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Zimbabwe: Govt Commits to Pay Civil Servants Bonuses

By Paidamoyo Chipunza and Nyemudzai Kakore Government is committed to paying civil servants their full 2016 bonuses and those calling for industrial action should give dialogue a chance, Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Prisca Mupfumira, said yesterday. The Minister’s remarks follow threats by civil servants under their umbrella …

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Africa: Why Mugabe Is Right On Succession in Zimbabwe

Photo: The Herald President Robert Mugabe with wife, Grace and daughter, Bona. (file photo). COLUMNBy Deus Kibamba Although birthday parties are supposed to be apolitical, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s have always been lavish, partisan and highly political commemorations. Last week’s bash marking the veteran leader’s 93rd birth anniversary was no …

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South Africa/Zimbabwe: Khama Billiat Attacked At Gunpoint

Photo: Mamelodi Sundowns From left, Khama Billiat fights for the ball against Egyptian defender, right. (file photo). By Grace Chingoma ZIMBABWE international footballer Khama Billiat had a brush with death in Johannesburg, South Africa, in the early hours of yesterday when six armed robbers pounced on the Mamelodi Sundowns talisman, …

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Zimbabwe: Afro-Jazz Duo Tries Hand in Dancehall

By Sheillah Mapani Upcoming Afro-jazz duo, Savannah and Ephrica, has released a dancehall single titled “Kumafaro”, which promises to make waves. Esther Nsoma (28) and Linda Munemo 25) formed Savannah and Ephricah in 2015. Their music journey started in Botswana where they used to run a home studio together and …

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