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Bishop Lazarus TODAY’S sermon comes from Romans 12:17-21. I hope politicians will allow your poor Bishop to preach the word as it was written in the holy book. As I preach, I hope I won’t be accused of trespassing into dangerous waters. ...

Leisure Correspondent WHAT is going on? There is a shockingly growing trend of African women donning hair, either from India or Brazil, sometimes synthetic – the final look, looks anything but African. ...

The Zhuwao Brief hopes that this will be the last instalment of this series on narratives of regime change after running three distinct threads in articles published in The Sunday Mail since September 2014. ...

For economic growth to happen, it is necessary to make a conscious effort to maintain parity between citizens’ standards of life (income levels) and the cost of living. ...

MOST companies collect their tax clearance certificates for the trading year in January. ...

The Josiah Magama Tongogara Legacy Foundation was established in memory of the late African freedom fighter, General JM Tongogara, the commander of the military campaign for the liberation of Zimbabwe, who is revered as a National Hero. ...

Cde Mugabe and Cde Tongogara during the days of the liberation struggle in Mozambique Phyllis Johnson In January 1980, 35 years ago, Zimbabwe entered the delicate transition to Independence, the ceasefire was beginning to take hold ending the liberation war that brought democratic elections in February and Independence on April 18. ...

President Mugabe could assume the Chairmanship of the African Union which meets for its 24th Summit at its birthplace in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, this week. ...

Given the smaller size of most of the plants in our manufacturing sector, compared to those found in highly industrialised nations, we can surely afford to do HMLV value addition, especially in the food processing sector. ...

President Mugabe and First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe at ZANU-PF‘s 6th National People’s Congress held in Harare, Zimbabwe recently While the 6th Zanu-PF National People’s Congress held in December 2014 will largely be remembered for far-reaching, fundamental and transformational changes to the top party leadership, ...

Dr Sikhanyiso Ndlovu It is sad and surprising that some members of our society are criticising Chief Magistrate Mishrod Guvamombe’s judgment on corporal punishment. ...

Garikai Mazara (EXTRA editor) On January 16, I posted on my blog the following remarks: “On a serious and sobering note, I think as a nation we are tired of the politics, we should now focus on our economy. ...

The people of Zimbabwe cannot be considered to be at fault when they look upon the President as responsible for making sure that the people are safe and secure. ...

Bishop Lazarus Let me try and localise what I am talking about here. If any local newspaper were to publish a cartoon defaming and offending Apostle Ezekiel Guti, Prophet Makandiwa, Prophet Angel, Prophet Magaya, Bishop Wutaunashe, Bishop Lazarus, Reverend Samuel Mutendi or Arch Bishop Paul Mwazha what would their followers do? ...

>> Farmers spend $1 000/ha, earn up to $6 000/ha >> Local inputs more expensive >> Govt need to subsidise The high costs of production in the agricultural sector are threatening to reverse the gains of the land reform programme, it has emerged. ...

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