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Malunga tells story behind ‘Nesango’ video

Godwin Muzari Arts EditorClive Malunga is known for various expeditions, including controversial ones, but his most outstanding claim to fame is the video to his song “Nesango”. The video is still regarded as one of the best visual productions from yesteryear musicians. It came with a unique flair. It is …

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EU Blasts Harare’s Crackdown As UK Summons Zim’s London Ambassador

By Gilbert Nyambabvu The European Union (EU) condemned disproportionate use of force by the Zimbabwe government Thursday while Britain summoned Harare’s ambassador to London as pressure against President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration increased. In London, the Minister of State for Africa Harriett Baldwin revealed that she had “summoned the Zimbabwean Ambassador …

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TZ commends jnr players

Ellina Mhlanga Sports Reporter TENNIS Zimbabwe president Martin Lock has said efforts being put into nurturing young talent in the country are beginning to pay dividends. Most of the players that participated in the ITF/CAT Southern African Individual and Team Junior Championships recently qualified for the Africa Junior Championships. The …

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Chicken Inn set big target

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter FORMER champions Chicken Inn have set themselves a target to lift this year’s Premier Soccer League title after bringing in five new players from rival clubs. The Gamecocks have acquired the quintet of Clive Augusto from Ngezi Platinum Stars, ex-Bulawayo City’s Sipho Ndlovu, Malvin Gaki …

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Local Currency Recipe for Disaster

By Tinashe Kairiza Finance minister Mthuli Ncube’s recent pronouncements that Zimbabwe will revert to using its own currency, a decade after it abandoned the local dollar in favour of a basket of currencies is not feasible unless macro-economic fundamentals are addressed. Ncube last week said Zimbabwe will introduce its own …

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