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The Sunday Mail

The Leading Family Newspaper in Zimbabwe

A lot has been told, written, sang and dramatised about one of Zimbabwe’s foremost nationalists, Dr Joshua Nkomo. ...

When I was six-years-old, Simon Parkinson and Mark Pozzo had a radio show that my two siblings and I listened to on our way to school. ...

EACH of us has spoken about an issue with strong conviction. In some instances, we have had the opportunity to listen to family, friends, peers, and even strangers speak passionately about an issue or hobby. There are basically three views about career passion. Career passion is dreamland: People who share this view will tell you “to get a grip”, do what you have to...

This week I centre attention on the lease agreement. A lease agreement can be in respect of either movable or immovable property. In this discussion, l focus on the lease for commercial or residential immovable properties. ...

Uncle Sam turned 239-years-old yesterday. ...

Romi Mahajan For African-Americans, the message from white America is clear — even those we discard, even those outside the economic system are better than you. ...

How special are special economic zones? BY Rangu Nyamurundira Shall they be made more special than the creation of empowered societies of indigenous people which Zim-Asset underlines as the backbone to establish and grow a new indigenous economy? ...

Capital is the biggest coward, as the popular saying goes. And debt is one of the ogres that easily scares this coward to take to its heels! ...

. . . outdated ideas holding country hostage Dear reader, Bishop Lazarus is worried. Very worried. I am a troubled Bishop. This thing is haunting me so let me share it with you. There is a handshake that is bringing sad memories. I saw blood in Libya. Am seeing blood in Cuba. ...

BEFORE the end of 1961, the Southern Rhodesia government had enough of the National Democratic Party (NDP) and decided to outlaw it the same way it banned the Southern Rhodesia African National Congress (SRANC). ...

Following claims by some sections of the private media that US president Barack Obama has “snubbed” President Mugabe because the two will not hold bilateral talks when the former visits Ethiopia this July. The Sunday Mail asked Adam Bakili (pseudonym), a foreign affairs expert and international consultant, to comment on the matter, and his conclusion is that the reports...

The Zhuwao Brief continues with last week’s theme on how Zimbabwe has been able to develop superlative intellectual excellence on the back of its world renowned prowess in education. ...

Slyvia Chirawu Justice Mwayera ruled that children born outside wedlock were entitled to inheritance Audrey Pundo married Charles Pundo amid pomp and fanfare in 2001. They both took vows witnessed by hundreds of friends and relatives. ...

Here is a fool who intends to testify against himself. Here is a mad man with a healthy appetite for the gallows who intends to switch from plaintiff to defendant and eventually to the prison cells where he rightfully belongs. ...

The Zhuwao Brief of June 14, 2015 was lambasted for offering suggestions to the leadership of Harare Metropolitan Province on how human excrement could be processed in a manner that provides electric power to the city and also allows the city to stop the discharge of raw sewerage into its water reservoirs. ...

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