Life & Love

VP Chiwenga Ties The Knot

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has officially announced that Vice President Constantino Chiwenga finally tied the knot with his new found partner. Chiwenga united in marriage with Colonel Miniyothabo Baloyi, a serving Officer of the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA). “His Excellency the President, Dr E. D. Mnangagwa, wishes to inform the Nation …

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VP Chiwenga Finds New Love

VICE-PRESIDENT Constantino Chiwenga has settled down with army Colonel Miniyothabo Baloyi after an acrimonious divorce with former model Marry Mubaiwa, it has emerged. In a leaked video seen by NewsDay, Chiwenga is seen being interviewed by a Zimbabwe Statistical Agency enumerator and the VP — who doubles as Health and Child …

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First Lady Hosts San Kids In Vic Falls

Punching the air with excitement, children from the San community in Bulilima district are enjoying every bit of their fairy-tale visit here which has for the first time in their lives afforded them an opportunity to tour one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world, the mighty Victoria Falls …

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Man Kills Self Over Inherited Plates

Guruve based Josphat Zvitete committed suicide by hanging himself on a mango tree after a misunderstanding with his wife over inherited plates on Friday.Mashonaland Central deputy police spokesperson Assistant Inspector Naison Dhliwayo confirmed the case.“I can confirm a sudden death case in Chizanga village, Guruve where a male adult hung …

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Boy (12) Hangs Himself

A 12-YEAR-OLD boy from Bulawayo’s Pumula South suburb last week hanged himself while on his way to school.The boy, identified as Owami Mabhena, was going to school with his nine-year-old brother when he committed suicide“On April 26 at 8am, the boy from Pumula South and his younger brother, a male …

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Lockdown deepens mental health crisis

While other citizens and businesses operating in the informal sector spend hours on any given day running battles with law enforcement for violating lockdown regulations – there are some that simply break down.They cannot cope.In Zimbabwe, lockdowns come with a lot of financial strain to an already socio-economically burdened populace, …

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Cultural erosion depletes family cohesion

John Mbiti’s popular maxim “I am because we are, we are therefore I am” – which is an interpretation of Ubuntu – speaks to what is happening in Zimbabwe right now.Ubuntu is a worldview, a way of life shared by most Bantu speaking people, mostly Africans living south of Sahara.It …

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