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It's 'Stupid' for Zimbabweans to Look for Jobs in U.S. - Mugabe
[News24Wire] President Robert Mugabe, 93, has reportedly poked fun at "stupid" Zimbabweans who continued to leave the country for "greener pastures" in the United States, only to come back home "empty handed" and "poorer".
Stop Using Birth Control So We Can Attract Investment' - Senators
[News24Wire] Don't use birth control because Zimbabwe's small population is putting off desperately-needed foreign investors.
Muridzo Makes Peace With Maselo
[The Herald] Fast-rising musician Andy Muridzo, who sparked controversy over his decision to join the Jah Prayzah-led Military Touch Movement ditching his producer Tapiwa Jera in the middle of a project, has made peace with the latter ahead of his album launch on March 22.
Former Studio 263 Actress Joins Wenera
[The Herald] Former Studio 263 actress Kerina Harrington has joined popular Zimbabwe television series Wenera.
Tich Mataz Trial Deferred to March 13
[The Herald] The trial of radio personality Tichafa Augustine Matambanadzo, popularly known as Tich Mataz in entertainment circles, who is accused of trying to smuggle clothes and shoes from China into Zimbabwe, was yesterday postponed to March 13.
ZimDancehall Artist Bemoans Vulgar Lyrics, Dissing
[New Zimbabwe] ZimDancehall artist, Eddylino has bemoaned the use of vulgar lyrics in the genre, saying it discouraged other listeners who might otherwise enjoy the music.
Smuggler' Tich Mataz's Case Postponed to the End of March
[New Zimbabwe] Prominent TV and radio presenter, Tichafa Matambanadzo, better known as Tich Mataz on smuggling charges had his case postponed to March 13 pending his trial.
Marriage Laws Need Urgent Harmonisation
[The Herald] Zimbabwe's marriage laws, in so far as they affect indigenous Zimbabweans, are in a mess because the executive and legislature have failed to harmonise the conflicting systems of marriage laws. Prior to colonisation Zimbabweans had their own common law.
Film School Braces for Digitisation
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Television and Film School of Southern Africa has intensified training of filmmakers in anticipation of high demand of film content once the digitisation exercise currently underway is completed. After digitisation, the country is expecting to have 12 television channels. So far, the Zimbabwe Television and Film School of Southern Africa has held workshops in various parts of the country teaching aspiring filmmakers the core subjects of film such as production, script writing and cinematograph
Bring Back National Youth Service - Mugabe
[The Herald] PRESIDENT Mugabe has called for the re-introduction of the National Youth Service to help mould disciplined and well-focused youths who are productive and ready to defend their country. President Mugabe urged the youths to take advantage of the Chitepo Ideological College in Masvingo to learn more about the country's history. Said President Mugabe: "There also must be National Youth Service. We certainly must start the National Youth Service Programme. I don't know why we have slowed down, we dragged our f
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