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Zodwa Wabantu wants to meet Robert Mugabe

Zodwa Wabantu wants to meet Robert Mugabe   Zodwa outside her Club Connect gig  Image: Courtesy Club Connect Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe has an unlikely admirer in Zodwa Wabantu, who before arrival in the country, was scared of being deported. Zodwa said before she made the trip to Zimbabwe some fans …

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Top 10 Africa Proverbs You Have Never Heard Of

1. The anger of a penis doesn’t destroy the vagina. (Zimbabwe) 2. There’s no virgin in a maternity ward. (Cameroon) 3. A child can play with it’s mother’s breasts but not with the father’s testicles. (Ghana) 4. The man who marries a beautiful woman and the farmer who grows corn …

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Veteran #SouthAfrica musician Ray Phiri dies

VETERAN South African Afro-Jazz musician, Ray Chikapa Enock Phiri has died. He was 70. Phiri, who was the lead singer of Stimela, died of lung cancer in a South African hospital where he had been admitted and being attended to by an oncologist. Tributes to the late singer were pouring …

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#Ghana fashion guru, Edward Enninful OBE confirmed as new British Vogue editor.

EDWARD ENNINFUL has been confirmed as the new editor of British Vogue. Condé Nast International chairman and chief executive Jonathan Newhouse announced Alexandra Shulman‘s successor this morning, calling Enninful “an influential figure in the communities of fashion, Hollywood and music which shape the cultural zeitgeist”, adding that “by virtue of his talent and …

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Does God Require Christians To Tithe?

Does God Require Of Christians To Tithe? By Gabriel Manyati I have been a Christian for 25 years this year, after giving my life to Christ as a 13-year-old boy back in1992. During that period, I have tried to be a diligent student of the Bible, which effort is rooted …

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History of Zimbabwe’s Tanganda Tea

History The Tanganda Tea Company has its origins in farming in the Chipinge district of Zimbabwe as far back as 1910, over 100 years ago.  The name ‘Tanganda’ itself comes from the name of a river that runs through one of the Company plantations, but to most Zimbabweans, it is …

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