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Who really was behind Gukurahundi? Mugabe, former lieutenants shift blame 17 March 2019 WHEN former president Robert Mugabe was swept away through a popular coup, the world celebrated the departure of an “evil dictator”.
People with albinism bemoan steep sunscreen prices 17 March 2019 LIKE most 12-year-old girls of her age, Primrose Moyo — who has pale skin due to a pigment disorder that barely protects the skin from the sun's radiation — used to enjoy playing outside with her friends even when the sun was blazing hot.
MDC Congress: Proposals to achieve unity, progress 17 March 2019 THERE is nothing amiss about the split of political parties, churches, football or other sporting teams, partnerships, corporates, or any voluntary organisation for that matter. 
Will the Health minister act? 17 March 2019 THE tears and emotion of one specialist consultant are more than just that. These are tears that capture the decay of our healthcare delivery over the past 20 years. 
'Harare's new parking fees  now at par with Sadc cities' 17 March 2019 THIS month the City of Harare hiked parking fees by 100 percent, citing an increase in operational costs. The Daily News on Sunday's Helen Kadirire sat down for an interview with City Parking spokesperson Francis Mandaza to hear more about his development which has infuriated motorists
Piracy: Cancer that kills creativity 17 March 2019 THE cancer of piracy has continued to gnaw at the very survival of what remains of the book sector.
What are they reading? 17 March 2019 The Daily News on Sunday's Assistant Editor Maxwell Sibanda caught up with different personalities who shared with us the books they have been reading lately.
GMM to set Byo alight 17 March 2019 BULAWAYO's White City Stadium B Arena will reverberate when the Goodness and Mercy Ministries train invades the venue in the Zimbabwe's second city in two weeks' time.
Miracle Paul to resume crusades 17 March 2019 YOUTHFUL televangelist and New Revelations Ministries' leader Miracle Paul, famed for Abraham's Tent, is set to continue with his gospel crusades next month.
A divided opinion on national dialogue 10 March 2019 Zimbabwe's prolonged crisis has not only polarised society but it has simultaneously sown a pervasive sense of doubt, suspicion, mistrust and even indifference on anything political, especially when it has to do with Zanu PF government. 
Tax issues of medical claims 10 March 2019 Sickness has no respect of affluence and it befalls us all. At a given point in time, we may not all be in a position to cover the medical bills associated with such sickness and to guard against that some may decide to take medical insurance. 
Complementarity crucial in health care delivery 10 March 2019 Public and private hospitals can collaborate and complement to deliver healthcare.
Poniso Watema: A force to reckon with in the education sector 10 March 2019 Growing up full of zest to one day become a leader, counsellor and role model to some, Poniso Watema has persevered and conquered her space in society, becoming the only female principal in Zimbabwe's eight polytechnic colleges.
Female mortician shares her fascinating career 10 March 2019 Not many people are able to handle just the sight of a lifeless body around them, worse still if it is not that of a relative or friend.
. . . as child support dwindles, Children in broken homes suffering, Shut out of society without birth certificates 3 March 2019 The Daily News on Sunday can report a perfect storm of worsening economic conditions and poverty is putting a squeeze on the source of income for poor single-mother families, many are once again flooding the courts seeking upward variations of their maintenance orders.
Drugs Derail Youths 28 February 2019 Gazing into an empty space, with a silver chandelier dangling from a nicely decorated ceiling, and a nicely built house that can be mistook for a mansion, Melody Mapanda looked upset and emotionally drained. 
Mungoshi's passing enriches heavens' anthology of authors 28 February 2019 IN his survey of Black English writers from this part of the world that we proudly call home, American author Tim McLoughlin described Charles Mungoshi as “Zimbabwe's most substantial writer not least because he offers such a penetrating and complex image.
Dress for the red carpet 28 February 2019 In previous decades a red carpet was used to mark the route used by heads of state on ceremonial and formal occasions. In recent years, it has been extended to be used by VIPs and celebrities for formal events like awards ceremonies.
Zim in dire need of a new health strategy 28 February 2019 In this paper we look at a number of issues including the challenges Zimbabwe has experienced post 2000. These are reduced healthcare investment, escalating healthcare costs and poor service delivery. In short the great gains in health delivery since independence have been lost. 
ED tracing Mugabe steps ... Zanu PF leader is stuck in the past 27 February 2019 While Zimbabweans had hoped that the fall of former president Robert Mugabe last year would herald a new era, recent events where the State responded viciously to citizens' protests killing 17 in the process has taken them aback.
Buy gold as an inflation hedge: AMG 21 February 2019 As rising inflation puts gold back on the radar for investors looking to protect themselves from emerging price pressures, the Africa Medallion Group (AMG) is hyping its gold bullion coins known as Krugerrand saying they are a must-have in the portfolio of risk-averse investors concerned about in..
A window into St Joseph's Mission Hospital 10 February 2019 St Joseph's Mission Hospital, in Sakubva Mutare is one of the 35 mission hospitals in the country. The mission hospital charges $7 for admission which is the fee as charged by Government hospitals. The motivation is to serve the community.
Khalanyoni Zim community that identifies with SA, Botswana 10 February 2019 Arriving at Khalanyoni Business Centre in Plumtree, Mangwe district in Matabeleland South about 200 kilometres south of Bulawayo, one is greeted by a huge election billboard of a beaming President Emmerson Mnangagwa portrait.
Govt clears air on doctors 10 February 2019 As doctors continue to vent out their disgruntlement with government over their remuneration, our reporter Pauline Hurungudo had an interview Health Services Board (HSB) executive chairperson Paulinus Sikhosana to hear the authorities' side of the story.  
Businessman helps victims of brutal Zim crackdown 1 February 2019 HARARE - Businessman Frank Buyanga has visited the wounded victims of Zimbabwe's deadly fuel riots, which have left 12 people dead and hundreds of others injured, taking some to hospital for medical care. This comes after his African Medallion Group (AMG) has established a humanitarian departm...
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