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Prostate Cancer Feature

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Totem and Religion
Maita basa Mhofu, Museyamwa, Mutunhu Une Mago. Shavaaa! Zvaonekwa Shumba Nyamuziwa! Mari yasvika, tinotenda! Aiwa Mbizi, chimuregai kani mwana, anzwa kani Tembo!! Mamuka sei Soko. Marota dzinotapira here Makwiramiti? Now, these are some of the numerous totems we have in the country, and are used in different situations. The question of whether the use of totems has a place in religion, especially Christianity, is one that most cannot answer. Chivanhu nezvechitendero zvakafanana uye zvinodyidzana here?
May 11, 2022
Mharadzano/Crossroad feature
Despite fact behind the secret and unknown things concerning crossroads or mharadzano, many people always avoid passing through them in fear of carrying away bad spirits that many people believe are found at these places. There have been more questions than answers regarding these crossroads. The places are viewed as sacred and are usually associated with where ritual practices are done as people dump all their spiritual problems. These crossroads are seen as places where spiritual traps are set, targeting individuals who pass by.
May 11, 2022
use of slang in schools
Kudhara ka ikoko, takaenda takaenda, check stance, ma one, mahorror !!! are the new street anthems for Generation Z, and slang has become the new norm. Language as a dynamic flow of spoken and written terms has made people create new meanings.
May 11, 2022
Zebra Crossing Feature
A zebra crossing, also known as a marked crosswalk is a pedestrian crossing, marked with white stripes, designed for pedestrians to legally cross the road and they are usually found in towns and residential areas. They are vital in maintaining order in the streets as well as protecting both pedestrians and drivers on the road. They are an essential part of the roads and there would be chaos without them especially in places like Harare’s central business district, where there are high volumes of cars and pedestrians.
May 11, 2022
2022 Grammy Awards
The 64th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony was held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on April 3, 2022. It recognized the best recordings, compositions, and artists of the eligibility year, running from September 1, 2020, to September 30, 2021. The nominations were revealed via a virtual livestream on November 23, 2021. The performers for the ceremony were announced on March 15, 24, and 30, 2022. South African comedian Trevor Noah, who hosted the previous ceremony in 2021, returned as host. Catch the Grammy's update courtesy of Tinashe Venge our Entertainment correspondent in South Africa. #GRAMMY'S2022
April 04, 2022
Prostate Cancer Feature
#DidYouKnow: Prostate Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in men all over the world. Is there enough information out there to educate our men about this disease? We spoke to various people about this issue & here's what they had to say. 
November 03, 2021
Agri Tuesday
Why are some farmers successful while others are not?  This week on #AgriTuesday we spoke to Onias Tawananyasha Mlambo, Senior Technical Agronomist at AgricuraZim   who helped us further explore this crucial question
September 22, 2021
Political Reforms : 2023 Elections
In a conversation with  Mr Tafadzwa Mugwadi  and Mr. Solomon Bobosibunu  (ZANU PF Director of Information Publicity)and (MDC Alliance Secretary for Elections & Electoral Resource Centre (ERC) Acting Manager) ; Loshto discusses  electoral reforms as 2023 nears. The ERC referees the main contenders (ZANU PF & MDC Alliance) as they debate their way to the 2023 elections.
September 21, 2021
Interactive Government : EP6
A listening government engaging with its citizens!  The citizens ask #HowFar? and the Government listens and responds #ThisFar!
September 15, 2021
Interactive Government: EP 5
The Public Transport System in Harare: What are the viable solutions? The government has been making, efforts to curb the transport problem in the city, however, it seems like there is still a lot that needs to be done as the public continues to cry, because of transport crises . This episode will explain the transport system and the possible solutions to the transport crisis.
September 08, 2021
Interactive Government: EP 2
The intentions of the president regarding to Zimbabweans welfare In this episode, we discuss the intentions that the government has towards the betterment of people's livelihood, and the efforts they are making towards improving the welfare of the Zimbabweans.
September 08, 2021
Interactive Government: EP 4
Re-engagement with former Allies and its importance  The second regime has been trying its best to improve relations and re-engage with its former Allies, that had been lost during the Mugabe`s era  In this episode, we are going to discuss how Zimbabwe at large is going to benefit, from strengthening relations with its former allies.
September 08, 2021
Interactive Government: EP 3
Government and NGOs relationships A non-governmental organization (NGO) is a non-profit group that functions independently of any government. NGOs, sometimes called civil societies, are organized on community, national and international levels to serve a social or political goal such as humanitarian causes or the environment. In this episode, are discussing the relationship between, the Zimbabwean government and Non-Governmental organizations since there is a belief that, NGO`S in Zimbabwe are supported by foreign countries to suppress the the government 
September 08, 2021
Interactive Government: EP1
The show where we discuss the strides our government is taking to improve the lives of Zimbabweans. This is where the government interacts with you as the listener as well. In this episode we took a look at the recent SADC Summit and it's relevance to the Zimbabwean people.
September 08, 2021
#COVID19 Diaries: EP1
Can your employer force you to get vaccinated? Is this a necessary evil?  We ask all the questions you want the answers to! Join Nyaradzo Makombe on a journey of discovery and inquisition on all #COVID19 related issues and how they can affect our everyday lives.
July 23, 2021
COVID 19: The Delta Variant
The delta variant  has completely taken the world by storm. Here in Zimbabwe, the virus is said to account for over 80% of all new Covid-19 infections. For the past 3 weeks, this has seen the country moving to the Stage 4 lockdown, as a way to try and safeguard the lives of Zimbabweans. Complacency is still rife among many citizens, but do we really have to wait for the disease to strike in our families to believe that it is no one's friend? We spoke to Harare residents who expressed how this variant is causing great strain on their lives
July 23, 2021
Unity- The key to KAZA dream realisation
This 10min piece looks at how countries in the Kavango-Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation area, namely Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana, Namibia and Angola can all benefit from a one-stop-destination in all the five countries. Political and otherwise cooperation is highlighted as key in achieving this noble KAZA dream.
July 22, 2021
Traditional vs Modern medicine: What's your pick?
Traditional practitioners have historically shared their knowledge and experience freely whereas Modern medicine, has stringent intellectual property laws and highly evolved patenting systems used to protect knowledge about drugs or medical techniques.  Which would you have? The one with full disclosure or the one you know very little on?
June 09, 2021
'Enhancing Women's Participation in Electoral processes in Zimbabwe'
Despite Zimbabwe's Constitutional requirement for all political parties to meet gender parity & equal political opportunities, the country is still far from attaining the 50% benchmark also set by the SADC Protocol on Gender and Development and #SDGs In a bid to address this issue, the Women's Coalition Of Zimbabwe, launched a 2year project aimed at 'Enhancing Women's Participation in  Electoral processes in Zimbabwe'
April 27, 2021
Prevention of Tuberculosis in People Living with HIV
#DidYouKnow: Prevention of Tuberculosis in People Living with HIV requires prevention interventions for both HIV infection and TB. This includes HIV counseling, testing, disclosure, partner testing and behavior modification to mention a few. Rumbidzai Venge speaks to Dr. Rachel Weber, HIV Services Branch Chief, CDC Zimbabwe and Dr. Blessing Mushangwe, Senior Program Manager, Zim-TTECH. Follow the conversation as they discuss preventing TB among people living with HIV in Zimbabwe. Courtesy of The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)
April 07, 2021
World TB Day
In Commemoration of World T.B Day on the 24th of March 2021, the President's Emergency Plan For AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through USAID and CDC Zimbabwe, made possible the following programme, which was implemented by various partners.
April 07, 2021