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Gospel Couple Turns to Gold Mining

Photo: The Patriot (file photo). Celebrated gospel couple, Mathias and Mildred Madzvivanzira, of the now defunct but once popular, Mathias and Mildred Ministries, have ventured into gold mining after the mines ministry issued them with a licence to operate a mine in Mudzi. Records at the Mashonaland East commissioner of …

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Chamisa Says Voting Must Be Made Compulsory

Photo: New Zimbabwe MDC-T’s Nelson Chamisa, Morgan Tsvangirai and NPP’s Joice Mujuru. MDC-T deputy president Nelson Chamisa has called for compulsory voting among Zimbabweans, insisting the country should take after Australia where citizens are penalised for failing to vote. He was speaking as co-panellist at a policy dialogue forum hosted …

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Zanu PF youths threaten Wadyajena

Local Government minister Saviour Kasukuwere’s sister, Dadirayi, who received a $3 000 loan in 2012 under the youth fund, is still to repay a single cent. BY VENERANDA LANGA The issue was revealed when the Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Youth and Indigenisation visited youth projects in Mount Darwin. Mount Darwin …

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MDC-T chides Mudede over dual citizenship

The MDC-T yesterday criticised Registrar-General Tobaiwa Mudede over his remarks that the government will not seek to re-align the Citizenship Act to the new Constitution regarding the issue of dual citizenship, claiming it posed a security threat to the country. BY SILAS NKALA Registrar-General Tobaiwa Mudede Zimbabwe has an estimated …

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Police block Chinhoyi Nera rally

POLICE have blocked today’s National Electoral Reform Agenda (Nera) rally in Chinhoyi which was expected to draw thousands of youths from different political parties as part of a campaign to mobilise people to register as voters ahead of next year’s elections. NUNURAI JENA/OBEY MANAYITI MDC-T provincial organising secretary Wilson Makanyaire …

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I was born an ambassador, don’t need diplomatic passport: Tuku

MUSIC living legend Oliver “Tuku” Mtukudzi says he was born an ambassador and does not need a diplomatic passport. BY NUNURAI JENA Oliver Mutukudzi Mtukudzi, who has travelled extensively since 1980, said a diplomatic passport would not make any difference to his travelling as he had more recognition outside the …

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Tsvangirai swats Mujuru jibe

You are here: Home › News › National › Tsvangirai swats Mujuru jibe Tsvangirai swats Mujuru jibe MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday chose to ignore statements by National People’s Party (NPP) leaders, who blasted his leadership style ahead of their coalition negotiations, expressing optimism the electoral pact will be successful. …

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