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First Lady Meets Princess Zied

JORDANIAN Princess, Her Royal Highness Sarah Zeid, yesterday paid a courtesy call on First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa during which issues affecting women and children came under the spotlight. Princess Sarah works with humanitarian organisations supporting their efforts to reduce maternal, child and new-born mortality and morbidity and champions the health, …

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Low-Key Start to Border Reopening

THE Plumtree, Beitbridge, Victoria Falls, Kariba, Chirundu and Forbes border posts re-opened as planned at 6am yesterday for private vehicles and pedestrians, but there was only a trickle of people going through rigorous health protocols. At Beitbridge, the busiest border post, an official said by noon, 93 travellers had left …

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Red Lights Are Flashing Over Russian Dealings With Mozambique, Zimbabwe

Russia is clearly keen to boost its presence in Africa. “Africa is one of the priorities of Russian foreign policy,” declared Russian deputy foreign affairs minister Mikhail Bogdanov in a meeting of the Russia-Africa Public Forum on November 5. Last year’s successful Russia-Africa Summit in Sochi, and September’s presentation of …

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Young Warriors Skipper Targets Cosafa Success

AFTER enjoying a steady in domestic football over the last couple of years, Young Warriors skipper Munashe “Tetso” Pini has expressed his desire to use the upcoming COSAFA Under-20 Championships as a springboard to secure a lucrative contract outside the country. Pini, who has in the past been extensively profiled …

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Mutare Gives Birth to Another Songstress

Mutare has once again given birth to another songstress who is set to conquer the world of music. The UK-based songbird, Sharonrose Manhiri looks set to follow the footsteps of another Mutare born musician and BET award winner ShaSha. Sharonrose released her debut single Khumbul’ekhaya this Tuesday. Despite singing different …

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