Zimbabwe

By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 21st, 2014
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The Zimbabwe contestants who will represent the nation at the Umoja Flying Carpet Cultural Exchange Programme started off with a show at the Zimbabwe College of Music on Wednesday. The post Umoja: Zim team set to shine appeared first on The Standard....
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 20th, 2014
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Motorists are generally not that fussy where they buy fuel: but what they want is a quality product meeting laid down standards. With several prosecutions in progress or pending it is apparent that they are not always getting this. Charges have been made that some service stations are diluting diesel...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 20th, 2014
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The African Union must redefine its idea of the African Renaissance Dr Motsoko Pheko Correspondent The meaning of the term African Renaissance, now running parallel with Pan-Africanism in the corridors of the African Union, must be clarified, as it is confusing to people who know the history of Afric...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 20th, 2014
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Lovemore Ranga Mataire The Reader “READING Marechera” (2013), edited by Grant Hamilton, is more than just a handbook in understanding the brutal, intoxicating and nakedly unhinged profane use of language that characterised Dambudzo Marechera’s literary outpouring. What makes this bo...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 20th, 2014
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Cde Tichafa Samuel Parirenyatwa was assassinated in 1962 by the security agents of the white minority government, about 15 km from Shangani while on his way to Bulawayo on a party mission. The state agents tried to conceal his brutal assassination by staging a car accident at the Heany Junction level...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 20th, 2014
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Shimmer Chinodya Elliot Ziwira @ The Book Store Chinodya pokes at the nature of contradictions between power and generosity at the core of the middle class. SHIMMER Chinodya’s short story “Tavonga” in “Writing Now” (2005) edited by Irene Staunton makes an interesting rea...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 20th, 2014
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Robert Mackey Correspondent Israelis gathered on a hilltop outside the town of Sderot on Monday to watch the bombardment of Gaza LAST Wednesday night, as he stood on a hilltop outside the Israeli town of Sderot and watched the bombardment of Gaza on the plain below, a Danish newspaper reporter snappe...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 20th, 2014
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Stanely Mushava Literature TodayBook: The Rebel in MeAuthor: Agrippah Mutambara Publisher: South Publishers (2014) “The Rebel in Me”, a riveting stroke of hindsight by Agrippah Mutambara, is the latest nugget in the trove of liberation war history. The articulate, accessible and incisive ...
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 20th, 2014
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I increasingly come across people who claim to be in business and yet turn out only to be interested in making money and not giving a valuable service in return. The post Using my gift to serve has made a name for me, says Petronillah Sianyuka appeared first on The Standard....
By IAfrica
In Zimbabwe
Jul 20th, 2014
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It was reported in the News Day of July 15 2014 that government will soon register and regulate churches in light of recent human rights abuses orchestrated by church leaders. […] The post Registering of churches in Zim is absurd appeared first on The Standard....