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Zim Arts legend, Stephen Joel Chifunyise dies

One of Zimbabwe’s most celebrated arts practitioners and playwright, Stephen Joel Chifunyise, has died. He was 70. A statement by the family said the former permanent secretary in the then Ministry of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture, died after a brave battle with cancer. Below is the full statement: The […]

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HeartBeat | Unpacking the Period

The second episode in a series of three focusing on menstrual health issues and how these affect both women and men. An all inclusive panel discussion hosted by ZTN’s Robert Mukondiwa. Sponsored by the Swedish Embassy in Zimbabwe, Say What and Population Services Zimbabwe.

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Developing: Zim HIV drug shortage spills into Parliament

Mirirai Nsingo People living with HIV in Zimbabwe on Thursday petitioned Parliament over a shortage of anti-retroviral drugs at State-run health institutions. Fears abound that this shortage could lead to a high default rate and medical complications. Since 2018, the Zimbabwe Government has not been contributing US$6 million yearly towards […]

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Counting the Gains Photo-book Launch

A newly released photo-book showcases the achievements of female parliamentarians of the 8th Zimbabwean parliament during their tenure in office. The book was launched under a collaborative effort by Gender and Media Connect and the Research Advocacy Unit, with support in funding from the Embassy of Sweden and a programme […]

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Betting Knows No Boundaries

In this sports feature, centred on horse-racing, ZTN reporter Mugove Chigada speaks to 45 year old Sekai Konya, who is a keen follower of horse racing. According to Sekai, her particular area of interest in the sport is actually in betting. Having gotten lucky in the past, will she do […]

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