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Zimparks Boss Acquitted in $3m Saga

By Tendai Rupapa Former Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority director-general Mr Edson Chidziya, accused of concealing an audit report in 2015, which exposed the theft of 56 rhino horns worth $3 million, was on Monday cleared of any wrong doing by the court. Mr Chidziya was found not guilty …

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From Gwanda to Australia On Music Journey

His name might not ring a bell in local music followers’ heads but his passion will likely take him to a big level. Plying his trade as DJ Spox, Australia-based musician Polite Moyo says he is determined to raise the country’s flag high in a foreign terrain before he brings …

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Chevrons Get Cheerleader

The Zimbabwe Chevrons have a cheerleader like no one this country has ever seen in its history — a Boeing 767 pilot who also happens to be the wife of national team skipper Graeme Cremer. Merna Cremer is not your everyday cheerleader. She flies a Boeing 767 and is passionate …

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Another Blow for Zifa Rebels

By Petros Kausiyo After successfully staging their annual meeting and becoming the latest ZIFA affiliate to shun the association’s detractors and hold such an indaba, the Premier Soccer League will now have a workshop next week at which the top-flight’s newboys will have their proper induction. The workshop, at which …

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26 Games, 36 Years and No Defeat for the Chevrons

By Robson Sharuko An impressive 26-game unbeaten record knitted over 36 years, crafted on English shores and defended in the Netherlands and on the home front, faces its biggest test today when Zimbabwe plunge into a high-stakes ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier against their nemesis Afghanistan at Queens Sports Club …

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