ARV shortages explained

23 August 2017 CASES of drug resistant HIV are on the rise with more people now on second line drugs as they have become resistant to first line drugs, it has emerged. Health and Child Care secretary Dr Gerald Gwinji revealed that 35 000 people living with HIV were now on second line drugs a […] …
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Mai Charamba’s Voice of Miriam, a gem

23 August 2017 GEM! This sums up gospel first lady Olivia Charamba’s latest album Voice of Miriam. The product combines mastery in lyrics as well as perfect arrangement of instruments making it a gem of an album. Those who fell in love with her last album – The Gospel – will certainly find Voice of […] …
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BABA CHARAMBA GETS IT RIGHT

23 August 2017 …dominance to live on     TRIUMPH! This aptly sums up Pastor Charles Charamba’s refreshing album entitled Abba Father, which was worth the wait and purchase. His opening three songs – Abba Baba, Ndiregere and Jesu Garai – preach the gospel of thanksgiving, forgiveness and having faith in God. He urges both […] …
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Street Pastor on the run

23 August 2017 A street pastor who bashed another man for saying ‘amen’ is on the run and has been issued with a warrant of arrest for failing to appear in court. Ignatius Neshava, 33, who preaches in the city Centre was supposed to bring his witnesses to testify on his behalf that he did […] …
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Bev targets Werrason

HARARE – After a successful union with Congolese rhumba giant Koffi Olomide, Beverly Sibanda says her next target is Werrason. Congolese star Werrason is billed to perform at Harare International Carnival music concert on September 9 at Civic Centre Grounds. Werrason will share the stage wi…
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Harare carnival preps gather momentum

HARARE – Preparations for this year’s edition of Harare International Carnival are at an advanced stage as yesterday organisers of the event — Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) —  held a meeting with stakeholders for an update. The event is slated for September 2 to 9. “The meeting was meant…
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