National

Zimbabwe Fights Ivory Ban Push

Southern African countries are divided on trade in both rhino horns and elephant tusks as the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild...

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Africa

Zuma's Brother Urges Him To Resign

JOHANNESBURG – President Jacob Zuma has received the latest call for his resignation from his own brother, according to the Sunday Times, as the South African...

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International

South Africa's Kwaito Legend Mandoza Dies

Cape Town - Local Kwaito star Mandoza has died. He was 38. EWN reported the South African musician lost his battle to cancer on Sunday. Mandoza's - whose...

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Business

Zimbabwe Banking Crisis

Zimbabwean companies face increasing problems in making international payments and getting their hands on foreign currency.   This is owing to the termination of correspondent-bank arrangements by...

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Entertainment

Mandoza Brought Cultures Together - Zuma

Johannesburg – President Jacob Zuma has paid tribute to Mandoza as someone who crossed the cultural divide with his music in South Africa. "South Africa has...

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Sports

Highlanders, Caps United In Crucial Wins

By Sports Reporter Bulawayo, September 25, 2016 – BULAWAYO football giants Highlanders came back from a goal behind to finish 2-1 winners over Ngezi Platinum in...

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Blogs

Funding Mugabe's Regime Is Funding Our Oppression

By Dr Patson Dzamara ZIMBABWE is on the threshold of change. The ruling Zanu PF party, in power for the last 36 years, is crumbling. Abandoned...

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