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Zim vs Bangladesh: Crunch time

Travel seems second nature to Zimbabweans. Almost a third of their population – approximately four million people – reside outside the country. But as a cricket team, even one that’s constantly at or near the bottom of the Test rankings, they remain vulnerable visitors almost everywhere. Zimbabwe’s home record reflects …

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Of Tuku’s HIV status

Garikai Mazara When Sam Mtukudzi died in that horrible accident in the early hours of March 15 2010, the father Oliver Mtukudzi mourned saying “death had robbed him of his only son”. Though the circumstances were tragic, we felt he had lied to the nation, that Sam was his only …

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House of the Day: Mount Pleasant – $300,000

  4 beds double storey, 2 ensuite, with showers, main bedroom with presidential tub, mordern fitted kitchen, upstairs, spacious dressing area, 3 lounges, one winter lounge, open plan dining area, sparkling swimming pool, gazebo with shower and braai structure, DLUG, carport, prolific borehole, 5 000l tank, double workers quarters, well …

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Plan to assassinate Tsvangirai and Mnangagwa

There is a plot to assassinate MDC leader Morgan Tsvangirai and Justice Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa, an emotional community hypothesis has claimed. As Zimbabweans reflected on the near death accident of Minister Mnangagwa in Harare Wednesday night , many likely influenced by state media speculation, rushed to link the circumstances to those …

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Zimbabwe’s richest woman: Divine Ndhlukula

  Divine with Richard Branson Divine Ndhlukula, a Zimbabwean national, is the founder and Managing Director of SECURICO, one of Zimbabwe’s largest security companies. The Harare-based outfit is a market leader in the provision of bespoke guarding services and cutting-edge electronic security solutions. Ndhlukula has done remarkably well. In less …

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