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‘I stand for the good of all Murewa Ward 9 residents’

Aspiring Murewa Rural District Council (MRDC) candidate, Pauline Sixpence is leaving nothing to chance. She is traversing her entire Ward, encouraging people to go and vote during the July 30, Harmonised Elections. This will be her second time to run for public office. Sixpence, a member of the opposition party, …

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No job too big, small for Fossil Agro

Fossil Agro (Pvt) Ltd is an established company with vast experience in the business of distribution of Agricultural Chemicals in Zimbabwe namely herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and nematicides. No job is too big or too small for Fossil Agro as we are able to supply the big corporations in the sugar, …

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Holy Ghost, take over!

Bishop B. Manjoro Dunamis I am happy to talk to you today about the Holy Spirit. The Holy Ghost is the third person of the Godhead. You see we need the Holy Ghost in our lives. Have you been going through a rough patch and wondering how you will make …

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Aspiring MP who takes no prisoners

Mashonaland West Bureau Chief Very few women have dared to challenge men in their areas of dominance and succeeded. Some of these, including chessmaster Irina Krush and Washington DC police chief Cathy Lanier, have had to go the extra mile to break the barriers and match their male counterparts. Krush …

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Plan International gets bold on safeguarding children

Blessing Mushohwe World news has for a long time carried headlines of allegations where those entrusted with working for a particular group or community as aid/relief, development or peacekeeping workers become engaged in abusive or exploitative conduct with the locals, particularly children, young girls and women. Topping the list is …

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MDC Alliance hoping to reap where it refused to sow

RADAR WE  now know which candidates will be contesting in the July 30 presidential elections. We also know the favourites, but, except for one, even among or between the front-runners, we are not so sure about some of the political parties. Including something called an MDC Alliance! Which exposes the …

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It’s time for Thai in Harare

The Epicurean Thai cuisine is known for a stunning variety of visual delights and content flavours, some of them very hot, and for the use of a range of herbs, spices and other leaf or fruit ingredients that give it a unique style set apart from the Chinese and Indian …

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Commonwealth: ‘The ball’s in Zim’s court’

THE INTERVIEW Sifelani Tsiko ZIMBABWE pulled out of the Commonwealth in 2003 after it was suspended at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Abuja, Nigeria. But now as relations thaw in the wake of Mr Mugabe’s resignation and the subsequent ascension of President Mnangagwa, Zimbabwe has expressed readiness …

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