The Mufakose based traditional dance group Culture Warriors will represent Harare at the Chibuku Neshamwari National finals set for Bulawayo in August after emerging winners from a pool of 13 other groups.
The Mufakose group played the Dinhe dance to walk away with $300 prize money followed
“Letters are not law and have no effect of legalizing the process. Our introspection is meant to enrich the legal process and enforce proper legal instruction,” Shumba said.
“Unless if we want to annex a neighbouring country and administer its oceans, then what are we doing there. Maybe, Mugabe got confused when he officially opened Tokwe Mukosi Dam. He probably thought that Zimbabwe had built an ocean against the wishes of the imperialists,"
Three students from the University of Zimbabwe died on Friday when a car they were travelling in was involved in an accident along Samora Machel Avenue in Harare.
By Faith Zvorufura
According to reports from UZ, the deceased were part of 11 students who were coming from
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It was grilling time on Thursday for the Sports Club Chairman Zwelonke Mloyiswa as the SRC national Acting Director General Joseph Muchechetere found several operational anomalies in the club which has in the past years been run down.
It took 79 minutes for the glamour boys to find the winning goal, which came through the industrious, Quality Kangadzi after he outpaced Godfrey Mukambi and beat Tsholotsho goal keeper Chang Mariyoni.
Instead of putting all eggs in the export basket, African countries should leverage their broad natural resources base to produce products that cannot only satisfy domestic needs but lure foreign currency
The state is endowed with the power to compulsorily acquire land via public interest and we have it in our constitution, but what is public interest, are the communities consulted when there is an investment taking place.
“We are now working of downsizing farms which are not being fully utilised, to give others who don’t have land but want to embark on farming. So those with bigger farms will have them downsized,” he said.