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Talking Thermothins and Thermosculpts with Zimbabwe’s Constance Mapule Bhebhe

  By destinyconnect.com As the brains behind local makeup company Connie Transform, Constance Mapule Bhebhe creates products that cater to the needs of African women…

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Strive Masiyiwa’s new pay TV service comes to life in South Africa… from Zimbabwe

  By Tawanda Karombo Zimbabwean telecoms tycoon Strive Masiyiwa’s new pay television service, Kwese TV, has kick-started services in South Africa through a partnership with…

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George Munetsi and Vuyokazi Tshaya’s Dololo re-live the vibe of the Brenda Fassie era

  By Mashudu Kenneth Sadike Imagine this? A voice so sultry that it evokes emotions you never thought you had in you. You listen to…

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Enock Mudzamiri: Zimbabwe needs wide reforms to have credible elections. But it may be too late

  By Enock C. Mudzamiri Zimbabwe’s Constitution requires it to hold elections by July 2018. It seems unlikely that the country’s political system will be…

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Bright smiles for villagers as solar grid turns on the lights in rural Zimbabwe

By Tonderayi Mukeredzi Until recently, farmers in this town in southern Zimbabwe struggled to water their crops, frustrated by poor rainfall and the regular breakdown…

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Diamonds funding Zimbabwe’s secret police, says Global Witness

  By Brian Latham   Zimbabwe’s government is using reportedly money earned from diamond exports to fund its Central Intelligence Organisation, blamed for a raft…

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Alick Macheso turns on the heat at Phalaphala Heritage Festival

  By Lucas Styles Ledwaba and Feile Africa Zimbabwe sungura music legend Alick Macheso showed the youngsters how it’s done with a sterling performance at…

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Left, right and centre: Bemused Emmerson Mnangagwa comes in for a roasting in Bindura

  ANA Bindura – Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace upped the ante and attacked Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa, seemingly pulling the rug from…

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From Zimbabwe Special Permit to Zimbabwe Exemption Permit

By Tariro Washinyira     South African Minister of Home Affairs Hlengiwe Mkhize announced in Pretoria that the new Zimbabwe Exemption Permit (ZEP), which is valid…

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We are not British, we can’t be Blairs. We are not Americans we can’t be Obamas. We are Zimbabweans

  By Xinhua President Robert Mugabe this weekend said that he will not choose a successor as that would go against his ruling ZANU-PF party’s…

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The end of television, as we know it Zimbabwe: African Tech Round-Up: Andile Masuku

  By Andile Masuku   There hasn’t been a television in my home for nearly a decade. When I got rid of the last one…

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United Methodist Church: Task force considers placement for new bishops in Africa

By Eveline Chikwanah New episcopal areas, new central conference boundaries and various ways of increasing the central conferences’ capacities were all part of the initial…

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Reggae, dancehall, riddims and growing up in Zimbabwe: The life and times of Jah Seed

  By Helen Herimbi A beast of an SUV pulls into the parking lot and cruises straight towards the entrance. A security guard stops chatting…

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Primacy of the law has been asserted in Kenya – but the aftermath is unpredictable

  By Justin Willis On FRIDAY 1 September, Kenya’s Supreme Court delivered a surprise. Against the expectations of many, the court ruled – in a…

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Zimbabwe’s evicted whites farmers seek to mend rifts, hope to return to farming

Joe Brock and Ed Cropley ZIMBABWE’S Commercial Farmers Union (CFU) has said that some of the thousands of white Zimbabwean farmers evicted from their land…

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