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Zimbabwe: Worship Experience 2 Breathes Life Into Easter

By Tafadzwa Zimoyo What a scintillating and thrilling performances! The Easter virtual concert dubbed “Worship Experience” held at Rainbow Towers in Harare at the weekend, breathed life into many homes as families glued to their gadgets for a masterpiece performance, which pacified what would have been a gloomy holiday, due …

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Zimbabwe: Reprieve for Defaulting Command Agric Farmers

By Zvamaida Murwira Farmers under Command Agriculture who failed to repay their loans at the end of last season owing to drought and the Covid-19-induced national lockdown, have been granted a huge relief after Government extended the repayment period by an additional three years. This means the debt has been …

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Zimbabwe: How Adversity Shaped Ngezi’s Unsung Heroine

By Tadious Manyepo NGEZI Platinum executive Rumbidzai Muyambuki is probably one of the most underrated woman in football. And she seems not to care. Her work in the background is easily unrecognisable until one gives it an afterthought. Accompanying the team manager Andrew Javachava, at his mother’s funeral in Glen …

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Zimbabwe: Local Surgeons in Another Successful Siamese Twins Operation

By Paidashe Mandivengerei A LOCAL team of paediatric surgeons has successfully separated a pair of twins joined at the abdominal pelvic region in an 18-hour complex surgery performed at Sally Mugabe Hospital formerly Harare Central Hospital. The Siamese twins were born three months ago in Banket, Mashonaland West to peasant …

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Zimbabwe: Solve Age-Cheating in Africa, Motsepe Urged

Johannesburg. — Former Orlando Pirates coach Augusto Palacios says newly-appointed CAF president Patrice Motsepe must find ways to deal with the issue of age-cheating in African football. Although the problem is not only exclusive to this continent, it remains a big headache for African football. Last year, Zimbabwe, Eswatini, Botswana …

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