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This week’s instalment will unpack this seemingly innocuous statement into its constituent parts as a way of illustrating how the implementation of ZimASSET can be accelerated . . . ...

Tichawana Nyahuma When used as a verb, the word “sack” refers to the ending of an employment relationship and it has a somewhat interesting if not comical or even strange origin. It all began with the advent and growth of the automobile industry. ...

Bishop Lazarus – COMMUNION The first to speak in tongues were a section of war veterans a few weeks back and this Bishop was shocked because all along it seemed as these revolutionary fighters always stand for Zimbabwe’s integrity. ...

The most overlooked shortcoming to Government’s economic approach is its incorrect rubric for performance-based evaluation. ...

I HAVE personally had a thoroughly unpleasant time at the hands of Harare City Parking. ...

Levi Mukarati - Deputy News Editor Two weeks ago, the eastern parts of the DRC burned as suspected Ugandan rebels resumed fatal attacks in the volatile area. ...

President Mugabe pumps water from a borehole at Sikombela Detention Centre. — Picture courtesy of Friends of Joshua Trust Sikombela— was also known as the Gokwe Restriction area, and covered 500km2. ...

Wendy Nyakurerwa - Assistant Editor The United States of Africa remains a gigantic dream cherished by the great visionaries of genuine Pan-Africanism. ...

Cde Marufu On May 25, 2015, the continent celebrates Africa Day, with Zimbabwe — the Africa Union Chair — leading the way. Today, we publish the narrative of 83-year-old Sekuru Freddy Marufu Furarema, a Zapu cadre, who was handcuffed to AU Chair President Mugabe when the pair was detained by the Rhodesian regime. This is Sekuru Furarema in his own words. ...

Vivian Mugarisi As the countdown to the deadline for the realisation of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) continues, the time to look at how far we have come is now. African governments have the opportunity to access how they performed in meeting the goals. ...

As we will be celebrating Africa Day tomorrow, we remember some of the unfortunate issues that this continent has recently faced. ...

With Zesa still the only licensee in transmission and distribution, observers say the sector is still very much monopolised ...

There is an old Chinese tale in a book titled “Han Feizi”, dating to the third century BC, that tells of a salesman who is merchandising a spear and a shield. ...

MARK HARRISON MARK HARRISON wanted the Dynamos job when record smashing mentor Kallisto Pasuwa quit the champions at the end of last season. ...

About a month ago, there were two particularly interesting events in Southern Africa: the Sadc Extraordinary Summit and International Workers’ Day. ...

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