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The Sunday Mail

The Leading Family Newspaper in Zimbabwe

Innocent Katsande The dry labour market potentially has tragic consequences on the future economy. ...

On November 1, the European Union (EU) scrapped part of the sanctions it imposed on Zimbabwe in 2002 at the instigation of Britain following implementation of the Land Reform Programme. ...

There is need for the Central Committee to be monitored regularly by National Peoples’ Conference on behalf of Congress since the Central Committee acts on behalf of Congress ...

When we suffer from any kind of sickness, we prefer doctors to cure our ailment and not just the symptoms. ...

Zimbabwe has come far in terms of education development. There was a time during the colonial era when the New Education Plan was crafted in 1966. ...

Last week I received a number of calls and messages from people who were disappointed that my article did not touch on factionalism. ...

Bold decisions do not come from feeble men and women. They are made by people of valour. ...

In simpler terms, it is said history is the best teacher. It is not progressive to think and dwell on the past. ...

I also believe that captains of industry should meet Minister Bimha first, before meeting the President, to reconcile and consolidate their positions on fundamental principles regarding the trajectory industry should tread on. ...

Bishop Lazarus Because we have policies on land reform and indigenisation does not mean we have arrived. Because Zanu-PF is cleansing its ranks and ridding itself of undesirables does not mean that it has won the war. ...

Ill-advisably, our Government has taken to offer an endless rope of debt to the private sector, in some cases fostering a sense of entitlement to debt. ...

While it is given that the life of any revolutionary movement is defined by its ability to continue attracting membership through an enduring ideological framework, Zanu-PF lacked a rigorous orientation process after the liberation struggle. ...

That they lack experience and resources cannot be held against them as a disqualification. ...

Last week Chris Chenga, in his incisive weekly column, Open Economy, tackled a very important topic on the role of different stakeholders in resolving Zimbabwe’s economic challenges. ...

I am yet to see a Zimbabwean walking around in the nude. Across cities nationwide, it seems as though every third retail store is a clothing or textiles shop. ...

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