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Electoral independence beyond borders

The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission was established in 2004 after the restructuring of the country’s electoral system. Since the 1980’s elections had been run by the Registrar General’s Department through the Electoral Supervisory Commission, which was later disbanded to give way for ZEC. By MIRIAM TOSE MAJOME The Registrar General’s department …

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Another Cattle Rustler Arrested

By Babbington Machingura A lower Gweru man has been arrested for masquerading as a Veterinary Department officer and stealing five head of cattle from unsuspecting villagers in Mdigane Village under Chief Sogwala in lower Gweru. Acting Midlands provincial police spokesperson Assistant Inspector Ethel Mukwende confirmed the arrest of Samson Mpofu …

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Satire Booming After Mugabe’s Fall

On A stage in a park in Harare, Carl Joshua Ncube, perhaps the country’s most famous comedian, is coaching a novice. Imitating her act, in which she pretends to deliver a baby, he mimes a doctor slapping its bottom. “People love to hear about bottoms,” he tells her. An hour …

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Fatherhood and childhood; dependence and supply

By Erasmus Makarimayi In the perilous times we’re living in of apostasy and heresy many have been shaken and confused. This piece isn’t premised on any denominational persuasion, but a strict and simple Bible interpretation. My purview isn’t to ruffle feathers nor to authenticate any human opinion. I am simply …

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Soul Jah Love Headlines Police Fun Day

By Tafadzwa Zimoyo Zimdancehall musician Soul Jah Love — real name Soul Musaka — is set to headline Family Fun Day celebrations tomorrow at Cleveland Dam. The celebrations which are falling under the Africa Day celebrations theme were organised by Zimbabwe Republic Police forces from Eastlea, Hillside, Greendale South, Greendale …

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