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National Gallery to open its doors

Andrew Moyo The National Gallery of Zimbabwe will reopen its doors on November 5, with two exhibitions, “The Point of View” by David Palacios, and “Aftershock: Re-imagining Life After Cyclone Idai”. The iconic institution has been a lifeless space since March when it closed its doors after the Government imposed restrictive measures to combat Covid-19. […]

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Zimbabwe teachers in salary climbdown

Takudzwa Chihambakwe School teachers in Zimbabwe could soon call off their job action if authorities accept their revised demand of monthly salaries of at least US$360. This comes after teacher representatives met President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Monday. Another round of stakeholder meetings is lined up, with the National Joint Negotiating Council scheduled to convene next […]

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We’re Excited To Be Back: Raza

Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE All-rounder Sikandar Raza says they are delighted to be back, playing international cricket. The Chevrons last played against Bangladesh in March this year before the Coronavirus brought the sport to a halt. They now face Pakistan in three One-Day Internationals and three T-20 matches starting tomorrow (Friday). Raza believes the matches, set […]

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Top cops sucked into Rushwaya gold case

ZTN Reporter Two senior police officers have been arrested as the suspected gold smuggling case involving Zimbabwe Miners Federation president Henrietta Rushwaya continues to unravel. Rushwaya was arrested on Monday at the Robert Mugabe international Airport  while four other suspects  – Ali Mohamad, Gift Karanda, Stephen Chenjerai Tserayi and Raphios Mufandauya -were picked up yesterday. This morning police confirmed […]

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