Every little drop counts
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Every little drop counts

In July 2015, then Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa spent a few days in Belarus, along with…

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Understanding the new Cabinet
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Understanding the new Cabinet

The talk of town is the character, temperament and level of skills in President Emmerson…

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Doing it right for ourselves
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Doing it right for ourselves

President Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa was sworn into office last Friday. And already a few cynics…

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The marker has been laid
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The marker has been laid

“War is old men talking and young men dying.” 79,433 total views, 245 views today

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What game are retailers playing and for who?
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What game are retailers playing and for who?

For the last couple of years, Uganda has been choking from food prices that have…

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The cancer we  must focus on
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The cancer we must focus on

In the latest issue of Spectator magazine (October 28, 2017), Rod Little tackles the issue…

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Creating a land of upright people
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Creating a land of upright people

We are in Red October, a month soaked with the blood of martyrs. On October…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: An existential imperative for Zim
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: An existential imperative for Zim

The challenges Zimbabwe’s economy and people face require sobriety and dispassionate analysis in the hard…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: UN created to cause wars?
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: UN created to cause wars?

The world has a long way to go before global peace can be achieved, forgive…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Now is President Mugabe’s time
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Now is President Mugabe’s time

UP to this day, supporters of Hillary Clinton have not yet come to terms with…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: The people do not eat slogans and reforms
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: The people do not eat slogans and reforms

The opposition political parties in Zimbabwe never learn. Morgan Tsvangirai’s MDC-T was born a good…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: A destiny  cast in stone
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: A destiny cast in stone

The phrase “cast in stone” speaks of dreadful permanence, stultifying non-malleability, and crushing immovability. 49,321 total…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT:Zimbabwe: Where African pride resides
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EDITORIAL COMMENT:Zimbabwe: Where African pride resides

They say that a wise man, or woman, will only celebrate his or her achievements…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT:Kipling is smiling in his grave
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EDITORIAL COMMENT:Kipling is smiling in his grave

Back in February 2007, our sister newspaper The Southern Times ran a piece on Victoria…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: The graveyard of the indispensables
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: The graveyard of the indispensables

South African businessman and socialite Kenny Kunene is known more for his high-roller lifestyle than…

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