwean, born October 1941. He gained qualification at Harare(Salisbury) Technical college as a Carpenter and Joiner. He worked for Rothmans tobacco company, then Rio Tinto Group|(Cam and Motor mine). He was the first Zimbabwean to break 30 minutes in the 10,000 metre race. Running in the …

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