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Country Heads for Peaceful, Credible Polls

By Tendai Mugabe Harmonised elections slated for July 30 will be the most peaceful polls ever to be held in Zimbabwe, with 91 percent of respondents admitting that they had not experienced any political violence ahead of the plebiscite, a survey has confirmed. At least 76 percent of the populace …

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President Hailed for Preaching Peace

By Andrew Muvishi The Christian Community Police Network (CCPN), a group comprising the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) and different churches, has applauded President Mnangagwa and the Government for preaching and ensuring that peace prevails during this pre-election period. Speaking at the thanksgiving prayer for peace during the pre-and-post election period …

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This Peace Is Unmatched – Chiefs

By Walter Nyamukondiwa President Mnangagwa’s call for a peaceful election has resonated with the population, resulting in unprecedented peace in the run up to the July 30 elections throughout the country, traditional leaders in Mashonaland West have said. This comes as the President gave all the 28 chiefs in Mashonaland …

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Malunga Brings Back Old Hits

By Vongai Mbara Veteran musician Clive Malunga has released renditions of his old songs among them “Nesango” and “Jenaguru” infusing traditional musical elements to the sound. Released in a five track compilation titled “Chikende Antediluvian”, Malunga rerecorded some of his popular songs, this time only using traditional instruments like mbira, …

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Goba Tribunal Takes Oath of Office

By Daniel Nemukuyu Members of a tribunal recently appointed to inquire into the question of removal of Prosecutor-General Advocate Ray Goba from office, yesterday took oaths of office before President Mnangagwa. The tribunal chairperson Retired High Court judge Justice November Mtshiya and two other members — Advocate Takawira Nzombe and …

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Zinwa Prepaid Water Ready By September

By Golden Sibanda The Zimbabwe National Water Authority (Zinwa) will introduce prepaid water system for all local authorities by September this year and institute stop order payment arrangements for other bulk water consumers (farmers) in order to rein in problem debtors. Acting chief executive Engineer Taurai Maurukira, told Zinwa’s annual …

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Expand Contraceptive Choices, Says Expert

By Abigail Mawonde There is need to increase access to family planning services for young people, unmarried sexually-active women and to strengthen the availability of a broad range of family planning methods, including long acting ones, a health official has said. In a statement marking World Population Day commemorations recently, …

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Cross Borders Urged to Vote

By Walter Mswazie Zimbabwe Cross Border Traders Association president Cde Killer Zivhu has launched a campaign named, “Vote First Before You Travel” to encourage cross border traders not to travel on the eve of July 30 so that they cast their votes in the harmonised elections. The association has been …

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Mnangagwa should postpone elections

Last week, I published findings from my research of six years on how certain individuals had abrogated themselves the role of choosing Zimbabwe’s elected leaders through an elaborate election rigging plot. MKHULULI TSHUMA In that presentation, I highlighted that there may be over three million ghosts on the voters’ roll …

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Jah Prayzah for One Big Party

Jah Prayzah will make his debut performance at PaDziva in Dzivaresekwa on July 28 at the One Big Party event. One Big Party has brought life to Dzivaresekwa as many artistes have performed at the venue that is fast becoming popular with merrymakers. The party brings together celebrities and fans …

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