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I’m Recovering – Tsvangirai

Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader, Morgan Tsvangirai has poured cold water on rumors circulating in the media that he is critically ill ,saying he is stable and the process is under control. Local and international media were reporting that the MDC-Alliance leader is critically ill in a South African hospital , …

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Mugabe Must Focus On Writing Memoirs

By Nick Mangwana There are reports concerning a development in our polity where our former leader Cde Robert Mugabe is said to be attempting to play the joker. He is not so subtly trying to use whatever clout he believes he has to endorse a candidate for the next harmonised …

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UNWTO Looters Arrested

By Takunda Maodza The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission yesterday arrested Gender Commission chairperson Margaret Sangarwe and other officials that were involved in the organisation of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) conference held in Victoria Falls in 2013, after it emerged that they allegedly swindled the State of millions of …

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Coventry Pledges to Improve IOC Athletes’ Commission

Following a vote of confidence from all members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s Athletes’ Commission (AC), Zimbabwean Olympics swimmer Kirsty Coventry was officially appointed by the IOC president as the Commission’s chair during a joint meeting between the IOC executive board and Athletes Commission in Pyeongchang, South Korea, yesterday. …

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