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Zimbabwe: Historical Monuments Take Shape

By Political Editor HISTORICAL monuments are slowly taking shape across the country as President Mnangagwa walks the talk on shaping the country’s narrative through cultural projects. This comes as the country recently celebrated its 41st Heroes Day anniversary where heroes, living or departed, were honoured through various awards in recognition …

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Zimbabwe: Songs That Liberated the Country

Bongani Ndlovu — Bulawayo Bureau The song “Kubuhlungu Emoyeni” (There is pain in my heart) by LMG choir evokes emotions of the liberation struggle and one of the singers, Cde Happiness Sibanda, breaks into tears each time she explains the meaning of the song. Cde Sibanda, a member of Light …

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Southern Africa: SADC Maps Growth Path

Darlington Musarurwa in LILONGWE, Malawi President Mnangagwa joins his regional counterparts here today for the 41st Ordinary Summit of SADC Heads of State and Government, expected to take stock of progress in deepening regional integration and promoting industrialisation. He arrived here yesterday and was met at Kamuzu International Airport by …

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Africa: Bone Marche’ Pours U.S.$12,500 Into Bonaqua Africa Triathlon Cup

By Felix Matasva Leading retail group, OK Zimbabwe’s upmarket store brand, Bone Marche’ has contributed US$12 500 to the 14th edition of Bonaqua Africa Triathlon Cup Troutbeck slated for September 25. The prestigious African multi-sport festival is expected to take place in Nyanga under strict Zimbabwe’s and World Triathlon’s Covid-19 …

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Zimbabwe: Sikhala Lays Into ‘Village Idiot’ Muguti

By Leopold Munhende Outspoken MDC Alliance deputy chairperson Job Sikhala has blasted Harare Provincial Development Coordinator (PDC) Tafadzwa Muguti over his reign of terror on Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), labeling him “a village idiot.” Sikhala was speaking on New Zim TV’s premier show, The Agenda to be aired this Tuesday at …

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