EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zim: The most innocent nation
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zim: The most innocent nation

There are many idle minds around, and the Devil has his hands full in these…

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Editorial comment : An insurmountable legacy
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Editorial comment : An insurmountable legacy

A century has defined generations, and seven years short of a century, it is quite…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Why HE deserves many more happy years
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Why HE deserves many more happy years

The characteristics that set some men/women above others are well-defined by years of discipline, by…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Destination 2063, vision for Africa
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Destination 2063, vision for Africa

As we speak, African Heads of State are in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for the 28th…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zanu-pf: Beware of the Apollonian spirits
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Zanu-pf: Beware of the Apollonian spirits

SOON President Mugabe will be coming back from his annual holiday. Just wait and see…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Shining light on the bad ones
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Shining light on the bad ones

Sincerity is a virtue possessed by very few mortals. At the heart of this desirable attribute…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT:Fighting the feet of clay
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EDITORIAL COMMENT:Fighting the feet of clay

On Friday, President Mugabe told delegates to Zanu-PF’s 16th Annual National People’s Conference in Masvingo…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Masvingo: It can’t be business as usual
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Masvingo: It can’t be business as usual

FROM Tuesday to Saturday this week, Zanu-PF will be in Masvingo for the 16th Annual…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: RBZ: The devil is always in the detail
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: RBZ: The devil is always in the detail

Classical economists note that throughout the centuries, many commodities have been selected as money on…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: We should give ourselves a chance
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: We should give ourselves a chance

Bond notes are coming. That is the reality. That bond notes are coming need not…

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Editorial Comment : The ghosts of 2008 are gone
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Editorial Comment : The ghosts of 2008 are gone

Reserve Bank Governor Dr John Mangudya is in an unenviable position right now. He faces…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: A strange approach to corruption
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: A strange approach to corruption

Writing for Silicon Africa in August 2013, Mawuna Remarque Koutonin (“The New Rich in Africa!”)…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Making the invisible hand visible
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Making the invisible hand visible

“Call it whatever name you want but for politicians to retain their parliamentary seats they…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let’s not be distracted by President Khama
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Let’s not be distracted by President Khama

THE President of Botswana Mr Ian Khama was always going to talk rubbish. It’s in…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Exporting sincere  ignorance and conscientious stupidity
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Exporting sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity

The 67th United Nations General Assembly starts on Tuesday in New York and as has…

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