A Masturbatory Exercise Called POLAD

By Wisdom Mumera Masturbation is a sick habit indulged in, essentially, for the absence of a real sexual partner. It’s a temporary habit to salve the natural ache with a simulation of the real thing whilst actually doing nothing. One has to fill their mind with wild sexual thoughts and romp through a blue cinema …

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MDC Alliance retains Mutasa Central ward 10 seat

By Nyasha N Mukapiko The MDC Alliance on Saturday clinched to victory winning  Mutasa Central Constituency Ward 10 by-election beating Zanu-PF with 253 votes. MDC Alliance candidate Rose Tanyaradzwa Mukodza had a total of 801 votes followed by Zanu-PF’s candidate Margaret Tindirika who had 548 votes and National Assembly (NCA) Tanyaradzwa Chirimo who had less …

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MDC Alliance retains Mutasa Central ward 10 seat

By Nyasha N Mukapiko The MDC Alliance on Saturday clinched to victory winning  Mutasa Central Constituency Ward 10 by-election beating Zanu-PF with 253 votes. MDC Alliance candidate Rose Tanyaradzwa Mukodza had a total of 801 votes followed by Zanu-PF’s candidate Margaret Tindirika who had 548 votes and National Assembly (NCA) Tanyaradzwa Chirimo who had less …

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Mnangagwa’s desperate search for a middle ground

By Wisdom Mumera President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been hungry for international acceptance since day one of 14 November 2017 and has since become a politician of no fixed ideological abode, constantly winging it and indulging in abrasive real-politick. Equally true is the point that he is afraid of reforming himself out of support from the …

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Nkosana Moyo quits national dialogue

By Pretty Chavango Dr Nkosana Moyo’s political party the Alliance for People’s Agenda (APA) says it has pulled out of the national dialogue being initiated by President Emmerson Mnangagwa, describing the process as an insincere attempt to resolve Zimbabwe’s challenges. In a statement announcing its withdrawal, APA said it was dismayed that the President bragged …

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