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Gwanda CSOT improves infrastructure

By Lungile Ngwenya THE Gwanda Community Share Ownership Trust (Gwanda CSOT) has completed over 10 projects which are aimed at achieving sustainable economic development, education, health care and infrastructure. Gwanda CSOT has been funding projects since 2012 and have ensured improvement of food and health ...

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The demise of education in Zimbabwe

By Trust Gwasunda Education is said to be one of the fundamental needs of a human being, it is also found in Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs. For an underdeveloped third world country that has been and still is in the economic strife the above notion ...

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Chief Stanley Gwebu ka Mthozima leads Mzinyathi in the local Intwasa Festival

Clad in traditional gear, the chief joined in the traditional dance, there was no doubt he was accustomed to this and was not just putting up a show The area and event. Some 2 kilometre from the turn off to Diana’s Pool and along the ...

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With age comes wisdom: Meet Byo’s centenarian

By Senzeni Ncube The wise say with age comes wisdom—so centenarians must have plenty to share. This is true for one Mzilikazi centenarian who recalls her life experiences. Everyone has their own secret on how they keep the body healthy and strong. People often have ...

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Rural entrepreneurship key in development

The country side commonly known name for rural areas in the United States resemble a much more civilised and economic calm atmosphere than some of our towns back home in Zimbabwe. Urbanisation is not supposed to be a worrying phenomenon; youths in the rural areas ...

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Community care… helping curb TB

By Busani Bafana Ntabazinduna, 2 Sept. 2015 — Distraught and stigmatised, Moses Mdlongwa contemplated killing his son diagnosed with tuberculosis – a curable disease turning into a super killer all thanks to HIV. Mdlongwa (61) had few choices after his wife died of TB. He ...

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MDC President, Professor Welshman Ncube

Ncube:The Sour taste of marginalisation

By Professor Welshman Ncube This week I revisit one of my favourite subjects- devolution. When we as MDC fought the last election under the banner of ‘Devolution is our Revolution’, very few cared to pay attention let alone understand the essence of our message given ...

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MDC President, Professor Welshman Ncube

Ncube: Are we Zimbabweans really educated?

By Professor Welshman Ncube If there is anything that avid ‘career’ critics of President Robert Mugabe want to avoid, it is showering him with accolades on how in the early years of his rule he injected critical traction in Zimbabwe’s education system by making it ...

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Could Special Economic Zones be the answer?

By Bridgette Bugalo Although internationally celebrated for their contribution to the growth of the national gross domestic product, there remains a question of the extent to which they will assist women in the Zimbabwe if and when they are finally introduced and areas declared. Following ...

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Getting women to access ICTs

By Noreen Ncube Education is crucial in any society for the maintenance of the social structure as well as in improving knowledge of a certain populace. To access Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) women need to have basic literacy levels, which is therefore essential that they ...

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