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Diaspora: A low-hanging fruit ripe for picking

Victoria Ruzvidzo In Focus As  the Government, private sector and other stakeholders put their heads together to quell the economic fires that threaten to consume the economy, it is critical that focus also be directed towards a critical constituency – the Diaspora. Government is obviously aware of the potential contributions …

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Mbeu sows seeds for greatness

Arts Correspondent He could be the next big thing in contemporary music and he is determined to work hard towards that possibility. Ashton Nyahora, popularly known as Mbeu, is sowing his seeds in various areas widely and they have been germinating at an amazing rate. He has performed at big …

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Filmmakers implore Govt to revitalise sector

Tafadzwa Zimoyo Senior Arts Reporter Zimbabwe Film Industry Development Platform yesterday met Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa to present a policy proposal on reinvigorating the film and television sector. ZFIDP team that included Anthony Mutambira, Rumbi Katedza, Joe Njagu, Eddie Ndlovu, Munya Chidzonga and Shem Zemura also …

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Post-poll violence: Biti, Kunaka nailed

Farirai Machivenyika Senior Reporter MDC-Alliance principal and Harare East legislator Mr Tendai Biti and former Zanu-PF youth leader Mr Jim Kunaka reportedly incited youths that attacked the Zanu-PF Harare Provincial Headquarters during post-election violence in Harare on August 1. MDC-Alliance Epworth legislator Mr Ethrage Kureva is alleged to have paid …

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ED pays Chiwenga home visit

Tendai Mugabe Senior Reporter President Mnangagwa yesterday visited Vice President Constantino Chiwenga at his residence following his return from South Africa where he was receiving treatment. The Vice President was affected by the Bulawayo bombing incident in June, but could not receive thorough medical examination at the time as he …

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