EDITORIAL COMMENT: The people will eat the rich
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: The people will eat the rich

Fyodor Dostoevsky’s exploration of moral agency in “Crime and Punishment” remains one of the most…

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COMMENT: Breaking the loop of repeated error
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COMMENT: Breaking the loop of repeated error

An intended consequence of the illegal Western sanctions on Zimbabwe is unemployment. Credit lines have…

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COMMENT: The caravan must move on
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COMMENT: The caravan must move on

Hardline views usually make for wonderful headlines and horrible outcomes. The wonderful headlines egg the hardliners…

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COMMENT: Money doesn’t talk, it swears
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COMMENT: Money doesn’t talk, it swears

When talking about music, the tendency is to focus on the songs listeners enjoy most.…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Vision, faith and belief
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Vision, faith and belief

Dr Stan Mudenge, the late national hero and Foreign Affairs Minister of Zimbabwe during one…

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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Snubbed by a burial society
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EDITORIAL COMMENT: Snubbed by a burial society

President Mugabe was “snubbed” by the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) which…

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COMMENT: Embracing  the rand
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COMMENT: Embracing the rand

“Our problems are man-made and can be solved by man.” Those are the words of…

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COMMENT: What will your verse be?
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COMMENT: What will your verse be?

Before his incarnation as a newspaper editor, Ruzvidzo Mupfudza (may his soul rest in peace)…

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COMMENT: With ‘intellectuals’ like these
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COMMENT: With ‘intellectuals’ like these

Zimbabwe’s political discourse is locked in a race to the bottom. With every passing week,…

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COMMENT: The graveyard  of ideas
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COMMENT: The graveyard of ideas

There are several versions of Ernesto “Che” Guevara’s last moments. One version, discredited by biographers…

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COMMENT: Bond coins: Let’s give ourselves a chance
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COMMENT: Bond coins: Let’s give ourselves a chance

OFTEN, when fear triumphs over expectation and hope, rationale thinking becomes the ultimate victim. 25,562 total…

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COMMENT: So far so good, but . . .
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COMMENT: So far so good, but . . .

When the clock strikes the midnight hour tonight, Zimbabwe will be turning 36-years-old. 18,532 total views,…

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COMMENT:The right tool in the wrong hands
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COMMENT:The right tool in the wrong hands

Almost every single thing that we come across in life has two distinct possibilities —…

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COMMENT: Indigenise, don’t shut down
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COMMENT: Indigenise, don’t shut down

On the pages of The Sunday Mail this week we carry several stories concerning the…

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COMMENT: If South  Korea did it . . .
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COMMENT: If South Korea did it . . .

In an August 2010 analysis, Imara Asset Management Zimbabwe’s Mr John Legat compared our consumerism…

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