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Mahoso makes literary comeback

Elliot Ziwira At the BookstoreIf there is one articulate, and philosophical storyteller and poet to have emerged from Zimbabwe’s literary landscape, it is Tafataona Mahoso. After taking a sabbatical from the printing press for 30 years, following the publication of his poetic scorcher “Footprints About the Bantustan” (1989), the writer …

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Masomere on shifting base

Cloud Fusire Sports Reporter MANICA Diamonds coach Luke Masomere says he would have preferred his Premiership newcomers to start their maiden campaign in front of their home supporters at Sakubva when the season gets underway in March. The Gem Boys have been forced to provisionally use Vengere in Rusape as …

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Nadal through, Kerber out

World No. 2 Angelique Kerber was sensationally bundled out of the Australian Open tennis tournament yesterday by a woman playing the event for the first time, as a rampant Rafael Nadal powered into the quarter-finals. Hometown hero Ashleigh Barty also made the last eight after muscling past Maria Sharapova and …

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Calling for talks from burning anthills

Elliot Ziwira Senior WriterThere is so much talk about a Government of National Unity (GNU); talk which seems to be gaining traction, especially so with the coming on board of the Zimbabwe Council of Churches (ZCC), and the demonstrations that rocked our nation last week, setting our economy back $300 …

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CHINYENGETERE GETS WORK PERMIT

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE international Rodwell Chinyengetere has secured his work permit and is now set to make his debut for South Africa side Baroka when they face Orlando Pirates tomorrow. Chinyengetere joined the Limpopo side in November last year. The two-time Zimbabwe Soccer Star of the Year …

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