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This is a critical four part series aimed at helping you change your mindset and have control over your life and decisions.
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From 1 PM CAT we welcome back Neuroscience- based Mindset and High Perfomance Coach who will be coaching us on how to Define, Design and Display the life we want to lead and live.
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She attended Ardbennie Primary School, Queen Elizabeth School & Trust Academy for her A levels where she studied Arts. In 2017, she joined Izwipoetryjam which groomed her into becoming a professional performer. One of her amazing pieces are "Me too".
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Tomorrow on the world's greatest - @undeniablyafrican, as always we bring you the best music, conversations and lessons. We start off the show at 12PM CAT with featuring Shaznay Wood AKA  @TheeAmmartian an 18 year old Spoken Word Artist /Poet/Writer.
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Lastly, closing our show from 2PM CAT we welcome Chipinge born Afro Pop Singer / Songwriter Ngonie Eyerie Matema / for the Undeniably African Heart Sessions as he shares some of the songs for his debut album Intimacy with God.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Apr 20
A ZANU PF member has claimed in court that his arrest on charges of stealing party regalia and $100 from a colleague is a result of internal fights.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Apr 19
GWANDA SOUTH has been dogged by serious water shortages, leaving villagers and livestock in dire straits, after boreholes ran dry as a result of the El-Nino-induced drought, which hit the country this year.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Apr 19
Mutasa RDC has announced plans to oppose MDC Alliance Mutasa Central ward 10 councillor Franck Chitembwe’s High Court appeal against the decision by the ZEC to hold a by-election for his seat on May 11, according to court documents.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Apr 19
FINANCE minister Mthuli Ncube on Thursday pleaded with Zimbabweans to be patient with the government’s reform programme in the face of the rising cost of living, saying the mess will be sorted in time.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Apr 19
A FIGHT looms between government and business over a new wave of price hikes, which President Emmerson Mnangagwa, in his Independence Day speech on Thursday described as unethical, unpatriotic and inhumane.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Apr 19
President Emmerson Mnangagwa said he has now realised that corruption is deep-rooted within the various institutions of the State.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Apr 19
President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita said in a statement that he accepted Mr Maiga and his ministers’ resignation.
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CBZ Holdings Apr 18
CBZ wishes you and your loved ones an Happy Easter holiday filled with joy and peace.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Apr 19
A NINE-MONTH-OLD Chivhu toddler died after he was choked by maize grains which he had picked from the ground.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Apr 19
Teachers’ unions have said their members are still receiving threats from government and State security agencies amid fears of a looming mass industrial action.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Apr 19
Dancehall chanter , who appeared to have disappeared from the scene, yesterday, said he had not quit music and is releasing three singles from his forthcoming album scheduled for next year.
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Apr 19
I’m now in Wink D’s class: Enzo Ishall
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NewsDay Zimbabwe Apr 19
GOSPEL musicians Jennifer Maneni and Daisy Mukariri are set to lead thousands in song at the burial of Karoi cleric and politician Chenjerai Kangausaru’s mother in the farming town today.
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