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G40 and the Laws of Power Scarcity

By Chigumbu Warikandwa People always argue that money is the scarcest commodity, but political events in Zimbabwe lately show that there is one other thing scarcer than money. It is power. Because of this quality, power is very difficult to share. The number of interested persons always outstrips any power …

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MDC-T Circus – Tsvangirai Denies Appointing Chamisa

MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has denied replacing acting president Elias Mudzuri with youthful deputy Nelson Chamisa as claimed by party director of communications Luke Tamborinyoka. Tamborinyoka issued a statement Wednesday indicating that Tsvangirai had appointed Chamisa to act as both party leader and MDC Alliance chairperson “until the president returns”. …

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Zimsec ‘O’ Levels to Re-Write English Paper 2 Exam

By Abigail Mawonde Candidates who sat for the November 2017 Zimbabwe Schools Examinations Council (ZIMSEC)’s Ordinary Level English Paper 2 Examination are set to re-write the paper on Friday next week following cheating that took place last year when the examination was administered.  Speaking during a press conference in Harare …

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Denver Needs Medical Support

By Evans Masitara The past weeks have seen one of our promising footballers, Denver Mukamba, being in the newspapers daily over his well-known disciplinary issues emanating from suspected substance abuse. This makes for sad reading given the player’s humble background and the hope we had that he could use football …

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Hundreds Register to Vote At a National Peace Concert in Bulawayo and Thousands Pledge to Uphold Peace Ahead of the Election

On 04 February 2018, Heal Zimbabwe in collaboration with Zimrights, Election Resource Centre (ERC), Zimbabwe Christian Alliance, Habakkuk Trust, Women Institute in Leadership (WILD) and National Youth for Development Trust (NYDT) hosted a peace concert in Cowdray Park in Bulawayo. The objective of the peace concert was to mobilize citizens …

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