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The Sunday Mail

The Leading Family Newspaper in Zimbabwe

At the end of apartheid in 1994, the white minority, of less than 10 percent, owned 90 percent of the country’s land. Against the above background, the new government targeted to allocate 30 percent of the land owned by white farmers to blacks in the first five years. ...

Traditional healers, ancestors and spirit mediums played a pivotal role during liberation struggle. During this period the African tradition believed in ancestors and spirit medium. ...

So, it is my worry that as we promise to create two million jobs on outdated competencies, then we are striving towards an uncompetitive economy; one characterised by high employment of antiquated educational needs. ...

The Roman province of Judea was created in 6 BCE and it incorporated the geographical regions of Judea, Samaria, and Idumea. Under the Romans, this area was a scene of conflicts and nationalist revolts against Roman rule by Hebrews. ...

The current xenophobic violence has one winner, the whiteman. The whiteman was also liable for mfecane and without making any apologies . . . ...

Some things you cannot unlearn. Things like revolution, like sovereignty, like the true meaning of individual and collective dignity. ...

Reggae music is a medium Rastafarians maximise to spread the word of His Imperial Majesty King of Kings and Lord of Lords Emperor Haile Selassie I and their general way of life. ...

So far so good. Long live Zimbabwe. Let Africa unite. ...

I would ordinarily not subscribe to the adage that blondes are devoid of intellect. ...

One wonders where some of the South Africans get their airs and graces from when the whole region paid the price for their freedom. Those who have doubts should ask the Angolans. ...

President Mugabe, as he oft does, wowed listeners with his two public addresses during his State visit to South Africa last week. On Wednesday, the gist of his address was captured in this sentiment: “We are part of Africa, part of the region we call Sadc, Southern Africa ...

Zimbabwe Open University Chancellor President Mugabe shares a lighter moment with the institution’s vice chancellor Professor Primrose Kurasha at the university’s graduation ceremony held at City Sports Centre in Harare today Prof. Primrose Kurasha Great leaders go for solutions, new ideas, and silver linings, even in the worst of times. They may change course,...

Zimbabwe has now joined more than 70 other countries, worldwide, that have crafted their own national codes on corporate governance. Countries differ in terms of culture, values, and other factors knitting their respective socio-economic and legal fabric – which can only justify why we can’t have a one-size-fits-all code for all countries. ...

Cheering students surround the decades old bronze statue of British colonialist Cecil John Rhodes, as it is removed from the campus at the Cape Town University, Cape Town, South Africa, Thursday, April 9, 2015, responding to student protests describing it as symbolic of slow racial change on campus. Cecil Rhodes lived from 1853 until 1902, he was a businessman and politician...

The Gamatox cabal is a dangerous cabal that is why they are living dangerously by creating the dangerous idea that there is a Zanu-PF split, a real Zanu-PF and a not-so-real Zanu-PF. ...

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