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Appreciate people when you still have the time

A couple that was in theirseventies entered their lawyer’s office. Apparently they wanted to file for a divorce. What a surprise. A really disturbing catastrophic scenario. At that age, what really had affected their seemingly blissful union? How could such a thing happen? By STEVE NYAMBE They had stayed together …

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Not every friend is a friend

Friends can make us or break us. Today I will talk to you about the impact that people you surround yourself with have on your life and relationship with God. Human beings are not only spiritual beings, they are also social creatures. But be careful who you choose to relate …

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Children’s choir eyes gold in Belgium

proud Choice Children’s choir director Bright Gwati and his team recently brought home a silver medal which they won in the Open Competition category at the just ended 2018 Tshwane World Choir Games, and they are beside themselves! “The Open Competition is a contest which anyone from around the world …

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A game changer in HIV response

“This new technology has been a game changer in our response to HIV and the treatment strategies. Since HIV was first discovered in the country more than three decades ago, I feel we are winning the battle through sustainable programmes, clinical acumen and the use of advanced technology to monitor …

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The taste of the eating is in the pudding!

Quite fortuitously, over lunch, a colleague offered an interpretation of an instalment of one of our hugely popular columns in our paper. A few weeks ago, the columnist drew an analogy of a village woman of incapable faculties who fell victim to the sexual predation of a man of means …

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The road to court is nicely tarred Mr Chamisa

If the MDC-Alliance’s electoral grievances are genuine, Mr Nelson Chamisa and his group of crybabies should go to court as the opposition is full of lawyers. This is what President Mnangagwa in effect said yesterday when he met The Elders at State House for a chat on the prospects for …

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Harrison wants Harare City to be clinical

HARARE City coach Mark Harrison has challenged his team to make the most of the chances they create in matches if they are to become a top team. BY HENRY MHARA The Sunshine Boys dominated play against Bulawayo City last weekend, but needed a late equaliser from substitute Kuda Musharu …

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Was peace pledge just symbolic?

THAT some 71 political violations have been recorded in the first two weeks of this month, including threats, use of inciting or threatening violence, acting in ways that provoke violence and forcing voters to reveal their choice of candidates, is unfortunate and regretted. What is telling is that this comes …

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Election observers, election strategy: Two sides of same coin?

AS Hungary held general elections in April 2018, the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), deployed observers to monitor the elections. By Tapiwa Nyandoro The OSCE was highly critical of the way the elections had been conducted; issuing a statement that among other things “claimed the campaign was …

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