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The Sunday Mail

The Leading Family Newspaper in Zimbabwe

Julius Nyerere (third from Right) addresses a press conference whilst flanked by ( from Left) President Robert Mugabe, Eduardo dos Santos, Kenneth Kaunda, Samora Machel and Ketumile Masire When I wake up on the 25th of May, it will be to the sound of music, echoes of my favourite Sankomota in the background. ...

SINCE Afrobarometer and the Mass Public Opinion Institute committed the heresy of declaring President Mugabe and Zanu-PF were the most popular and credible political actors in Zimbabwe at the beginning of May, we have been subjected to the kind of denialism that the opposition in this country have mastered over the past 15-odd years. ...

Nyasha Takawira Mutsindikwa Urbanisation is an inevitable process in any country and as such there is need to understand its dynamics and the context in which it is taking place. ...

George Manyere Since 2012, the South African rand has been depreciating against the US dollar – dipping to new four-year lows against the greenback. The Rand faced a tough 2013, opening on the lows ...

I am happy. The Zhuwao Brief congratulates Zanu-PF for retaining the Hwedza North seat. ...

The most unexpected phenomenon was the ease with which the ANC accepted the most unpalatable of compromises and retreats. Almost everything that had formerly been propagated as sacred proved expendable. ...

There are many ways of defining Economics; I would define it as studying the effects that different social conditionings have on the livelihoods of a community. ...

VETERAN swimming coach Malcolm Cocks believes the sport cannot survive without the continued emergence and proper nurturing of black athletes. ...

In conformity with the resolutions of the 6th Zanu-PF National People’s Congress in 2014, is it not a known fact which Cde Tyson himself has repeatedly announced that all illusory and envisaged changes within the party will have to be approved by the party’s First Secretary and President, His Excellency, Cde Robert Mugabe? ...

I have on many occasions, in the recent past, strongly and persistently advocated the immediate reintroduction into circulation of Zimbabwean dollar coins (but not Zim dollar notes at this stage), ...

. . . as Gutu preaches to Apostle Guti Bishop Lazarus – COMMUNION Today’s sermon comes from Romans 13 vs 1 and Exodus 22 vs 28. The MDC-T better be warned. ...

It is totally unacceptable that a true leader will refuse to accept defeat in an electoral process one would have voluntarily subscribed to. ...

The response was as swift as it was predictable. What we did not expect was the assault on the messenger, and even the decision to ignore the studied advice of one of their own. ...

There is an adage that goes, “The right time for an entity to finance growth is not when it needs capital, but rather it is when markets are most receptive to providing capital; in instances when the two coincide, then the money gods have shown their favour.” ...

Last week, the most educated President in the whole world, Cde Robert Mugabe, made reference to uneducated members of the Kalanga group of southern Zimbabwe who are notorious for committing petty crimes in neighbouring South Africa. ...

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