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The Sunday Mail

The Leading Family Newspaper in Zimbabwe

Workers should be celebrated for they are the driving force pushing the economy forward. Only two days ago, Zimbabwean workers joined their counterparts from across the world in celebrating Workers’ Day. ...

Prince Ariyo On April 29, 2015, Sadc Heads of State and Government meeting in Harare adopted Southern Africa’s Industrialisation Strategy, which is geared towards transforming the region into a value-addition and beneficiation ...

Professor Ngwabi Bhebe I first met Brigadier-General Hashim Mbita while undertaking a study of liberation movements in Southern Africa. This study had been commissioned by Sadc. ...

Clemence Machadu Insight Xenophobia almost succeeded in stealing the thunder of last week’s events in the republic’s giant capital, including the Sadc Extraordinary Summit, as the private media’s camera lenses, print or broadcast, were apparently zooming ...

Vukani Madoda The Sharp Shooter South African President Cde Jacob Zuma used his Freedom Day address last Monday to take a swipe at African governments for letting their citizens reside in South Africa. His firm stance on xenophobic violence that has ...

Chris Chenga Open Economy Property rights seem to be a fascinating topic; a topic that especially arouses the interest of both the political and legislative faculties. ...

Munyaradzi Hwengwere Pictures flying on various social media platforms pertaining to the senseless violence in South Africa against fellow brothers and sisters suggest that something has gone wrong with our continent’s dream of a united and prosperous Africa. ...

The Zhuwao Brief continues with the theme of sustainable natural resources management this week. We ventilate and explore further the value proposition of tree and forest resources. This week, the Zhuwao Brief will touch on the ...

As expected, Minister Chinamasa has been running around but then he seems to have been running right into the jaws of imperialists clothed as the IMF. As usual the IMF is turning the screws slowly coming with the usual ...

Rangu Nyamurundira Zimbabwe is 35 years into its political independence. We have come of age in the exercise of the people’s political authority, which people have affirmed it as at July 31, 2013 to drive us toward the fullness of life – our economic ...

Phyllis Johnson in Dar es Salaam Hashim Mbita occupies a special place in the history of several countries in southern Africa and in the hearts of those who fought to take back their independence from colonial rule. ...

Some of the women at the prayer session organised by the Heads of Christian Denominations. – (Picture by Innocent Makawa) Keynote Address by the President of the Zimbabwe Heads of Christian Denominations BISHOP ISHMAEL MUKUWANDA of Trinity Methodist Church, Harare April 22 2015 ...

Being a country boy and having visited Botswana’s capital for the first time since the cradle, I was first intrigued by the bright lights in the city (talk of the “bright lights syndrome”); which reminded me of Dolly Parton’s “perhaps they (bright lights) are extra pretty to a country (boy) like me. Temptation waits at every turn and it won’t let me be. So...

Is it xenophobia that has given Tsvangirai the indelible impetus to boycott the June by-elections or this is just another stunt to extract relevance from an electorate that has democratically immobilised the so-called Movement for Democratic Change? ...

Ambassador Mwana Nanga Mwanapanga In August 2014, President Mugabe assumed the Chairmanship of the Southern African Development Community (Sadc) and in January 2015, he ascended to the helm of the African Union. ...

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