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“What is good for Africa is good for the world”

Radio Miraya The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon delivered the following statement ahead of Africa Day. AFRICA Day 2016 is being celebrated in furtherance of the African Union’s theme for this year: “Human Rights with a Particular Focus on the Rights of Women”.  This demonstrates ...

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Open up to children about sex

Walter Dlamini RESIDENTS have expressed concern over the alarming HIV and AIDS infections statistics among students at the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) saying parents must take full responsibility in instilling moral values in their children and educate them about sex, in a bid to curb the spread ...

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Hijack Zanu’s Million-Man march, youths urged

THE Youth Advocacy for Reform and Democracy (YARD), a pressure group, has urged youths to hijack Zanu PF’s Million-Man march and turn into an anti President Robert Mugabe campaign. YARD says youth should seize the opportunity and term it the “One Million Unemployed march,” while ...

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Youths no longer know the word “NO”

YOUNG people have long forgotten how to use the word “NO” regarding their sexual reproductive and health rights which is causing them to become more vulnerable in diseases and consequences they face when they allow other people to abuse their sexual rights, Zimbabwe National Family ...

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“King Lobengula Khumalo didn’t sell the country”

ONE of the most senior chiefs in Matabeleland, Vezi Maduna Mafu, on Saturday challenged the ‘historical myth’ that the last Ndebele King Lobengula Khumalo ‘sold the country’ to whites and the government position that young people in Matabeleland are leaving the country because they are attracted to Johannesburg. Maduna ...

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People scramble to withdraw savings

By Walter Dlamini MEMBERS of the public are reportedly withdrawing their savings from local banks saying they can no longer trust government with their money deposits. Ever since the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) announced it will introduce bond notes within two months, some people have ...

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“Rural arts and culture cornerstone of communities”

AMAGUGU International Heritage Centre in Matobo is conducting a study on the status of arts and culture in rural areas to explore the viability of creating a cultural advocacy for rural communities. The study seeks to encourage rural communities to look forward and develop not ...

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“We are tired of Lacoste and G40” – Mudenda

THE media should constructively build Zimbabwe instead of placing too much attention on factional fights taking place in political parties, said Speaker of Parliament, Advocate Honourable Jacob Mudenda. Speaking to members of Civic Society Organisations and media on Thursday in Bulawayo, Mudenda argued the country requires ...

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“Push for a law that will allow constituencies to re-call lazy MPs” – Mudenda

By Walter Dlamini SPEAKER of Parliament, Advocate Honourable Jacob Mudenda, has challenged members of the public to vigorously demand accountability from their parliamentary representatives whom they elect to represent them in the National House of Assembly. Speaking to members of Civic Society Organisations (CSOs) and ...

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NPRC withdrawn from Parliament, back to drawing board

THE National Peace and Reconciliation (NPRC) Bill has been withdrawn from Parliament and was sent back to the relevant ministry for redrafting because it violated the publics expectations, Speaker of Parliament, Advocate Jacob Mudenda has confirmed. The proposed NPRC Bill was gazetted in December 2015 ...

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