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No going back on coalition: Mujuru

FORMER Vice-President Joice Mujuru yesterday pledged her unwavering commitment to the proposed grand coalition with fellow opposition leaders including MDC-T president Morgan Tsvangirai, brushing aside recent conflicting statements by her deputy Samuel Sipepa Nkomo, as a sign of “robust and health discourse of super democrats”. BY RICHARD CHIDZA/NUNURAI JENA NPP …

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Big artistes in the city must pull big crowds

Martin Sibanda THIS past week a sister paper reported that approximately 400 people attended the Martin Sibanda and Ndolwane Super Sounds album launch at the Amphitheatre on 6 May. The launch came after there was some controversy around the album. Rumour doing the rounds before the launch was that someone, …

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The surprisingly sad origins of Mother’s Day

Olivia B Waxman PERHAPS it’s appropriate that the day on which the world celebrate mothers has an odd set of parents: President Woodrow Wilson is usually seen as the “father” of Mother’s Day — for signing a proclamation on 9 May 1914, declaring the second Sunday of May “a public …

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