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2019: The year everything went wrong

guest column:Crecey Kuyedzwa From a clampdown on protesters over a massive fuel price hike, to rolling 18-hour power cuts, Zimbabwe’s government — led by President Emmerson Mnangagwa — had its work cut out in 2019. By the end of the year, former South African President Thabo Mbeki visited Zimbabwe, engaging …

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The three villagers, demise of hope

Develop me :Tapiwa Gomo It was somewhere in the mid-1980s when I joined my grandparents in one of the villages in Mashonaland Central province. At the time, the country had a functioning economy, which gave millions of people hope for a much better future. Coming out of many decades of …

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DeMbare join Kawondera race

BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA Having been criticised for signing novices and players of low profiles, Dynamos have shifted their focus to big names among them Ralph Kawondera who was at Triangle last season as they seek to bolster their squad for the 2020 season. DeMbare are also negotiating with Black Rhinos …

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Ariel commits to Highlanders

BY FORTUNE MBELE Goalkeeper Ariel Sibanda (pictured) has committed to Highlanders and only a good offer from outside the country can persuade him to leave the Bulawayo giants. NewsDay Sport has been informed that Sibanda, who turns 31 in a few week’s time, is on Norman Mapeza’s Chippa United radar …

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ED army jest triggers storm

BY BLESSED MHLANGA OPPOSITION politicians and analysts have challenged President Emmerson Mnangagwa (pictured) to publicly apologise over the “insensitive and tasteless jokes” he made in Harare last week, particularly his threat to deploy soldiers to beat up residents of Kuwadzana high-density suburb should he discover they were responsible for the …

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