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Zimbabwe At 38 – Galz Statement to Mark Independence Day

Zimbabwe marks 38 years of Independence today. One of the reasons for the struggle for Independence was to bring about equality for all before the law and GALZ strives to see this becoming a reality in present day Zimbabwe. GALZ joins the nation in celebrating and honouring Zimbabwe’s men and …

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Inaugural Miss Beitbridge On Tomorrow

By Thupeyo Muleya Beitbridge Bureau Preparations for the inaugural Miss Beitbridge that will be held at Purple Heart Hall tomorrow are at advanced stage, show organisers have said. A total of eight bevies are expected to outclass each other on the ramp. These include Roynah Kassim (18), Ruvimbo Mukandatsama (19), …

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2018 Independence and the Euphoria of 1980

By Freedom Mupanedemo In November 2017, Zimbabweans swarmed the streets countrywide to usher the country into a new dispensation under Operation Restore Legacy led by the Zimbabwe Defence Forces. The excitement of a new era culminated in the swearing in of a new President Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa on November 24, …

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Zanu-PF Happy With ED Progress

By Abigail Mawonde Zanu-PF yesterday said it is pleased with the progress registered in a short period by President Mnangagwa’s administration and is confident that the future is bright. In a statement commemorating 38 years of independence, Zanu-PF Secretary for Information and Publicity Simon Khaya Moyo said this year’s celebrations …

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Independence Day – Time for Political, Religious Reflection

OPINIONBy Jimayi Muduvuri Today, Zimbabwe marks Independence Day and this year’s commemorations take place in much changed circumstances that are important to the country’s history and nationhood. This is the first time we are celebrating Independence in the “new dispensation” under President Mnangagwa, who replaced one of the country’s founding …

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Govt Works On Mainstreaming Disability

By Ropafadzo Ndangariro Government is working on mainstreaming disability in all its programmes to ensure that the rights and needs of people with disabilities are met, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Petronella Kagonye has said. She was speaking during the Zimbabwe Disability Summit held in Harare yesterday. “Let me hasten …

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Bribe Offer Backfires for City Woman

By Nokutenda Chiyangwa A 42-year-old woman had bribe money and phone confiscated by the State after she tried to induce a Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (Zimsec) official into certifying her forged Ordinary Level and Advanced Level certificates. Annamercy Geregere (42) appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Gideon Ruvetsa, charged with bribery …

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Mukanya Expected Home Tonight

Legendary Chimurenga musician Thomas “Mukanya” Mapfumo is expected in the country tonight ahead of his homecoming bira set for Glamis Arena in Arena on April 28. Mukanya will share the stage with Oliver Mtukudzi, Suluman Chimbetu, Winky D, Andy Muridzo and Gary Tight. The show is expected to be a …

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Police Commend Courts On Violence

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has commended the courts for denying bail to suspects who were recently arrested in Harare and Bulawayo for engaging in intra-party violence. The suspects are Mthokozi Ncube (27), Clifford Sibanda (30), Dumisani Moyo (30), Bongani Phiri (28), Thandawenkosi Moyo (24), Takura Nyandoro (35) and Darlington …

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Zanu-PF Urges Members to Register to Vote

By Freeman Razemba Zanu-PF’s Harare provincial Womens’ League has urged party members to take advantage of the current window before the proclamation of the election date to register to vote. Addressing members of the provincial Women’s League at Chembira Hall in Glen Norah yesterday, the provincial Womens’ League chairperson, Cde …

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