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Nyathi in double launch against gender violence

Albert Nyathi United Nations Women Gender Champion Albert Nyathi on Tuesday launched a 17 track multi-lingual music album and documentary film on gender based violence. The album and documentary titled “I am because you are” captures issues of abuse of women in 16 local languages from the length and breadth …

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Zim author in international limelight

Ambrose Musiyiwa Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Arts Reporter Zimbabwean writers continue to put the country on the world map through their publications that are of international appeal. The likes of Dambudzo Marechera, Chenjerai Hove, Yvonne Vera (all late), Charles Mungoshi, Tsitsi Dangarembgwa and Chirikure Chirikure, among others, are some of Zimbabwe’s literary …

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Chegutu band honours Manyuchi

Mighty Express leader Herbert Masanje Tawanda Marwizi Arts Correspondent The small town of Chegutu is credited for producing yesteryear musicians that brought life to Zimbabwean music industry. Simon Chimbetu, who produced several hit songs, hails from the town while Wrist Brothers of the “Getu” fame where also based there. A sungura …

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Aspiring farmer duped of $7 000

Fungai Lupande Court Reporter Zanu-PF provincial youth member for Mazowe District Jonathan Nhamburo has appeared in court for allegedly duping a land seeker of over $7 000 using Minister of State for Mashonaland Central Provincial Affairs Advocate Martin Dinha’s name. Nhamburo (35), who sits in the Lands Committee for Mazowe, allegedly masqueraded …

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Gushungo bombing suspects mount fresh freedom bid

Fungai Lupande Court Reporter Four men, including jailed Zimbabwe People’s Front president Owen Kuchata, suspected of plotting to bomb the First Family’s dairy farm in Mazowe, yesterday made a second application for their freedom. Kuchata, Borman Ngwenya, a soldier attached to military intelligence, Solomon Makumbe (29), a Zimbabwe National Army corporal; and …

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