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By Ngoni Makaha Ralph Mupita, just another normal lad from Mutare, is a kingmaker in the corporate universe sitting at the helm of Africa’s largest mobile network operator, the MTN Group. An Engineer by...
In this installment of Stories from Dangamvura, Chris Kabwato looks at the history of discrimination in Zimbabwe, and the longing for identity among the families of migrant groups in the country. __
By Ranga Mberi A few days ago, a friend who works for the government invited me to attend the launch of “Brand Zimbabwe” in Harare. What was this about?
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