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Expect bhora musango

BY DOCTOR STOP IT I am still celebrating the loss of Lizard Ngwena’s puppets during the Zanu PF primary elections. More of his people are still going to fall in the re- arranged primaries while even more are going to fall during the harmonised elections. Lizard himself is going to …

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Do digital tools improve reading outcomes?

With the recent advancement of technology, it changes the tools children use to learn. When it comes to reading, there are many different apps and programmes that can be used to keep children engaged and help them practise reading skills. Technology used as a tool for reading instruction can supplement …

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Mothers truly deserve honour

Rumbidzai Ngwenya Features Writer When Grace Muchenje’s husband died in 2002, she was only 35-years-old. She was left with four children to look after. Since her husband’s death, Muchenje resorted to vending at Glen View 3 Shopping Centre in Harare to make ends meet. This enabled her to feed the …

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Chidavaenzi’s novel ‘is like a movie’

On the surface, Philip Kundeni Chidavaenzi’s “The Latter Rain” (2016) sounds like another Pentecostal exegesis seeking to remind believers that things will soon be well because the latter rain is coming. Interpreting the latter rain like that will be a very grave mistake. It is like thinking that Ignatius Mabasa’s …

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Reading to your child: The difference it makes

If you are a parent or a teacher, you most probably read stories to young children. Together, you laugh and point at the pictures. You engage them with a few simple questions. And they respond. So what happens to children when they participate in shared reading? Does it make a …

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Zimbabwe leaves indelible mark at Africa Indaba

The curtain came down at the Africa Indaba travel and Tourism Expo in Durban, South Africa this weekend with Zimbabwe leaving an ineffaceable mark. Zimbabwe went to exhibit at Indaba sparkling with confidence courtesy of a paradigm shit of investment policy on the way to do business ushered by the …

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NPF abuses veteran nationalist Nkomo’s legacy

To those who have been observing the interesting roll-out of campaigns for the forthcoming harmonised elections by the multitudes of political parties in Zimbabwe, both established and upstarts, may have noticed that the cabal of Zanu-PF rejects that re-grouped under the name National Patriotic Front has appropriated a picture of …

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War veterans can’t hold the country perpetually hostage

THAT President Emmerson Mnangagwa is mulling coming up with a new package for the country’s veterans of the liberation struggle cannot go unchallenged. It is an open secret that the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association executives have for decades been a campaign machine for the governing Zanu PF party. …

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