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    Anger over defilement of Inxwala site

    THE Bulawayo City Council (BCC) has come under fire for its continued sacrilege of the Inxwala festival site, amid calls that traditional...

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    Industrial attachment for O-level pupils

    Ministry proposes changes to school curriculum THE Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education has come up with a draft curriculum...

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    Zimbabwe’s disaster preparedness under spotlight

    ZIMBABWEAN authorities remain at risk of being caught flat-footed by natural disasters because of the country’s weak disaster preparedness,...


‘Second Mpilo audit more extensive’

THE Minister of Health and Child Care Dr David Parirenyatwa has said the second audit being carried out at Mpilo Central Hospital is more extensive than the initial audit and will cover all hospital systems to unravel alleged ...

First Lady charms ZITF exhibitors

THE First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe sent a crowd of exhibitors into wild cheers as she danced to traditional songs from Amakhosikazi Entuthuko, a Zanu-PF musical...

Pasuwa ready for double job

NEWLY appointed Warriors Callisto Pasuwa believes he can take on the double job of coaching the senior national team and...

Dub poet pens anthology

Mbongeni Msimanga WHEN one talks of dub poetry as an art genre in the country, the most immediate name that comes to mind is that of Albert Nyathi, an internationally acclaimed poet who has worked so hard to popularise poetry and show that it can ...

My Turn: When Zuze takes ‘kalata’ to his boss

IT is a tale akin to the legend of Zuze; the illiterate messenger who stole a loaf of bread from a delivery consignment but, unknown to him, the delivery note he eagerly brought back to his boss revealed that the consignment had been one loaf short on arrival. ‘‘Imwi akalata, imwi...

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