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If Elected, #Zimbabwe Opposition Leader Morgan Tsvangirai Promises to Give Land Back to Displaced #Zimbabwe White Farmers

Zimbabwe Opposition Leader Morgan Tsvangirayi: If I beat Mugabe in 2018 presidential elections, I will give back land to white farmers Leaked fundraising speech by Morgan Tsvangirai addressed to Zimbabwe white farmers who have resettled in England after Mugabe repossessed their land. Respected and honourable Zimbabweans I am pleased to …

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Big artistes in the city must pull big crowds

Martin Sibanda THIS past week a sister paper reported that approximately 400 people attended the Martin Sibanda and Ndolwane Super Sounds album launch at the Amphitheatre on 6 May. The launch came after there was some controversy around the album. Rumour doing the rounds before the launch was that someone, …

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The surprisingly sad origins of Mother’s Day

Olivia B Waxman PERHAPS it’s appropriate that the day on which the world celebrate mothers has an odd set of parents: President Woodrow Wilson is usually seen as the “father” of Mother’s Day — for signing a proclamation on 9 May 1914, declaring the second Sunday of May “a public …

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Union double faced on curriculum: Education ministry

Dr Sylvia Utete-Masango AT the beginning of this year, the Government launched a new education curriculum that brought with it a lot of changes in the education sector. It was received with mixed feelings by the country’s populace with those spearheading its implementation being demonised as it came against a …

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Why I am no longer Zimbabwean…

By Jean Gasho I have finally left Zimbabwe, its been a long journey, but like how Ruth left Moab, I did it, and will never look back. As a writer, I have not only left the country physically, but I have left the country emotionally too. During my time off Facebook, …

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