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Raising the Zimbabwe flag high . Swagga T in Germany All is set for the 13th edition of the World Festival of Children’s Theatre in Lingen, Germany, with Zimbabwe representative Children’s Performing Arts Workshop (Chipawo) scheduled to perform tomorrow afternoon.
THE tollgate court interdict application by Zimbabwe Human Rights Lawyers Association (ZHRLA) was simply a heap of a dog’s breakfast which the no-nonsense judge rightly dismissed in haste for lack of merit.
The passing on of Retired Air Chief Marshal Josiah Tungamirai robbed the nation of an astute veteran guerrilla leader and military strategist.
Police have launched investigations into the death of a baby at Prophet Walter Magaya’s church last week.
PROPHETIC Healing Deliverance (PHD) leader Walter Magaya has been sucked into a suspected murder case after a Dotito woman claimed that her seven-week-old baby boy died under mysterious circumstances at the cleric’s church service in Harare last week, police confirmed yesterday.
FIFTEEN teenagers from different Children’s Performing Arts Workshop (Chipawo) centres have been invited to perform at the13th edition of the World Festival of Children’s Trust to be held from July 23 to August 11 in Lingen Germany.
Dancehall artiste Guspy Warrior, famous for his hit Senunononga, has embarked on a national tour as an initiative to reach out to other cities.
Cletus Mushanawani in Mutare At least 35 bodies believed to be of liberation war fighters who were brutally murdered by Rhodesian forces have been exhumed at Guinea Fowl Gold Mine on the foot of Chiremba Mountain at Old Mutare.
ZANU PF chairman Simon Khaya Moyo yesterday waded into the controversy over the employment of non-Ndebele speaking teachers in Matabeleland saying the practice was destroying the children’s future.
Ignatius Mabasa Correspondent Someone once said, “It is well that war is terrible, or we should get too fond of it.” During the liberation war, in the Chesa area of Mt Darwin where I grew up, I hated being relegated to looking after cattle while my cousins were active mujibhas and chimbwidos.