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Chigumbu samples tradition through mbira, marimba music

He said he was in 1994 the youngest mbira player in a group of 25 elders which had the likes of the late Thomas Wadharwa, popularly known as Sekuru Gora.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 19, 2024

Woman (29) implicated in US$238K robbery

Only US$6 500 has been recovered.
By Rejoice Phiri Jul. 17, 2024

Chitungwiza man faces sodomy charges

Prosecutor Anesu Chirenje alleged that on July 5, Chinozwa asked his friend, who resides in Mabvuku for a place to sleep since it was late for him to travel back to his residence.
By Rejoice Phiri Jul. 14, 2024

Chitungwiza man jailed 20 years for murder

The court heard that the suspects assaulted Nyatsine the whole night until he died.
By Desmond Chingarande Jul. 11, 2024

Chitungwiza Rotary Club donates books to schools

Ernia Sithole, a teacher at Matukwa Primary School in Marondera district, hoped the donation would go a long way in improving pupils’ reading skills.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 10, 2024

Chidawu registers milestones as he carves felines

The details or spots on the cheetah emphasise a lot on his effort to replicate God’s beauty on the cheetah.
By Tendai Sauta Jul. 8, 2024

Skewed policies hit Chitungwiza women hardest

Despite water challenges in her area, Phiri has made it a point that she has enough for her and the children to bath while sparing a few buckets for household chores.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jul. 7, 2024

Magaya loses ChiTown master plan deal

Kachiko confirmed that council negotiated for the cost of the master plan to be reduced from US$600 000 to US$180 000.
By Staff Reporter Jul. 1, 2024

The new silent killer: Drugs and alcohol abuse linked to deaths in Chitungwiza

Heartbreaks like what is happening in Chitungwiza and other parts of the country include, not only the grief and mourning of individual families, but of the whole society.
By Moses Mugugunyeki Jun. 30, 2024