Inmate sect members speak out..They’d rather die than seek medical attention
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Inmate sect members speak out..They’d rather die than seek medical attention

“That our children should not go to school and our sick to hospitals are not…

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Proposed salary cut torches storm
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Proposed salary cut torches storm

The proposal by Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) Commissioner-General, Mr Gershem Pasi, that civil servants’ incomes…

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Minister Nyoni’s  strategy finally complete
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Minister Nyoni’s strategy finally complete

Government has adopted a comprehensive micro, small and medium-sized enterprises strategy that will see all…

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AGRICULTURE: Lack of support hampers growth
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AGRICULTURE: Lack of support hampers growth

The absence of efficient agricultural marketing and export organisations is stalling the growth of farming…

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Judges: The good, the bad and the lazy
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Judges: The good, the bad and the lazy

The delivery of justice is essential in creating a prosperous society. Failure to deliver justice…

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ENVIRONMENT: Confronting elephant in the room
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ENVIRONMENT: Confronting elephant in the room

Wildlife conservation is a difficult task for any government as it battles intense poaching and…

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FARMING: Are our farmers just moaners?
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FARMING: Are our farmers just moaners?

>> Farmers spend $1 000/ha, earn up to $6 000/ha >> Local inputs more expensive…

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Banks still rejecting 99-year leases
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Banks still rejecting 99-year leases

Local banks and financial institutions are still refusing to take as collateral the 99-year lease…

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FALLING PROPERTY PRICES AN ILLUSION
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FALLING PROPERTY PRICES AN ILLUSION

Over the past few months, rentals for accommodation and the prices of housing properties have…

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The year 2014 in retrospect
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The year 2014 in retrospect

Edwin Mwase IN just less than a week, the curtain closes on the year 2014.…

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When small becomes big: SMEs look to the future with hope
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When small becomes big: SMEs look to the future with hope

The small and medium-sized enterprises sector has an opportunity to further dominate Zimbabwe’s economy in…

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Zimbabwe’s Graduates: Hoping against hope
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Zimbabwe’s Graduates: Hoping against hope

The relevance of the country’s education system in the face of current economic challenges has…

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Two decades of betrayal: NSSA 20 years of service
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Two decades of betrayal: NSSA 20 years of service

>> NSSA accused of making bad investment decisions, neglecting its fundamental mandate As the National…

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The undying Chimoio legacy
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The undying Chimoio legacy

The legacy left behind by over 3 000 freedom fighters and war collaborators who lost…

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E-waste: When technology bites back
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E-waste: When technology bites back

Authorities are taking for granted the threat posed by the continued influx of electronic waste…

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