38 Yrs After Independence, 66 000 War Vets Still Undocumented- WILD

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By WILD | 38 years after the country gained independence, at least 66 000 liberation struggle fighters from the Zimbabwe People’s Revolutionary Party (ZIPRA) remain undocumented, unrecognised and disgruntled. Lungani Chakalanje… Lungani Chakalanje narrates her ordeal as she highlights her experiences during the liberation struggle. “I was 14 when I went to the liberation struggle. Minutes of terror and relentless explosions became a major sight. We bathed with sand on the river banks, it was not easy. Our sweat vanished into thin air. Although we did not carry guns we…

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The political middle finger we love licking

By Bhekumusa Moyo You will know that they have given you a middle finger when they conduct their rallies in the center of your poorest business district. The distance to the venue will tire even your strongest donkey. The chefs will arrive at four past afternoon for a rally scheduled for ten o’clock in the morning. By the time they arrive hunger and tiredness from dancing revolutionary songs would have reminded you that what you are here for is just to endorse another five years of the same lifestyle you…

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Chamisa Heads To Supa Mandiwanzira’s Home Area

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MDC-T Alliance presidential candidate Adv. Nelson Chamisa this weekend heads for rural Manicaland as part of his thrust to prioritize rural areas in this year’s election campaign. Tomorrow, the people’s president will address and interact with the people at Kondo business centre in deep rural Chipinge West in Manicaland province. On Sunday, he is off to Ruwangwe business centre in Nyanga North in the same province. The people’s leader has said his campaign is going rural to enable him to interact with the majority of Zimbabweans who reside in the…

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Nurses Are Getting A Raw Deal, It’s So Unpatriotic

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By Dr Masimba Mavaza| Nurses can only render quality services if their work environment provides conditions that support them and the patients. Positive work environments are important in achieving patient and employee safety, quality care and favourable patient outcomes. Healthy work environments involve all practices implemented to attain the highest level of nurse health and well-being, quality patient care outcomes, high institutional performance and positive social outcomes. Work environments play an important role in securing employee health and safety and obtaining a desirable level of productivity from employees. It is…

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Change is gonna come, slowly but surely, to African politics

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Former Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe (L) gestures as South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma looks on Something is happening in Africa. Slowly, and almost imperceptibly, a democratic revolution might be underway. Over the past six months, we have witnessed an unprecedented spate of turnovers in leadership, strikingly in countries not exactly reputed for smooth successions. Most of these exits have been more forced than voluntary. Robert Mugabe, who looked set on becoming the president-for-life of Zimbabwe, was eased out by his own ruling party. José Eduardo dos Santos of Angola followed…

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Does Chiwenga Know That A Stressed Nurse Is A Dangerous Nurse?

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A German nurse currently serving a life sentence in prison for murdering six patients may have killed 84 more, making him one of the country’s worst ever serial killers, police and prosecutors said. Vry interesting,Chamisa wl reinstate them come September firing nurses for demanding a better living condition,a stressed nurse is a dangerous nurse.Nowonder why Munangagwa ate poisoned gushungo icecreams n left for SA,poor doctors plus poor nurses equals poor hospitals — Sam Simbuleta (@SSimbuleta) April 19, 2018 Niels Hoegel, 40, was jailed in 2015 after being convicted of killing…

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Mthwakazi Parties Seriously Humiliated By Nelson Chamisa

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NOMAZULU-THATA By Nomazulu Thata| We have to ask ourselves pertinent questions and again humiliating questions regarding the Mthwakazi political parties in the region. Who do you stand for, what are your messages, why is the Mthwakazi message of regional development not sinking convincingly to the Mathebeleland electorate? Those red colours shamed all of us who want a regional leadership representation. Why are the politicians in the region failing politically to pull such a crowd when they make rallies in the region? When we come up with such answers then we…

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