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Man in Trouble Over Morgue Selfie

Police have launched a manhunt for a man only identified as Tinashe Mugwara, who posted pictures on social media of himself standing next to a dead body being cleaned in a morgue. The morgue is yet to be identified. After taking “selfie” pictures in the morgue, where one of the …

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Covid-19 – Union Urges Teachers to Shun Zimsec Marking

Teachers around the country who usually offer services to the Zimbabwe School Examination Council (ZIMSEC) through marking exams have been urged to avoid that this time around in the interest of the safety. This was said in a statement weekend by the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) President, Takavafira …

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Matiza, Zimondi Declared National Heroes

Late Transport minister Joel Biggie Matiza and former Zimbabwe prisons commander Paradzai Zimondi have been declared national heroes. Matiza and Zimondi died from Covid-19 aged 60 and 73 Friday. Zanu PF national chairperson Oppah Muchinguri relayed to the families the politburo position that the late public citizens have been conferred …

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Dongo’s Imposter Appears in Court

A-23-year-old Harare man last week admitted to duping various people using an Ecocash number registered in musician Trevor Dongo’s name and asking for sexual favours from his female Facebook followers. Praise Dzveta of Churu Farm in Glen View, who was also found in possession of stolen military garb upon arrest, …

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Young Agri-Entrepreneur Shines in Rural Zimbabwe

While agriculture forms an integral part of Zimbabwe’s economy, many young people still think of it as back-breaking labor that offers little economic benefit. However, things are slowly changing, a growing number of young people are starting to see agriculture as a viable career option. 28-year-old Terence Maphosa is among …

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