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Inside the minds of serial killers

In this article I hope to address psychological issues around murder sagas that appear to be prevalent in the country and offer advice on how people can handle their emotions.
By Bothwell Matewe Jan. 31, 2023

4 murders, jammed guns & fleeing cops

Another police officer who was also caught up in the exchange was injured when his firearm jammed while exchanging gunfire with Muvevi.
By Problem Masau and Desmond Chingarande Jan. 21, 2023

There is more to life than just spirituality

Once upon a time I had a friend who was very focused
By Grace Chirenje Jan. 20, 2023

Give us space in Muvevi case, police urge media

In a statement yesterday, police said interviews with witnesses might affect on-going investigations.
By Donald Nyandoro Jan. 19, 2023

Feature: Harmful practices bleed the border

The women speak momentarily to the soldiers, then they proceed on the dusty paths that lead into Mozambique.
By Linda Mujuru Jan. 13, 2023

Actions to end load shedding and achieve energy security

ZIMBABWE is currently experiencing a depressed power supply situation, which was exacerbated by the reduced power production from Kariba Power Station.
By Michael Zuze Dec. 23, 2022

Dynamos set to lose defender Muringai

DYNAMOS are set to lose defender Tino Muringai, who is on his way to join Mozambique champions, UD Songo.
By Henry Mhara Dec. 21, 2022

Energy minister finally shows up in Parly

Soda told Parliament that government had come up with measures to mitigate the power crisis in the country.
By Harriet Chikandiwa Dec. 16, 2022

Thirty jihadist suspects killed in Mozambique - Samim

Nangade still has strongholds of jihadists, who have carried out daily attacks against villages, farms and military positions.
By Bbc News Dec. 1, 2022