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Zimbabwe: First Lady Praises Teams for National Dress Designs

By Tendai Rupapa The national dress plays a symbolic role in the preservation of national values, culture and identity, as seen yesterday during the provincial launch of the national fabric spearheaded by First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa. Unlike other countries in the region, Zimbabwe was among the few without their national …

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Zimbabwe: Zim Surgeons to Help in Other Countries

Zimbabwean surgeons have been authorised to help separate conjoined twins from Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon following international endorsements of the country’s processes. The appeal from the two countries follows the successful operations carried out at Sally Mugabe Central Hospital early this year and another in 2014. Minister of Health and …

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Zimbabwe: MDC Alliance, Activists Warned Over Violent Demos

By Freeman Razemba Political activists and civic organisations sponsored by the MDC Alliance to engage in illegal demonstrations dubbed “The Winter Jest” over the Independence Day weekend have been told that security services are on high alert and will enforce all the laws, including the Covid-19 anti-gathering health regulations. Some …

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Zimbabwe: Independence Day: We Shall Forever Cherish, Celebrate

EDITORIAL Tomorrow, Zimbabwe will mark yet another milestone, the 41st Independence Anniversary, and what a journey it has been since April 18, 1980. Zimbabwe became an independent State after a liberation war that removed the racist Rhodesian government, which had made blacks second class citizens in their motherland. Now, the …

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Zimbabwe: Streak Resigns From His Rebranded Academy

By Grace Chingoma The Heath Streak Academy has been renamed Zimbabwe Youth Cricket Academy. This follows the resignation of the founder, Streak, the former national team skipper and coach, from the Trust’s operations. The academy will remain operational, carrying its mandate of cricket development countrywide, as provided for in their …

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Zimbabwe: ZEC Has Capacity to Run Credible Polls

By Victor Maphosa and Faith Katete The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has capacity to manage elections despite the complexity of the process, and is committed to dispensing its duties without fear or favour, chairperson Justice Priscilla Chigumba has said. She said this yesterday during her presentation at the Zimbabwe National …

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Zimbabwe: Hungry Villagers Rob Dead Accident Victims of Bread

By James Muonwa Hungry villagers Wednesday scrambled for free loaves of bread from a Lobels delivery truck which had collided with another truck at Buffalo Downs, with three people feared dead in the tragedy. The incident happened at Buffalo Downs, a few kilometres outside Karoi Wednesday morning. The trucks involved …

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