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Cambridge University pledges to return Zimbabwean warrior skulls ‘taken as trophies’

LONDON – Cambridge University and the National History Museum say they will repatriate human remains taken from Zimbabwe during the colonial era. Zimbabwean officials want to recover the rema…

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SAHRC to investigate voice note by woman who wants black people 'banned', not pit bulls | News24

The SA Human Rights Commission has registered a complaint about a racist "pit bull rant" voice recording circulating online.

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Expected new House speaker says he will probe China business practices

Republican leader in the U.S. House of Representatives Kevin McCarthy said that he would form a select committee on China if he is elected speaker of the chamber.

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Goalkeeper Donovan Bernard named Chicken Inn's Player of the Season – Nehanda Radio

Ex-Warriors goalkeeper Donovan Bernard has won Chicken Inn's Player of the Season award for the just ended 2021/22 campaign.

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West Properties bosses scoop Megafest top awards

West Properties bosses scoop Megafest top awards

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WATCH| This Is How Botswana Woman Was Likely Executed In Bangladesh For Smuggling Drugs

Watch a video of how Botswana woman Lesedi Molapisi was executed in Bangladesh after being arrested for smuggling drugs into the country.

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How can Zimbabweans be helped when they don't want to help themselves?

There is a popular Chinese adage - 'it's better to light a candle than to curse the darkness'.Indeed, as the people of Zimbabwe, we have endure unbelievable unt...

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Dad (30) jailed 20 years for raping stepdaughter (12)

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TWO WEEKS IN REMAND FOR GOGO

GOGO Plaxedes Mashasha will spend the next two weeks in custody. She was yesterday further remanded in custody to December 9. Gogo Masha...

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Zimbabwe: Reserves Boost - Miners to Pay 50% Royalties in Gold, Diamond, Platinum and Other Mineral Commodities

Finance Minister, Mthuli Ncube has ordered mining companies to pay 50% royalties through physical submission of the commodities in a move envisaged to strengthen exchange rate stability.