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The Return of the King!. . . Mapfumo Euphoria Grips Guruve

By Mirirai Nsingo Sekuru Chiwanza Makore (90) still has vivid memories of Chimurenga music legend Thomas Mapfumo’s first bira staged under a big Muhacha tree (mubola plum/hissing tree) in his home area of Guruve. Held in the early 1980s, sekuru Chiwanza remembers the day like it was yesterday. He can …

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Zanu-PF ‘Flooded’ With CVs

By Zvamaida Murwira Zanu-PF has been overwhelmed by aspiring candidates who intend to contest in the May 5 primary elections, the party’s provincial leaders have said. All provinces are expected to meet this weekend to go through all the CVs submitted by deadline day on Thursday. Zanu-PF’s provincial chairpersons say …

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Khupe Demise and the Gender Equality Trajectory

By Ruth Butaumocho Growing up in Kenya, Ms Sheila Githaiga (33) had often admired women leaders who would appear on television chanting political slogans while campaigning for political office. Politics became part of her life such that when she was eligible to contest for parliamentary elections, Ms Githaiga immediately threw …

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Govt Signs $1,2bn Tourism Investment Deal

By Isdore Guvamombe President Mnangagwa yesterday witnessed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding that will unlock $1,2 billion worth of investments into the tourism and hospitality industry from a Chinese company, which had been denied the deal for three years under the previous dispensation. Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister …

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President Hits Back At Critics

By Takunda Maodza President Mnangagwa said yesterday he would work tirelessly at home and abroad to end Zimbabwe’s isolation as he responded to queries from quarters seeking to make political capital by criticising his foreign trips. The new administration has embarked on a mission to cleanse a nation that has …

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