You can bank  on ED’s word
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You can bank on ED’s word

Illustrative graphs and tables are the staple of economists. That is why trusted news sources…

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Do well by doing good
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Do well by doing good

The big issue among some the “twitterati” — that chattering class that believes the world…

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There’s no room for cry babies
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There’s no room for cry babies

President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s Government last week indefinitely suspended some sections of Statutory Instrument 122 of…

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Just walk the straight and narrow
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Just walk the straight and narrow

In this week’s issue of The Sunday Mail, our columnist Richard Runyararo Mahomva handily reminds…

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ED must not spare the rod
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ED must not spare the rod

President Emmerson Mnangagwa says his administration views non-productive, speculative activities taking place in “dark markets”,…

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Echoes of African voices from the UN
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Echoes of African voices from the UN

When the 73rd Ordinary Session of the United Nations General Assembly wraps up in New…

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Cholera: All must play their part
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Cholera: All must play their part

The meteorologists tell us that the rainy season is around the corner. 52,116 total views, no…

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New Cabinet: The raison d’être
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New Cabinet: The raison d’être

Students of politics and philosophy will be familiar with Francis Bacon, who some call the…

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What will your verse be?
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What will your verse be?

Addressing Republican Party members on September 11, 1970, US Vice-President Spiro Agnew said: “In the…

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EDITORIAL C0MMENT: We won’t give you a fig leaf
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EDITORIAL C0MMENT: We won’t give you a fig leaf

It is not news that Cde Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa is being inaugurated today as President…

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When gods serve mere mortals
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When gods serve mere mortals

In a February 2017 article titled “The race to the political bottom”, Evan Solomon took…

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Putting an end to over-promotion
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Putting an end to over-promotion

It is our sincere hope that the next Government is formed with the “Peter Principle”…

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The ultimate public service
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The ultimate public service

Section 104 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe empowers the President of the Republic to appoint…

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After the votes are cast…
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After the votes are cast…

There shall be gnashing of teeth
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There shall be gnashing of teeth

The entire concept of elections is framed within laws and rules. 63,889 total views, no views…

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