Zisco, Hwange: A comparative analysis
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Zisco, Hwange: A comparative analysis

The similarities between Zisco Steel (now New Zim Steel) and Hwange Colliery are just too…

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Finally, Hwange Colliery responds
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Finally, Hwange Colliery responds

A fortnight ago, we ran a special feature on Hwange Colliery Company and by the…

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SUNDAY DEBATE: Even if Cuthbert goes, what next?
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SUNDAY DEBATE: Even if Cuthbert goes, what next?

Since the news broke out around lunch-time on Thursday that Zimbabwe had been suspended from…

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SPECIAL REPORT: Hwange Colliery on fire – Corruption, Unpaid Hungry [with PICTURES]
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SPECIAL REPORT: Hwange Colliery on fire – Corruption, Unpaid Hungry [with PICTURES]

>> 19 months without pay >> Hunger stalks workers >> Corruption, cronyism rife That Hwange…

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SUNDAY MAIL EXCLUSIVE: The case against Hwange management
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SUNDAY MAIL EXCLUSIVE: The case against Hwange management

Hwange Colliery Company, with a primary listing on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange and also listed…

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NAMA 2015: The thrills and lows of NAMA
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NAMA 2015: The thrills and lows of NAMA

THE 14th edition of the National Arts Merit Awards (NAMA) was held last Saturday before…

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SUNDAY DEBATE: Wither the pavement economy
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SUNDAY DEBATE: Wither the pavement economy

 If we are to believe our city fathers, Harare will be a world-class city by…

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AND 60 years later…Tokwe-Mukosi roars into life
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AND 60 years later…Tokwe-Mukosi roars into life

The construction of Tokwe-Mukosi Dam (an adulteration of Tugwi and Mukosi) has, for a variety…

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FEATURE: Life not so rosy inside Chingwizi
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FEATURE: Life not so rosy inside Chingwizi

Isaac Museva remembers the days back in 1959 like it was just yesterday, and back…

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SUNDAY DEBATE with Mazara: Pardon us, Minister Chinamasa
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SUNDAY DEBATE with Mazara: Pardon us, Minister Chinamasa

Nothing really personal, Mr Minister, but you got some of us REALLY thinking this past…

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SUNDAY DEBATE with Mazara: Diaspora isn’t always greener
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SUNDAY DEBATE with Mazara: Diaspora isn’t always greener

Many of our Zimbabwean-based readers might have noticed that this past festive season, fewer people…

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“What is the Zimbabwean dream?”
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“What is the Zimbabwean dream?”

On January 16, I posted on my blog the following remarks: “On a serious and…

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2014 in retrospect
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2014 in retrospect

Are Magaya’s powers divine or secular?
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Are Magaya’s powers divine or secular?

You had to be there, and if you weren’t, then definitely you should not have…

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Is Macheso’s family dysfunctional?
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Is Macheso’s family dysfunctional?

It looks like this week we are burdened — yet again — with another case…

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