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Jonathan Moyo and Kasukuwere savages Cephas Msipa over split claims

ZANU-PF Politburo member Cephas Msipa’s claims that factionalism in the revolutionary party could result in a split is a thoughtless proposition that has an effect of causing unnecessary confusion, Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo said yesterday. Msipa (picture) said earlier this week that he had met …

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Charamba Preaches to Zim Dancehall Artistes

Zimdancehall has upstaged other genres to become the household phenomenon of the moment. While traditional genres are struggling for survival, dance-hall is flinging its mojo into previously closed spaces.Ghetto chanters are staking their claim to the showbiz presidium, and the nation is reverberating along. It is the reinvention of culture …

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Grace confirms Mugabe must go

HARARE – She is now halfway through the comedy show that will take her to the country’s 10 provinces, but the nation’s laughter is unrelenting as the slapstick continues to unravel. We may have watched similar comedies, from Mukadota to Sabhuku Vharazipi to Paraffin, but the Grace Mugabe Show beats …

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Armed Robbers Jailed 81 Years

A 26-year-old robber will spend 21 years in prison while his four accomplices will serve 15 years each behind bars after a Harare magistrate convicted them on two counts of robbery, two of attempted murder and theft of a motor vehicle. The gang was in the habit of waylaying motorists …

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Tsvangirai’s Conduct Stirs Violence

MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai’s direct involvement in accrediting delegates to attend the party’s congress this month, triggered violence in Manicaland on Sunday as participants felt he was targeting people perceived to be aligned to the Renewal Team fronted by Mr Tendai Biti. Police had to be called in in …

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