Porge was educated at Hamilton High School in Bulawayo where he played both first team cricket and hockey. But whilst retaining a keen interest in cricket, it was hockey that would become synonymous with Porge.
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Zimbabwe is home to more than 22,400 refugees and asylum-seekers. Most of the refugees live in the Tongogara Refugee Camp in Chipinge District, Manicaland Province, while a small population live in urban areas.
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In a statement, Midlands police spokesperson Inspector Emmanuel Mahoko said the now deceased men, Pardon Muchaitei and Edmore Murindiwa allegedly went berserk and started stabbing fellow spectators at a sports field near Dzire Business Centre in Gokwe.
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Chirambaguwa told NewsDay Life & Style that he is the first to use such technology in the country, adding that he would be exhibiting his artistic talent at this year’s Zimbabwe International Trade Fair that roared to life yesterday.
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After all is said and done, voting is optional and people can decide to vote or not to. What leaders, government agencies and civic society groups can only do is encourage people, spread the message and ensure a conducive environment for citizens to freely express their will.
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Mupfumira is accused of allegedly paying US$3,5 million to land developers Drawcard Enterprises for the construction of low-density housing units in Gweru without approval by the National Social Security Authority (Nssa) board.
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Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Transport chairperson Oscar Gorerino heaped praise on the Zinara board chaired by George Manyaya on Thursday after a two-day tour of various road projects and tollgates.
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The first degree can be in any field. The competencies and skills developed through the study of the law are very helpful and are applicable to a wide range of related fields apart from the legal profession.
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Let’s unpack a bit more. Ephesians 4:17, Amplified, reads: “So this I say and solemnly testify in [the name of] the Lord [as in His presence], that you must no longer live as the heathen (the Gentiles) do in their perverseness [in the folly, vanity, and emptiness of their souls and the futility] of their minds.”
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“Forus party is deeply concerned about the unchecked people to people tension between the two sister Republics of Zimbabwe and South Africa. We are simply geographically separated only by the Limpopo River, but have a richly shared and common cultural heritage, languages and history,” Munyenziwa said.
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Different factors lead to success. However, the most important factor is to follow life’s principles. If a principle is not followed, it becomes hard to be truly successful. Life is governed and controlled by principles.
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The tournament, which featured teams drawn from N Richards’ branches countrywide was organised to promote physical wellness and team-building within the company. Having been inspired by the first event, they want it to grow bigger next year.
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BY STEPHEN CHADENGA A 35-YEAR-OLD Gweru woman whose son was allegedly sexually abused by a male neighbour is crying foul that no action has been taken against the culprit months after she reported the case to the police. The woman (who cannot be named to protect the identity of the victim) who resides in Mambo […]
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On Thursday at around 1300 hours, a motorist driving a Honda Fit vehicle along Chitungwiza Road lost US$2 500 cash and other valuables, all valued at US$3 000 after parking the vehicle near Zororo Cemetery to relieve himself,” police spokesperson Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed.
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Coach Mandla Mpofu said after the Uhuru Cup euphoria, and they are focused on winning their first away game despite injury fears on key players Ngala, Rahman Kutsanzira, Nqobizitha Masuku and Adrian Silla.
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“In 2021, donors, development partners and UN joint programmes contributed over US$135 million to Unicef programmes, including through the multi-donor, the Development Funds, to respond to the needs of women and children in Zimbabwe,” the report reads in
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It is shocking that African foreign nationals, especially Zimbabweans, are being blamed for attacking the Dudula members yet there is no meaningful or clear evidence to support these claims. I believe that these xenophobic acts are being driven by blind hatred. Nothing else!
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In a letter addressed to the suspended Zifa chief executive Joseph Mamutse and Kamambo, Fifa senior manager (member associations) Sarah Solemale said Zimbabwe’s suspension would only be lifted upon the reinstatement of the suspended executive committee members.
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“Playing at home is definitely exciting and we won’t have anything to complain about travelling. It is been long and our fans are going to be there and we are just going to be having a good time. We are really ready for the home ground energy and advantage, which we are going to utilise fully and maximise on,” Mlambo said.
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BY HENRY MHARA The Harare giants have five outright strikers within their ranks in Albert Eonde, Alex Orotomal, Tinashe Makanda, Evans Katema and young Luke Musikiri. But the quintet has contributed ZERO goals to the thirteen that the team has scored in their opening eleven matches of the season. Attacking midfielder Emmanuel Paga leads the […]
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Speaking at the church's annual Besinayi Convention on Thursday, secretary general Shepherd Chingwena told Home Affairs minister Kazembe Kazembe that the church needed more land to undertake various projects in Mashonaland Central.
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“On Thursday at around 1300 hours, a motorist driving a Honda Fit vehicle along Chitungwiza Road lost US$ 2 500 cash and other valuables all valued at US$3 000 after parking the vehicle near Zororo Cemetery to relieve himself,” police spokesperson Paul Nyathi e confirmed..
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“We are determined and we are confident and fully focused on going and getting three points. We know that we are not happy with our current situation and the only way we can change that is by winning games and getting back on that track that we have not been able to get to as of recent,” Terroso said.
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