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Local Artists Mourn Legendary Masekela

The local arts sector is mourning death of the South African legendary jazz musician Bra Hugh Masekela who passed on yesterday morning after a battle with prostate cancer. He was 78. Masekela was a trumpeter, flugel hornist, cornetist, composer and singer. He is considered the “father of South African jazz”. …

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Livestock Situation Satisfactory’

By Mellisa Mutasa The Zimbabwe Farmers’ Union (ZFU) yesterday said the condition of livestock in most parts of the country is satisfactory, as pastures and drinking water continue to be readily available. ZFU president Mr Wonder Chabikwa said the condition of cattle in drier parts of the country started to …

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ED’s Audacity of Hope to Canaan

OPINIONBy Lovemore Ranga Mataire President Mnangagwa’s interview with Alec Russell of the London-based Financial Times was illuminating in many ways. For a start, the President seemed to have been in a relaxed mood, which unlocked some stringency typical of conversations with persons of his stature. The relaxed environment inspired or …

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VP Mohadi Says Has Reached Zenith of His Career, Needs Nothing More

Vice President Kembo Mohadi says he has reached the zenith of his political career by becoming one of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s deputies and is not looking any further. Speaking to thousands of Zanu PF party loyalists at Joshua Nkomo Polytechnic during celebrations to mark his rise to the post of …

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