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Rajput Pleased With Mavuta

Zimbabwe cricket team coach Lalchand Rajput has singled out leg spinner Brandon Mavuta as the biggest positive to come out from an otherwise disastrous tour of South Africa, where the Chevrons failed to win any of the matches they played. Rajput said Mavuta was certainly the shining light during a …

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Manica Diamonds Promoted

Manicaland’s flagship football club Manica Diamonds officially sealed their place into next year’s Premiership over the weekend when they took their tally to an unassailable 69 points with five matches to spare in the ZIFA Eastern Region Division One League. The Gem Boys, as Manica Diamonds are fondly referred to …

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Shingisai Suluma Turns to English Songs

In a bid to broaden her horizons and capture a new market, United States-based gospel musician and worship leader Shingisai Suluma is only working on English songs for her upcoming project. Suluma, who rose to stardom in the late 90’s, said all was not rosy in the foreign land. The …

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GZU Urged to Spearhead Masvingo Greenbelt

Government has challenged Great Zimbabwe University (GZU) to play a leading role in transforming arid parts of southern Masvingo into a perennial greenbelt by optimally utilising the Tugwi-Mukosi Dam in Chivi. The reservoir is Zimbabwe’s largest inland water body with a full capacity of 1,8 billion cubic metres with potential …

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First Lady Charms Budiriro Residents

First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa yesterday charmed Budiriro, Harare, residents when she spent the day performing household chores and promoting cleanliness to avoid the spread of cholera. Health authorities identified Budiriro and Glen View high-density suburbs as epicentres of a cholera outbreak that has claimed over 50 lives and the First …

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