Declare Women’s Day a public Holiday, says Mpariwa

Proportional Representation legislator Paurina Mpariwa has called on the government to consider declaring the International Women’s Day a public holiday, arguing that there are many gaps on the country’s public holidays calendar. Zimbabwe currently has about 12 public holidays on its calendar and these include, New year, Youth Day, Easter Holiday, Independence, Workers Day, Africa …

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Mangoma promise to end child marriages

By Daniel Chigundu Coalition of Democrats (CODE) Presidential candidate Elton Mangoma says if elected into government his party will seek to end rampant cases of child marriages and ensure that girls have access to schools. According to statistics, it is estimated that about 31 percent of girls in Zimbabwe are getting married before their 18th birthday. Early marriages not only deprive girls of education and …

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8 Things I Learned About The Tinder Dating App In The Past 2 Days

By Samantha Nyasha  Tinder is an online dating app. An intimidating one at that. Mostly because its known as an app that is used by people who want to hook up. This is why I always hesitated signing up. But, after a conversation with one of my friends who happened to use the app, I […]

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Police Brutality| In Gutu, Police chained Anna Masukagoto to a fence for 4 hours

by Watmore Makokoba Ngundu villagers in Gutu were last week left tongue-tied after members of the Zimbabwe Republic Police handcuffed Anna Masukagoto (45) and tied her to a local school fence for several hours accusing her of allegedly conniving with other villagers to resists the construction of a church on land reserved for cattle grazing The two policeman identified as Constable Dzinamo and Mlumbwa stationed at …

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