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Suicide and men’s mental health

The subject of mental health, particularly that of men, has in the recent past begun to gain traction than it did in the yester years. In more ways than one, quite a number of individuals, governmental and non-governmental organisations have taken it upon themselves to spread awareness on this subject of mental health that, in the far past, had been marginalised for too long.

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Voices bellowing from heroes and heroines’ graves

The post colonial government of the Republic of Zimbabwe has set aside two days of the month of August; one for the nation to remember and celebrate the heroes and heroines who selflessly participated in the armed struggle for independence and the other day for the nation to celebrate the role played by the uniformed forces during and after the Chimurenga wars. Over the years, I have realised that there is no shortage of our people (including those in officialdom) who are ignorant of what it means to remember the selfless service to the Republic those who fought in the armed struggle gave.

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