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We’ll pay national debt in 5 years: Gava

Elliot Ziwira Senior Writer Mapfumo Peter Gava, president of the United Democratic Front (UDF) says his vision is to create a new Zimbabwe premised on accountability, fiscal discipline and respect for the Constitution. Mr Gava, the party’s presidential contestant for the July 30 harmonised says his party seeks to create …

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Zimfest Live 2018 Beckons

By Vongai Mbara The highly anticipated Southern African music and arts festival, Zimfest Live, will return in August for its 16th year in celebration of Southern African music, art and culture. Scheduled for August 11 at Kempton Race course in Surrey, London, the festival is set to bring together people …

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Race for State House – Democracy or Too Many Cooks?

By Elijah Chihota The nomination court witnessed a record 23 presidential candidates successfully filing their papers ahead of Zimbabwe’s 2018 harmonised elections. Indeed, this was good for democracy as all who met the criteria were able to file their papers. However, the issue which now calls for attention is how …

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Time to Tame the Traffic Jungle

By Shame Tarumbiswa The recent announcement by the Commissioner-General of the Zimbabwe Republic Police, Godwin Matanga, while touring Bindura in Mashonaland Central Province, that there is an exercise underway to streamline the ZRP, evokes hope; if indeed it results in the effective deployment of police officers for operational duties. The …

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Local Play ‘Liberation’ for SA Festival

By Kundai Marunya Following a successful showcase at the Sadc People’s Summit last year, renowned production house Savanah Trust will take their multi award-wining play “Liberation” to SA. This time around they stage at the National Arts Fringe Festival in Grahamstown from July 2 to 5. Savanah Trust director Daniel …

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When Bhundu Boys Guitarist Defied Odds

By Forward Nyanyiwa On June 27, 1991, exactly 27 years ago, one of the finest bass guitarists to emerge from Zimbabwe, David Mankaba, breathed his last following his brave battle against HIV and Aids related illness at the young age of 32. Mankaba died with all his guitar playing skills …

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Tuku Stages Memorable Act in Nyanga

By Godwin Muzari Oliver Mtukudzi was in high spirits when he led his Black Spirits band through a memorable act at Montclair Hotel in Nyanga last weekend. His performance was energetic as he alternated between old and new songs that entertained people throughout the night. People sang along to the …

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Sachiti Bags Regional Award

By Leroy Dzenga Herald Features Editor Roselyne Sachiti last week scooped a regional media award in honour of her outstanding work in covering health issues. Sachiti received the Titanium Award for Best Healthcare Media Content at the 19th Annual Board of Health Funders (BHF) Conference in Sun City, South Africa, …

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Be Proactive, Private Sector Told

By Tawanda Musarurwa Government’s role is to monitor and regulate the domestic economy, but the private sector should play a more “robust” role in facilitating the creation of an investor-friendly environment, Finance and Economic Planning Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said. The minister’s remarks come within the context of the recent …

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‘Moving Near Commercial Diplomacy’ – Three Ambassadors Present Credentials – Pledge to Strengthen Existing Ties

By Felex Share Newly-appointed ambassadors of Switzerland, Uganda and Guyana yesterday presented their credentials to President Mnangagwa at State House and pledged to strengthen existing bilateral relations between their countries and Zimbabwe. Mr Niculin Jäger (Switzerland), Mrs Barbra Oundo (Uganda) and Dr Cyril Hunte all said the relations should be …

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