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Women bear brunt of political violence

Former MDC-T deputy president Thokozani Khupe in February spent most of Morgan Tsvangirai’s funeral holed up in a hut, fearing for her life, as party youths threatened her with violence. BY VENERANDA LANGA That same month, Zanu PF’s Zalerah Makari, the Epworth National Assembly member, escaped death by a whisker …

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Senegal to break out of shadow

MOSCOW. — In Senegal, the 2002 Soccer World Cup team remains a source of national pride. This year’s squad is eager to create some new memories. The run to the quarter-finals in Senegal’s World Cup debut in Japan and South Korea 16 years ago captivated the tournament as the charismatic …

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Gweru faces fire tender shortages

Gweru City Council is operating with three functional fire tenders out of a possible six, a situation that compromises on effective mitigation against loss of human life and property, NewsDay has learnt. BY Stephen Chadenga Speaking last week, at the commissioning of a fire tender donated by Mimosa Mining Company, …

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It’s a numbers’ game at campaign rallies

WITH next month’s general election date drawing closer, both the ruling Zanu PF and opposition parties have started playing the numbers’ game at campaign rallies — with some going an extra mile to bus-in supporters from far-away areas to portray a positive image about the level of their support base. …

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Cheetahs lose Roma Sevens final

Cheetahs coach Gilbert Nyamutsamba used the Roma Sevens tournament, where Zimbabwe lost in the final against Italy on Saturday as a platform to assess other players with regular members unavailable to the Sables commitments. BY Sports Reporter The Cheetahs conceded a last minute try for Italy to clinch the title …

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