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The Sunday Mail

The Leading Family Newspaper in Zimbabwe

Prof. Jonathan Moyo The recent appointments of Vice-Presidents Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko have generated much debate. Of particular interest has been the succession issue and the rise of VP Mphoko, who — as a diplomat —had not been at the forefront of public politicking. ...

Bishop Lazarus I love Christmas. Which, being a Bishop, is probably stating the obvious. ...

I am one of the “fools” who enrolled to what is called the “Zimdolovers School of Thought,” whose headmaster, they say, is Tafataona Mahoso. ...

Tjenesani Ntungakwa After the Wankie and Spolilo campaigns of the late ‘60s, it became apparent that Rhodesia was at war. The boundaries shared by Rhodesia and her neighbours became porous conduits for guerrilla infiltration. ...

In governments, corporations, or even within families in households, there has to exist communal bonds of trust and responsibility for people of mutual interest to achieve their shared goals. ...

The Zhuwao Brief congratulates Cdes Emmerson Mnangagwa and Phelekezela Mphoko on their appointments by President Mugabe as the two Vice-Presidents of Zimbabwe after having been appointed as the VPs and Second Secretaries of ZANU-PF for their “skill, experience, probity, integrity and commitment to the party, its ideology, values, principles and policies” as required...

We applaud President Mugabe for being an exemplary father and husband who always holidays with his family. ...

Harmony Agere and Pamela Nyabadza – Extra Reporters “In these two leaders (Dr Joshua Nkomo and President Mugabe) we had people who had political foresight. During the unfortunate Gukurahundi period, we (Zipra) were well-armed and if unity was not achieved we were going to witness a lot of bloodshed.” ...

Sifelani Tsiko At kumusha, in our round hut thatched kitchens, it’s hard to look around and just breathe without feeling the smoke burning the eyes and throat. ...

For Africa, the tobacco story began when it was imported from America by the Portuguese. They brought it from their one-time South American colony, Brazil, to their settlements on the West African coast around the turn of the 17th Century. ...

US president Barack Obama has been nothing short of a huge let down for peoples of the Third World, and particularly Africa where his forbears have their bones. ...

Unity observance must be on both sides: that is why the Unity Accord was signed by Cde Nkomo and Cde Mugabe. ...

No one can doubt Dr Dumiso Dabengwa’s liberation war credentials. ...

Oscar Wilde, a man of dry wit and admirable turn of phrase, once wrote that the only thing more demoralising and more expensive than smoking was marriage. ...

COMMUNION with Bishop Lazarus I have said before that I quite enjoy the Book of Job, in particular chapter 41. ...

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